Lumenis M22 IPL | DeRosa Clinic

DeRosa Clinic Facial Aesthetics

617.262.8000

Newbury Street, Boston

Palm Beach, Florida

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Lumenis M22 IPL 

Lumenis M22 Intense Pulse Light (IPL)

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) technology gently and effectively eliminates age and sun spots, freckles, birthmarks, rosacea and broken capillaries.

•Visible improvement for pigmentation age/sun spots, broken capillaries and overall skin appearance.

• A gentle treatment that removes skin imperfections and stimulates collagen and elastic fiber production.

• A fast “lunch-time” treatment with no downtime.

 

How does it work?

 Light pulses penetrate the tissue and create heat, targeting the skin imperfection in a controlled manner. The body‘s natural process then removes the treated tissue, while collagen and elastic fiber stimulation occurs, resulting in a visible improvement in skin tone and overall appearance. 

 

The treatment:

 To ensure utmost comfort cold gel will be applied to the treatment area.  Depending on your specific concern the treatment can last 15-30 minutes.

 You may experience a warm sensation as the light is applied to the skin, but the treatment is gentle and should not feel uncomfortable .

 

What should I expect and when will I see results?

 Some skin concerns such as shallow pigmentation and age/sun spots can be cleared with as few as 1-2 treatments. Typically 2-6 sessions with 2-4 weeks in between are needed to achieve optimal results for most concerns.

 

 Immediately following treatment you may experience some redness depending on your customized treatment. The redness will usually disappear within a few hours. In most cases make up may be applied immediately after, we recommend Oxygenetix foundation. Daily activities can be resumed the very same day. Typically you are advised to stay out of direct sun for a week and daily sun screen is a must!