IPL

Intense Pulse Light Skin Rejuvenation

Treats Sun Damage & Rosacea

Target any part of the body

Reduces visible signs of ageing

Procedure Time

30-60 minutes

Downtime

None

Expected Results

Immediate

Results Duration

12 Months

Side Effects

Minor redness

Pricing from

£150

OUR TREATMENT

What is IPL?

IPL, or otherwise known as Intense Pulsed Light, is a skin rejuvenation therapy that helps improve the appearance of the skin using wavelength light technology. IPL is a safe, reliable and highly versatile treatment option that can be used to treat rosacea, age spots, birthmarks, spider veins, freckles, acne, scars and broken blood vessels.

 

IPL is not to be confused with other Laser-based technologies. IPL uses a broad wavelength light that is emitted into the skin in a series of pulses. This light is used to heat the skin and can help reduce some of the conditions mentioned above. IPL is a very effective option that is very pain-free and can take around 30-60 minutes per treatment.

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Pricing

Single Session Pkg of 3 Sessions (receive 10% off) Pkg of 6 (buy 5+1 free)
Face (2 palm sizes) £350 £945 £1,750
Face & Neck (3 palm size) £450 £1,215 £2,250
Body (4 palm size) £550 £1,485 £2,750

EXPERT ADVICE

Frequently asked questions

How often can I get IPL?

Usually we say 4-6 weeks between sessions to allow skin to completely rejuvenate. IPL can be combined alongside some other treatments to maximize results.

Does IPL hurt?

Very few of our clients find IPL to be painful and even then, it’s usually only minor. Post-treatment, you may experience warm and pink skin (similar to a mild sunburn) but the effects of this should wear down in a matter of hours. Our practitioners will apply a soothing Aloe Vera gel to help reduce this side effect almost immediately.

Can I use IPL anywhere on my body?

Just about. IPL can be used nearly on all areas of the body, the only areas we don’t recommend using IPL is uneven areas where it may prove to be less effective. We also recommend that clients who have darker skin tones or thick keloid scars should seek alternate treatment.

How long does IPL last?

IPL should last for a number of years provided that you maintain a sensible skincare regime and regularly protect yourself from excessive sun exposure.

What does IPL stand for?

IPL stands for intense pulse light. It is a type of light therapy used to a number of skin conditions.

How should I prepare for IPL?

Before your IPL treatment your practitioner will examine your skin and let you know what to expect. Let them know if you have any skin conditions which could affect healing such as acne or eczema.

They may ask you to avoid certain activities, medications or products for:

  • direct sunlight
  • tanning beds
  • waxing
  • chemical peels
  • collagen injections
  • drugs that increase bleeding risk, like aspirin (Ecotrin) or ibuprofen (Advil)
  • creams/ products containing vitamin A, such as RetinA, or glycolic acid