Skin Sensations | iPL Skin Rejuvenation



IPL How Does It WorkHow Does IPL Work?

IPL Skin rejuvenation can treat a variety of benign skin conditions.

The broad spectrum of light used in IPL Skin Rejuvenation treatments is absorbed by the target tissue, and is then removed by the body’s natural processes, providing dramatic improvements in the appearance of age spots, sun spots, sun damage, freckles, rosacea and more.

Is IPL laser treatment right for you?

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Fitzpatrick Skin Type Scale

The Fitzpatrick Skin Type Scale is a popular skin type classification system. It measures the skin’s tolerance to sunlight - specifically, the skin’s tendency to tan or burn.

The Fitzpatrick Scale is used by dermatologists, aestheticians, and scientists to determine potential reactions to products or treatment procedures.

There are 6 Fitzpatrick skin types. The chart below shows those 6 types along with three additional characteristics of skin: Skin Cancer risk, Hyperpigmentation risk, and Scarring risk.

Can you identify which type you are?

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IPL Skin Rejuvenation

Does IPL work? There arIPL Skin Rejuvenation Aboute over 60 different models of IPL machines currently in operation in Australia. However only 6 of these models are actually approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). The TGA is the governing body in Australia that sets out guidelines and safety practices which we must abide by to ensure all safety aspects are met. IPL machines range anywhere from $5000 to $200,000 to purchase, and it is important to note that you are paying for high quality IPL therapy, which in turn will have a bearing on your safety and ultimately the end result of the treatment. So in answer to your question Does IPL work? The answer is YES! You need to choose the provider of your IPL treatments carefully.

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IPL Before and After








IPL Skin Rejuvenation Before & After

  • Improves rosacea and mottled pigmentation and small red vessels
  • Reduces sun spots, age spots, freckles and sun damage
  • Stimulates collagen formation
Visible Improvements

In just 3 treatments we have helped our client reduce Enlarged Pores, Raised Capillaries, Rosacea, Aged Spots and Sun Damage. The IPL Photo Rejuvenation Treatments have also helped improve the skins texture and firmness.

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IPL wow facial









The IPL Skin Rejuvenation Facial

The IPL Skin Rejuvenation Facial will change your appearance in just one treatment, with its groundbreaking technology there isn't anything that comes close.
It reduces skin pigmentation, sun damaged skin, broken capillaries, age spots and freckles, as well as helping improve fine lines and open pores. Although you will start to see results after just one treatment, we recommend a course of six treatments for optimal results.
Removal of broken capillaries. Lightens or removes pigmentation. Lightening freckles and brown spots. Clearer complexion. Brighter smoother skin. Plumper healthier looking skin,. Helps to smooth open pores and refine texture
The WOW IPL Skin Rejuvenation facial treats sun damaged skin broken capillaries, Rosacea, redness, freckles, ageing, brown age spots and unwanted dark hair.

Laser vs IPL which is best?

Do you know the difference between IPL and laser? Most people don’t, and even a lot of professionals think they’re the same. They’re actually quite different, in terms of what they can do to your skin and their associated risks.

Light devices are very confusing. I think that’s partly because they appear to do more or less the same thing if you believe all the marketing claims! And perhaps it’s because light physics isn’t an easy subject to grasp.

There’s a lot of confusion over what these devices are used for and how they stack up against one other.

Why is one type of device preferred over another? 

This is a big topic! I will try to help you answer these questions. But first, I think what would be helpful is to lay out some basic background before diving into the pros and cons of different treatments. That way, you will be better prepared to ask the right questions and have more realistic expectations. 

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