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It's NOT that INTENSE

IPL aka INTENSE Pulsed Light ... doesn't feel intense anyway- but it gives you intense RESULTS!


Is IPL safe?

Advanced light systems have been used safely on millions of patients of all ages worldwide. IPL treat only targeted areas, leaving the surrounding skin untouched. We use the highly trusted Syneron laser technology for optimal safety, comfort and results.

What areas can be treated?

IPL Skin Rejuvenation treatments are effective for improving the signs of aging and appearance of skin anywhere on the body—face, neck, hands, décolleté (chest), shoulders, arms and legs.

Is IPL painful?

Our IPL system is a comfortable, non-ablative, noninvasive treatment. Unlike laser treatments it does not wound the skin. Typically, patients describe the treatment as a gentle warming of the skin’s surface.

What should I expect after the treatment?

Immediately after the treatment you will experience some minor redness. The redness typically lasts only a few hours. You can expect to immediately return to normal activities utilizing our complimentary sunscreen and mineral application. Many clients also report feeling immediate skin tightness.

What advantages do IPL skin rejuvenation treatments have over other treatments?

Laser resurfacing and deep chemical peels often send patients into hiding as

they wait for redness and swelling to subside. Recovery for these procedures can be days and sometimes weeks. Face lifts and other surgical procedures are far too invasive for younger patients and those who simply want to revitalize their appearance without recovery downtime.


Our IPL's are easily done on a lunch break, often without very visible signs of a treatment. Our clients return to work or play immediately after their service.

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