IPL Photorejuvenation

  1. Corrects the appearance of age spots (red / brown pigmentations)
  2. Corrects the damage caused by the sun
  3. Corrects the appearance of vascular lesions

What is IPL Photorejuvenation

Intense pulsed lights (IPL) to treat pigmentation and vascular lesions. The light emitted during this procedure is selectively absorbed by pigment spots and red areas of the skin.

What is the treatment of IPL Photorejuvenation?

When it reaches its target, it becomes heat, which has the effect of coagulating red blood cells (rosacea) or dry melanin (pigment spots). This safe and non-invasive method treats the skin without attacking the surface. Following treatment, patients observe significant improvements in complexion and clarity of the skin.


15-30 minutes


Annual or as needed


Very light. No anesthetic cream is required.

The results

Immediately after a session, the treated areas may darken. A slight reddening may appear around the treated area, but everything usually disappears in a few hours. In the two weeks following the treatment, the dark spots disappear by exfoliating. The complexion clears and the skin regains its youthful radiance.

Number of sessions

Usually, 3 to 5 sessions are ideal for getting a great result. Additional sessions may be necessary for very large areas, very dark spots, areas with many spots, or for excess sun damage.

After-treatment IPL Photorejuvenation tips

Hydration of your skin after treatment is the key to success.
Apply moisturizing creams to your skin to allow it to react well.
Protect your skin from the sun.
Always wear sunscreen outdoors is essential after treatment.