known as Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)
A clear complexion is something many people want, but even with the most meticulous skincare regimen, blemish-free skin can be difficult to achieve. Photo Rejuvenation, which uses Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) technology, can help reduce the appearance of some of the most common skin woes, including brown spots, melasma, broken capillaries and sun spots. This minimally invasive skin procedure can also treat signs of aging such as wrinkles or age spots. There’s very little recovery time and few side effects, making it a popular procedure.
When to Consider IPL / Photorejuvenation
- If you want to improve the look of your skin without undergoing a full surgical procedure
- If you have redness, brown spots or scarring on your skin
- If you would like to reduce pore size, fine wrinkles and improve skin texture
- Little to no downtime
- Relatively long-lasting improvements in skin quality and texture can be achieved
- Can be performed anywhere on the body
- Several treatments may be required before full effects are seen
- Not as effective for tanned or darker skin
- Must stay out of the sun after each treatment
These are the top three pros and cons to weigh when considering IPL / photo rejuvenation. If you want to focus on what is unique to you, please consult with your aesthetic plastic surgeon.