IPL Photorejuvenation

IPL Photorejuvenation, or skin rejuvenation, is a non-invasive treatment which uses Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) to help reduce the appearance of acne, rosacea, age spots, and thread veins.

Clinician performing an IPL photorejuvenation facial to treat skin redness.

What Is IPL Photorejuvenation?

IPL Skin Rejuvenation therapy uses pulses of light to destroy any unwanted pigments that cause conditions such as redness and age spots. The heat from this light carefully removes any dead cells and bacteria from your skin, leaving you with a smoother, brighter, and more even skin tone.

What Does IPL Treatment Involve?

IPL Photorejuvenation uses a laser to pulse through the skin’s surface, targeting a specific area that’s causing the change in your skin’s appearance. The laser ensures the pigment breaks down into smaller, more manageable pieces, before rising up to the surface and breaking away as part of the natural healing process.

IPL Photorejuvenation For Acne And Rosacea

To treat skin redness and acne, IPL Photorejuvenation targets the blood vessels underneath the skin’s outer layer. This allows the body to break down the damaged tissue and form new cells for a more brighter and rejuvenated skin. IPL is also really effective at killing the bacteria that lives underneath the skin, preventing it from causing further breakouts and inflammation.

Is IPL Photorejuvenation Permanent?

Results from our IPL treatments last a long time, but it unfortunately can’t prevent future flare-ups and blemishes. That’s down to keeping a dedicated skincare regime, which is something we can also help with.

As with all skin care treatments the best results are achieved over time. Therefore we would always suggest a course of treatments to achieve long lasting results. We usually recommend a course of 4 – 6 treatments every 3-4 weeks, alongside correct home care products.

“We use Skinceuticals, Medik8 and Obagi skin care in all of our facial treatments. So you know we are using the best products for your particular skin needs.”

The Grand Team