What Is An IPL PhotoFacial?
Individuals who struggle with hyperpigmentation or sun damage can find relief from these conditions through intense pulsed light (IPL) treatments at Everest Medspa. A photofacial with IPL is a rejuvenating treatment that uses high frequency energy pulses to initiate natural healing processes and increase collagen production. Our Havertown, PA team, led by Xiaobin Li, M.D., uses Harmony XL PRO technology from Alma to carry out IPL treatments. Call us today to schedule a consultation!
"02/16/2022 The Harmony device with Dye-VL treats my multiple facial issues, Hyperpigmentation treatment, Acne and Acne Scar and wrinkles. Very satisfied with this device. Staffs and services are professional."- K.M. / Google / Feb 16, 2022
"02/16/2022 The Harmony device with Dye-VL treats my multiple facial issues, Hyperpigmentation treatment, Acne and Acne Scar and wrinkles. Very satisfied with this device. Staffs and services are professional."- K.M. / Google / Feb 19, 2022
"Love this place. It’s my second time for IPL and dark spot treatment. My skin becomes much better 2 weeks after my first treatment. I used to have allergy on my face in springs, but it’s much better after my first treatment."- ?. / Google / Mar 23, 2022
How much does IPL cost?
Your skin is unique, so your cost for a photofacial will vary based on your personal needs. Everest Medspa runs specials on treatments like IPL therapy from time to time, and we take a range of convenient payment options. During your initial consultation, Dr. Li recommend the number of sessions necessary to achieve your goals, and we can adjust your treatment program as needed to give you the best results with the best savings.
How quick are the results from IPL?
Visible skin improvements can generally be experienced after your treatment with Harmony XL Pro IPL technology, but the best results are apparent around one month after your last treatment. It's also often most effective to undertake several rounds of treatment to provide longer-lasting outcomes. After each session, you should see a gradual fading of red spots, blotches, and other blemishes.
What are the possible side effects of IPL?
You may notice some minor, temporary side effects, such as redness, swelling, or blisters. This should dissipate within a few days. Your skin will be sun-sensitive, and excessive exposure to UV rays will impact your results, so make sure to wear sunscreen to avoid damage!