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IPL photofacial is a non-invasive skin treatment that uses pulses of intense light to address issues like sun damage, age spots, and broken blood vessels.


By stimulating collagen production, it rejuvenates the skin's appearance. The procedure is popular for its minimal downtime but may require multiple sessions for the best results. 

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IPL, or Intense Pulsed Light, is a versatile and non-invasive technology used in cosmetic and medical treatments. It operates by emitting broad-spectrum light pulses that target specific chromophores in the skin, such as melanin (for pigmentation issues) and hemoglobin (for blood vessels). This targeted approach allows IPL to effectively treat a range of skin concerns like sun damage, age spots, redness, and more.

The technology's principle lies in selective photothermolysis, where controlled pulses of light are absorbed by the targeted chromophores, heating them and ultimately causing their destruction. The body's natural healing processes then remove these damaged cells, leading to clearer and rejuvenated skin. One of the key advantages of IPL is its adaptability; by adjusting the wavelengths and pulse durations, practitioners can customize treatments to suit different skin types and concerns.

IPL's versatility and relatively minimal downtime have made it a popular choice for individuals seeking skin rejuvenation without resorting to more invasive procedures. However, due to the complexity of the technology and potential risks, it's crucial for treatments to be administered by trained professionals who can tailor the settings to each individual's unique needs.


Duration                              45-60 mins

Recommended Sessions      3 sessions 

Sessions Interval                 3-4 weeks                            


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  • Stimulates collagen for youthful appearance

  • Fades sunspots, age spots, and uneven tone

  • Enhances skin's firmness and elasticity

  • Helps restore skin from sun exposure


  • Reduce vascular lesions

  • Non-invasive, minimum-to-no downtime






Vascular Lesions


Collagen Boost


Dull Skin


After an IPL photofacial, it's normal to experience some immediate skin reactions. Often, there might be a mild sunburn-like sensation, along with some redness and swelling, which usually subsides within a few hours to a day. Brown spots or pigmented areas that were treated may appear darker initially before gradually fading over the course of a week or two. It's crucial to avoid direct sun exposure and apply sunscreen diligently to protect the healing skin.

Over the following days, the treated areas might feel slightly rough as the pigmented spots begin to slough off. Some individuals might notice a mild flaking or peeling, similar to the aftermath of a light exfoliation. Makeup can usually be applied after the initial redness subsides, but it's advisable to use gentle skincare products and avoid any harsh treatments until the skin fully recovers.

Overall, the skin's appearance typically improves over a span of a few weeks as the collagen production is stimulated, contributing to a more even tone and smoother texture. While immediate results can be seen, the full benefits of an IPL photofacial usually become evident after a series of sessions spaced a few weeks apart. It's important to closely follow the post-treatment care instructions provided by the practitioner to ensure the best outcome.


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