I.P.L Laser Treatment
How It Works.
IPL works best at removing hair which is slightly darker than the skin and which is in the active growth phase. But not all the hair in the treatment area will be in this phase at any given time. So we spread our IPL treatments out over a period of time. This is to make sure that hair which isn’t treated in one session is affected in the next. The way hair grows is slightly different for everyone, so we tailor our treatment to suit you.
Your Initial Consultation.
If you decide you want to find out more, the next step is to come in for a consultation. This is your opportunity to ask us any questions you might have and discuss what you want to achieve from your hair removal treatments. We will determine your skin type and the kind of hair you have and make sure the IPL technique is right for you. Then we’ll create a treatment programme tailored specifically to your needs.
We’ll also ask you to sign a consent form to show that you agree to the procedure and understand what it involves. If you decide to go ahead with the treatment, we’ll arrange an appointment for you at a suitable time. If at any stage you have any questions, we’ll do our best to answer them and help in any way we can.
Are There Any Risks?
There may be some redness and swelling after the treatment but this usually only lasts one or two days. Sometimes there can be an increase or loss of pigmentation (colouring) in the skin. In a very small number of cases the skin’s texture may change slightly. IPL very rarely causes scarring.
IPL For Skin Rejuvenation
IPL For Skin Rejuvenation stimulates collagen and elastin production and also reduces redness and acne scaring. The treatment procedure is between four and six treatments every twenty one days. It is especially effective on the removal of pigmentation marks on the face or hands. Pigmentation removal may only take one treatment.
Two areas together 20% discount
Prices effective March 2016. All prices quoted include V.A.T.