Intense Pulsed Light

Photo-Ready Skin Every Day with IPL Treatments

Intense Pulsed Light treatment is a fast, yet gentle treatment that visibly improves pigmentation, age/sun spots, broken capillaries and overall skin appearance by stimulating collagen and elastic fiber production.

Isabelle David MHCPC, MCSP, MAACP

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What Is IPL Treatment?

The Stellar M22 Photorejuventation treatment enables your physician to offer you remarkable results on a range of skin concerns such as age and sun spots, freckles, birthmarks, rosacea and broken capillaries. Our unique  IPL technology gently and effectively eliminates spots, discolorations, and unwanted blood vessels.

Stellar M22 treatments are not suitable for everyone, and may carry some risks. Photorejuvenation is not suitable when you have active infections, viral, fungal, or bacterial diseases, inflammatory skin conditions, or skin cancer. Risks may include: redness, swelling, scarring or a change of pigmentation. Be sure to consult with your treatment provider before choosing this treatment.

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What Should I Expect?

IPL treatment works with your skin to remove your imperfections and stimulate collagen and elastic fiber production over a sequence of treatments. Some skin concerns such as shallow pigmentation and age/sun spots can be cleared with as few as 1-2 treatments. Typically 2-6 sessions, with 2-4 weeks in between, are required to achieve optimal results for most skin concerns.

Immediately following treatment, you may experience some redness, depending on your customized treatment settings. The redness will usually disappear within a few hours. In most cases, makeup may be immediately applied, and daily activities can be resumed the very same day. Typically your physician should advise to stay out of direct sun for a few weeks following treatment, and to always apply sun screen.

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