IPL Photofacials Maple Ridge
IPL photofacials offer effective results to patients experiencing dark spots and other skin discolorations such as spider veins and rosacea.
About IPL Photofacials
Dark spots are not just a very common sign of premature aging but also a form of skin damage, and spider veins and port wine stains can be caused by exposure to UV rays.
With IPL Photofacials at Highland Spa in Maple Ridge, patients can achieve visible results and rejuvenated facial skin. This treatment works by targeting pigment in the skin, resulting in a younger-looking complexion.
The Positive Results
About Venus Versa for IPL Photofacials
Our team uses the Venus Versa IPL device to maximize results. The device comes with a cooling system to keep patients comfortable during each session as well as to protect their skin.
There are also added safety features to ensure that each patient will receive safe, effective treatments. Furthermore, the Venus Versa is customizable. This means that our experts can customize each treatment to suit your skin type for optimal results.
An IPL Photofacial is a non-invasive skin treatment that uses intense pulsed light (IPL) to address various skin imperfections, rejuvenate the skin, and stimulate collagen production.
The Venus Versa IPL system offers advanced technology with precise light delivery, ensuring more consistent results. It’s known for its versatility, safety, and effectiveness in addressing multiple skin concerns.
While many clients notice improvement after just one session, typically 3-5 treatments spaced a month apart are recommended for optimal results. The exact number can vary based on individual skin concerns.
Generally, IPL Photofacials come with minimal downtime. Some redness or sensitivity might occur immediately post-treatment but usually subsides within a day. It’s crucial to avoid direct sun exposure and use sunscreen post-treatment.
Clients often describe a slight stinging sensation, similar to the snap of a rubber band against the skin. The Venus Versa system may have cooling features that enhance comfort during the procedure.
The duration depends on the treatment area but typically, an IPL Photofacial can take anywhere from 20 minutes to an hour.
Individuals with sun damage, redness, hyperpigmentation, and certain age-related skin concerns can benefit. However, it’s essential to consult with a practitioner, as IPL might not be suitable for all skin types or tones.
Avoid sun exposure, tanning beds, and self-tanners for at least 2-4 weeks before treatment. It’s also recommended to avoid certain medications or products that increase skin sensitivity.