Short bursts of intense light are used in the IPL Photofacial procedure to create the appearance of younger, more vibrant, and more uniformly toned skin. This anti-aging, skin-rejuvenating, sun-damage-reversing procedure seems almost magical when it requires no surgery and has a short recovery time.
IPL is light converted into heat to target pigment. After treatment, the damaged tissue will be removed naturally by the body. Our IPL device at Alma MedSpa in St.Peter, Missouri, has four filters to treat concerns such as pigmented lesions, vascular blemishes, hair removal, and acne. Our team of experts provides the best IPL treatment in St.Peters, where all your needs are met with one fantastic device.
- Avoid sunlight before treatment.
- Delay in treatments if the skin is recently tanned.
- Avoid light-sensitive drugs
- Treatments typically last 30–60 minutes.
- IPL Photofacial treatment uses short bursts of high-intensity light to firm, even, and rejuvenate skin.
- The treatment may cause redness and swelling. Normal reaction.
- Treatment may cause skin warmth and moderate discomfort.
- Avoid scents, exfoliants, and harsh scrubbing after treatment.
- An ice pack should relieve post-treatment sunburn.
- Wrinkles and Age Spots
- sunlight harm
- spider veins
- visible facial blood vessel ruptures
- Body hair includes facial, neck, chest, armpit, leg, and bikini line hair.
- It can treat many bodily parts.
- Complements other non-surgical procedures.
- Offers quick, deep rejuvenation.
- Simple and easy to use
- Pretty reasonable
- Get rid of unwelcome hair
- Healing sunburns and other skin damage.
- IPL decreases brown spots from sun damage revealing brighter, youthful skin.
- It kills harmful bacteria that cause acne
- Targets redness in the skin, revealing more radiant, youthful skin
- The recommended number of treatments is usually 3, once a month
- Sessions vary per person depending on skin needs.
The back of the hands, the chest, and the face are all areas that receive treatment. These spots are constantly subjected to the sun's harmful rays.
This method is mild, harmless, and non-invasive. Although everyone has a different pain threshold, a local anesthetic is frequently unnecessary.
Spending time in the sun or using a tanning bed is not a good idea. You should seek a doctor's advice before discontinuing any drug that increases your sensitivity to light. We will go through everything you need to know for a safe and successful operation during your initial appointment.
Your skin and hopes for its appearance will determine how often you'll need treatments. We'll develop a unique treatment plan based on your needs and preferences.
After treatment, the affected area may appear slightly pink or red and feel somewhat sunburned for a short time. It should fade away within a few hours. A few days following treatment, your skin will show signs of improvement. It normally takes a week and two weeks for sunspots, age spots, and ruptured blood vessels to start healing.