Intense Pulse Light (IPL) Photofacial
Many non-invasive treatments are being developed for treating sun-damaged or aged skin. Among the most popular of these are Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) photofacial treatments. Also called photorejuvenation, IPL treatments can help to erase sun damage, age spots, enlarged pores, spider veins, rosacea and irregular skin pigmentation. Dr. Ben Talei and his staff at the Beverly Hills Center for Plastic & Laser Surgery can perform IPL photofacial treatments to erase the signs of wear and aging from your skin.
Photorejuvenation, sometimes called a “photofacial,” erases damage without disrupting the surface of your skin. At the same time, IPL treatments improve your overall complexion, including the texture and tone. Many Beverly Hills patients are choosing the IPL photofacial because it is quick, painless and requires absolutely no downtime. Sessions last less than one hour and you can immediately resume your busy schedule with no side effects.
Beverly Hills Photo Rejuvenation
During your IPL treatment at the Beverly Hills Center, you will rest comfortably while the IPL wand is gently applied to your skin. Most patients report only a slight stinging sensation. To offset this, your technician may apply a cold gel or topical anesthetic. The typical IPL treatment regimen includes four to six sessions spaced about three weeks apart. This allows your skin to rejuvenate gradually and safely. Your long-term improvements can last for years before maintenance treatments are needed.
Dr. Talei and the staff of the Beverly Hills Center for Plastic & Laser Surgery are committed to providing the most advanced forms of skin health and rejuvenation for our patients. Your IPL treatment schedule will be specifically created to treat your unique skincare needs, including UV sun damage, after a comprehensive exam and consultation. Look younger and more vibrant in your own rejuvenated skin with intense pulsed light photofacial treatments from the Beverly Hills Center. Call or schedule a consultation online today.