Get Younger Looking Skin with IPL

Who doesn't want younger looking skin? Are you looking for a quick and relatively painless way to reverse the signs of sun damage from summers past? Would you also like to rejuvenate the skin, leaving it younger looking with a radiant complexion? At SkinSpirit, we have just the answer for you. It’s called IPL/Intense Pulsed Light.

A closer look at IPL

In just thirty minutes, this light-based, non-laser treatment seeks out melanin in the skin and breaks up unwanted pigment, leaving behind less visible discoloration on the surface of the skin. IPL is used to erase freckles and brown spots on the face, chest, back of the hand and forearms. IPL can also help reduce the look of vascular troubles, such as rosacea and broken capillaries, while leaving the surface of the skin unharmed.

Most clients will notice a difference after their first IPL treatment. The real magic happens after receiving three to five IPL treatments, where discoloration in the skin is lightened dramatically and skin color and tone is evened out. IPL can also stimulate collagen production in the skin, which leads to an overall rejuvenation and improvement in the skin’s texture. Clients typically report that their skin looks younger and tighter after treatment.

Since IPL is able to cover a large area during a single treatment, treatments are incredibly effective with minimal downtime.

Want to see if you’re a good candidate for IPL?

We recommend coming in for a complimentary consultation with one of our experts. Click here to schedule your complimentary consultation at one of our California, Texas, or Washington locations.

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