Targets brown spots, hyperpigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles, broken capillaries, redness and stretch marks
What skin issues can IPL help to improve?
Intense Pulse Light (IPL) is a non-invasive skin treatment that uses IPL technology to help improve and reduce some of the most common skin complaints such as;
Age Spots / Sun Spots
Fine lines and wrinkles
Excessive Flushing / Redness
IPL Skin Rejuvenation is one of the most effective treatments for smoothing out the tone and texture of your skin and can help in treating rosacea, age spots, sun damage/spots, and general skin tone irregularities
IPL Consultation & Patch Test - £25.00
(Redeemable off your first treatment)
If your medical history and current well-being mean you are suitable for the treatment, a patch test can be carried out at the same appointment.
As we age we begin to notice our skin showing signs of time, sun damage and lifestyle choices. Rejuvenation offers a dramatic improvement to multiple conditions with little or no downtime. This is your opportunity to fade away those lines, erase pigmentation
and age spots to reveal younger, smoother & healthier-looking skin.
SINGLE SESSION: £75
FULL COURSE ( 5 + 1 FREE) £375
Acne rosacea can be very effectively treated with IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) laser technology. This is a very common condition, but there is no real treatment on the NHS. The condition is characterised by redness and flushing in the face, which can cause embarrassment for the patients affected. The IPL laser works by shrinking the blood vessels. Treatment is short, yet effective.
The IPL system is ideal for treating multiple aspects of acne as it releases a simple pulse, the wide range of light colours required to destroy the bacteria through-out the skin and control sebaceous activity.
IPL therapy uses intense beams of light attuned to a specific frequency emitted by a chilled sapphire tip. The beauty of IPL concerns the way the light minimizes any type of heat transfer outside of the skin. The chilled sapphire lens helps to ensure that only the light is emitted. This light stays non-reactive until it reaches the collagen deep beneath your skin. It reacts with the unique composition of the collagen layers to convert to heat, which in turn allows for loose collagen to be destroyed.
Once destroyed, the body begins the process of removing the collagen and reforming the underlying collagen substructure. During this process, which is called neo collagenesis, the collagen layers are reformed so that they are tighter and more efficient. This treats wrinkles and other lines that originate deep beneath the skin.
free! pre-D3 Advance cream SPF 50*
An advanced, lightweight, non-bleaching moisturising cream, designed for the daily care of all skin types throughout the year.
It effectively protects the skin from undesirable effects of sun exposure, radiation from artificial light sources (e.g. monitors, TVs) and free radicals.
Light-activated vitamin D3 precursor enables the synthesis of vitamin D3.
Ectoine protects cell membranes and the DNA from damage and supports the skins defensive properties against harmful external factors.
* only one Free Face Cream per Customer. Available when you buy minimum of 2 sessions.
Frequently asked questions
Can I have IPL Photo Facial?
What I need to do after the Treatment?
Is IPL Safe ?
IPL, like any treatment, can never be 100% safe, despite what others may tell you.
change in skin color
small risk of burning (similar to sunburn)
How to prepare for an IPL photofacial ?
How soon will I see the results?
You will start to see some improvement in your skin a week after each IPL Photorejuvenation treatment. The best results will be seen 3-5 months after your last treatment if having a course. Your results may vary after each treatment and usually each treatment you have will be a little stronger than the one before meaning the results will start to become more noticeable over time.
Is it Painfull ?
With technological advances IPL/lasers are generally well tolerated and described as mildly uncomfortable with certain treatment areas being more sensitive than others. It is often described as the sensation of a rubber band being flicked against the skin.