IPL is a non-invasive light treatment for many undesirable skin imperfections.
Stop Concealing Your Skin's Imperfections
With laser skin renewal you can treat many undesirable skin imperfections on your face and body. By targeting sun damage, brown spots and fine lines, this technology provides you with clear results and beautiful looking skin. IPL is highly effective for improving the appearance of aging skin. It has become one of the most popular cosmetic procedures.
Get the glowing results you desire:
- Reverse the signs of sun damage
- Reduce uneven skin tone and rosacea
- Remove unwanted facial veins
Unveil your radiance by improving the appearance of:
- Age spots and brown spots
- Sun damage
- Fine lines
What type of result can I expect?
Expect to see a decrease in the appearance of brown spots and vessels for a more even skin tone. You will see some improvement immediately followed by continued improvement over time.
How long does the treatment take?
The treatment can be performed in under 30 minutes depending on the size of the area.
When can I resume my daily activities?
Typically, there is no downtime and you can return to your daily activities immediately following the treatment.
How many treatments will I need?
Typically, only a few treatments are needed however depending on the condition, several treatments may be required to achieve desired results.
What can I expect following the treatment?
Most people experience a mild, sun-burn like sensation, possibly accompanied by some minor swelling, immediately following the treatment. This usually lasts 2 to 24 hours. Speak with your Dermatologist to discuss other possible side-effects and the necessary post-treatment care.
What Does IPL mean?
IPL stands for Intense pulsed light which is a non-invasive treatment that uses high intensity pulses of visible light to treat a variety of skin conditions.
IPL therapy is referred to as a “non-ablative” resurfacing technique because it affects the lower layers of skin (dermis) without damaging the upper layers of skin (epidermis).
IPL systems produce light with many wavelengths, unlike lasers which produce light of just one wavelength. Filters may be used to refine the emitted light to target specific tissues. The light emitted by IPL is absorbed by pigments in the skin cells and converted to heat, which impacts the targeted tissue.
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Dr. Kechichian is ready to help you with your skin health, with office locations in the Santa Clarita and Antelope Valley. Contact us now