What is Photoderm IPL?
IPL Photorejuvenation is a non-invasive treatment that uses an intense light source to safely erase skin damage without disruption to the skin’s surface.
It can treat a wide range of facial concerns such as broken capillaries, skin discoloration, age spots, freckles, mottled pigmentation and the symptoms of rosacea.
What is Photoderm IPL used for?
IPL, short for Intense Pulsed Light technology, is a breakthrough technology which can correct a range of benign skin conditions.You may find it suitable if you are looking to treat:
- Vascular conditions like spider/thread veins
- Fine leg veins
- Port wine stains
- Birth marks
- Strawberry marks
How a Photoderm IPL procedure works
An IPL procedure is non-invasive and does not require anaesthesia. Treatment will generally be administered over a course of procedures each taking approximately 20 minutes. A gel is applied to the targeted area, then the practitioner will gently apply the IPL handpiece to the skin where pulses of light will be emitted.
The number of treatments required will vary depending on the area to be treated, but they will provide excellent long-term results with minimal adverse effects.
How much does a Photoderm IPL treatment cost?
The cost of Photoderm IPL treatment varies widely as it is dependent on the size and severity of the condition to be treated. Please contact us to discuss your individual needs.
Available in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire
Photoderm IPL treatment is available at Stratford Dermatherapy Clinic in Warwickshire, which is just a ten minute walk away from The Royal Shakespeare Company.
All Photoderm IPL treatments at the clinic are carried out by Dr Hugo J Kitchen, who also carries out cosmetic beauty procedures in six additional locations across the UK.
Before and After Photoderm