Here are the most common photorejuvenation questions and answers. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have anymore questions!
How does Lumenis IPL Photorejuvenation work?
Lumenis Photorejuvenation uses Optimal Pulse Technology (OPT™). This technology creates customized treatment methods based to your personal skin type and desired results. Light pulses enter the skin and creates heat. Then, it targets skin concerns in a controlled mway. Next, the body naturally removes the treated skin tissue. At the same time, collagen and elastic fiber develops. As a result, you’ll see a visible improvement to your skin tone and appearance.
What can I expect during a photorejuvenation treatment?
First, we’ll apply a cooling gel to the treatment area. You may experience a warm feeling when the light is applied to the skin. However, the treatment is gentle, and you should not feel uncomfortable. You can expect the session to last 15 to 30 minutes, depending on what’s being treated.
How safe is IPL technology?
Lumenis IPL Photorejuvenation is FDA cleared. It was developed by a leader in aesthetic medicine. Also, it’s trusted by medical professionals around the world. Furthermore, Lumenis clinical reviews prove it’s effectiveness and safety.
What can I expect after treatment?
Immediately following treatment, you may experience some redness. However, the redness should disappear within a few hours. In most cases, you can apply makeup right afterwards. Plus, you can go back to all daily activities on the same day. An important note, you should stay out of direct sunlight for a few days and apply sunscreen.
When will I see results?
Photorejuvenation removes imperfections and boosts collagen and elastin production over several treatments. Skin concerns such as shallow pigmentation, age spots and sun spots may clear in as few as one to two treatments. On average, we recommend two to six sessions every two to four weeks for the best results.