Get radiant skin by clearing unwanted pigment and blood vessels.
A Photo Facial treatment helps clear undesirable pigment and vessels from your skin, revealing clearer skin that you’ll be proud to show off. Photo rejuvenation or a Photo Facial is a nonsurgical approach to skin renewal that can transform your looks for the better—and it lets you return to your normal activities right away. Pulses of light make all the difference, because they target pigment and vessels in your skin without harming surrounding tissue. The result? You feel little to no discomfort during the procedure and your skin can look and feel better than ever. Get started today by contacting us at (267) 388-0300.
Photo Facials (IPL) Treats the Following:
Sun spots • Age spots • Rosacea • Spider veins Capillaries • And more!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
What types of results can I expect with a Photo Facial?
You can expect to see a decrease in the appearance of skin pigment and vessels for a more even skin tone.
How does a Photo Facial work?
During treatment, an optimized light device is used to deliver energy into your skin, targeting vascular and pigmented lesions, which slowly disappear as your body’s natural healing process progresses.
How long does a Photo Facial treatment take?
The photorejuvenation procedure can be performed in as little as 30 minutes, depending on the size of the treatment area.
How many treatments will I need?
You can see some improvement immediately. Only one or two treatments may be needed; depending on the severity of your conditions, several treatments may be necessary to achieve your best results.
Does a Photo Facial hurt?
Most people feel little to no discomfort during the procedure.
How quickly will I recover from a Photo Facial?
You can resume regular daily activities right away and start to see some improvement immediately.
What can I expect following the Photo Facial treatment?
Typically, most people experience a mild, sunburn-like sensation, possibly accompanied by some minor swelling, immediately following the treatment. This usually lasts two to 24 hours. Ask your provider to discuss other possible side effects and the necessary post-treatment care with you.