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IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) treatment can also be used to target and treat various forms of pigmentation on the skin. IPL pigmentation treatment is effective in reducing the appearance of sunspots, age spots, freckles, and other types of hyperpigmentation.


During an IPL pigmentation treatment, the device emits intense pulses of light that are absorbed by the excess melanin in the skin. The light energy breaks down the pigmented cells, which are then naturally eliminated by the body's immune system. Over time, the treated areas fade, resulting in a more even skin tone.


The number of IPL pigmentation treatment sessions required depends on the severity and type of pigmentation, as well as individual response to the treatment. Most people require multiple sessions, typically spaced 4 weeks apart, to achieve optimal results. The procedure is generally well-tolerated, with minimal discomfort and downtime. Some individuals may experience temporary redness, swelling, or darkening of the treated areas, but these side effects usually resolve within a few days to a week.


It is important to note that IPL pigmentation treatment may not be suitable for everyone. Individuals with certain medical conditions, skin types, or medications may not be candidates for this treatment. It is crucial to have a consultation first to assess your suitability for IPL pigmentation treatment and discuss any potential risks or complications.


Overall, IPL pigmentation treatment is an effective and non-invasive option for reducing the appearance of various types of pigmentation. It can help improve the overall complexion, resulting in a more youthful and radiant skin appearance. However, it is essential to follow proper sun protection measures and maintain a good skincare routine to prevent the recurrence of pigmentation after treatment.


After payment is received, we will contact you to arrange the appointment. All new clients will need a complementary test patch one week before full treatment.

IPL Pigmentation

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