Intense Pulse Light Photo Facial

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) treatment can harness the power of light to address and correct an array of skin pigmentation issues. Sometimes referred to as Fotofacial or Photofacial, IPL is also used to treat acne-prone skin. IPL Photo Facial is an intense pulsed light treatment that effectively treats men and women to remove brown spots and sun damage. IPL skin rejuvenation can improve uneven skin tone and signs of sun damage can be reversed in as little as 1-4 treatments, leaving you with youthful, even-toned skin. Treatments gently reduce excess pigmentation on sun exposed areas of the body including the face, neck, chest, back, hands, and arms. In addition to treating brown spots this light source treats redness, broken blood vessels, shrinks pore size, tightens skin, and can help with acne and rosacea. According to Stanford Medical University, the long-term effects of Photofacial actually reverse the signs of aging.

Skin Rejuvenation: Photo-rejuvenation targets skin cells by coagulation and necrosis of dermal and epidermal layers. The body naturally responds to this by creating new cells causing an overall skin renewal to the treatment area.

Pigmentation Reduction: The pigmented lesion contains high concentrations of melanocytes. The light absorbed in the lesion creates a controlled burn localized to the target which peels away along with the spot a few days after treatment leaving an even skin tone.

Vascular treatment: Targeting the epidermal and dermal layers, light heats the target blood vessels, causing coagulation of specific proteins in blood vessels, and in turn leading the body to naturally remove them.

What is IPL used to treat?

IPL can be used to rejuvenate the appearance of your skin and address a wide variety of skin conditions, including:

  • Uneven skin tone

  • Freckles

  • Brown or red spots

  • Broken blood vessels

  • Spider veins

  • Birthmarks

  • Sunspots

  • Fine wrinkles

In addition, IPL can eliminate the bacteria that lead to acne, helping to clear up acne-prone skin.

Viora PCR™ takes full advantage of adjustable pulse types and duration in order to perform an array of treatments. Talk to your practitioner today to find out how Viora’s exciting, proprietary technology can give you long term, life changing results!

FAQ

What skin types are treatable?

Due to Viora’s advanced PCRTM technology, all skin types can be treated.

Do treatments hurt?

With Viora’s contact cooling system, that provides cooling before, during and after each pulse, our light technology treatments provide the most comfortable experiences possible.

How long do treatments take?

Viora’s PCRTM technology includes variable pulse configurations, enabling rapid treatments, among the fastest in the industry. Exact treatment time can range between 5 to 40 minutes, depending upon the specific application, each individual patient’s condition, and the specific area that is being targeted for treatment.

When will I see results?

While each person is different, results for light technology treatments can be seen after the first session.

How many treatment sessions will I need?

Typically, the number of treatment sessions range from 1-10 treatments, depending upon the actual application needed, and each patient. Please consult with your practitioner to better understand your individual needs.

How long do the results last?

Although in some skin conditions maintenance is not required, in other one maintenance session is generally recommended every 3-6 months. Your practitioner can advice the best interval time, for your specific need

Important to Note:

A Photo Facial cannot be performed on skin that is tan or burned from sun exposure. Self-tanner should not be used 2 weeks prior to your Photo Facial treatment. Discontinue the use of any topical prescription medications 7 days before treatment.  For example, Retin-A, Trilumen, Differin, etc.

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