IPL FotoFacial

Fotofacial IPL Therapy

FotoFacial treatments use Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) to reduce or eliminate pigment discoloration in the face, neck, hands and body.  This gentle, non-invasive procedure improves the cosmetic appearance of the skin.

We use Syneron’s elōs Skin Rejuvenation technology to rejuvenate and treat brown spots, melasma, pigmented lesions, broken capillaries, rosacea, and general skin tone and texture. Syneron’s technologies are some of the most advanced on the market providing excellent results with no downtime. Using a combined bi-polar frequency and light energies, the elōs technology allow us to precisely and safely target pigment lesions such as freckles, sun spots, and age spots. Vascular lesions such as spider vessels and redness from rosacea are also lightened and gradually fade. As your treatment series progresses, you will see noticeable improvement including the reduction or elimination of blemished areas, lightening of brown sun and age spots, an improvement in general skin tone and texture, and less overall redness.

This is an effective treatment method for both men and women, and for those in any stage of the aging process. Significant improvement is seen with each treatment, but a series of 3 treatments 4-6 weeks apart is recommended for optimal results. Because IPL FotoFacial treatments are non-ablative (no tissue is removed), they can easily be done any day or time as you can put on makeup and return to normal activities. There is no downtime.

Dermatology Center of the Rockies cannot guarantee results as shown; results may vary due to individual skin health.

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