IPL Photo Facial | Knoxville, TN
Treat Sun Spots, Acne, Age Spots, Freckles, Rosacea, Vascular Legions, and Just About Any Other Blemish!
Remove Age Spots
What can be treated with a photo facial?
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What Is An IPL Photo Facial?
An IPL = Intense Pulsed Light = a Photo Facial. The terms IPL and Photo Facial are interchangeable.
An IPL treatment uses the power of broadband light to improve the appearance of sun spots, rosacea, age spots, and skin texture. The treatment can also be used for dermatologic diseases like acne. In acne, the photo therapy helps kill bacteria and is very effective in a series. It is a popular treatment because its effective, affordable, and non-invasive.
What Do IPL Procedures Do For Your Skin?
A handheld device is passed across the skin delivering pulses of broad spectrum light to the deep layers of the skin. It uses light to effect the skin on a molecular level, so there is no need to incisions or injections. It targets certain skin conditions by using a flash of light to send out broad wavelengths of light.
What is the healing time after an IPL treatment?
- For freckles and age spots, it is normal for the spots to look darker for 3-7 days.
- Crusting can occur, which may last up to ten days.
- Rarely, there is bruising, which can take up to two weeks to heal.
- Make up can be applied right after, but gently.
How much does an IPL treatment cost?
The cost is variable. On average the cost can range from $600 to $1,200 depending on the condition and the size of the area being treated. It is important to note that because IPL is considered a cosmetic procedure, most health insurance plans will not cover the cost.
Is it painful?
IPL treatments should not be painful when done correctly.
How to get the best results with IPL treatments?
- Good skin care products.
- Oil Control
- Retinol products
See us at RMD to assist you in choosing products right for you to sustain the results you get from your aesthetic procedures.
Your skin turns over every 28 days, so it matters how you take care of the skin cells.