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What Are the Benefits of Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Treatments?

It’s no surprise that many people think you need to be born with perfect skin.  After all, there are so many creams and serums out there that promise to deliver perfection – only to fall short.  That means you’re left trying to hide pigmentation, acne scars, and even the telltale flush of rosacea.

But what if we told you that there’s a treatment out there that’s designed to minimize all of these skin woes

And you can find it at our Medicetics locations in London and Cirencester?

Introducing Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Therapy

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatments are designed to minimize the appearance of hyperpigmentation, sun damage, wrinkles and fine lines, and even rosacea.  In fact, you might even call IPL treatments one of the most powerful, all-encompassing procedures available at Medicetics!

IPL is a non-invasive treatment that has multiple benefits, including the following:

  • There’s no downtime: Forget scheduling time off from work for recovery.  There’s no need for incisions or stitches, so you can get on with your busy schedule as soon as you’re done with your session.  Side effects are minimal, with most patients experiencing slight swelling, redness, and flaking.
  • Procedures are fast: Most IPL treatments last anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour.  Patients will need about 3 to 6 treatments in order to see their ideal results.
  • IPL targets unseen damage: In addition to targeting current complexion woes, IPL treatments can target skin problems that have yet to rise to the surface.  From free radical damage to sun damage, IPL treatments are your #1 defense against premature aging.
  • It’s comprehensive: IPL treatments can be used for a variety of skin issues, whether it’s sun damage, wrinkles, or rosacea.  IPL treatments can even be used to fade the appearance of stretch marks, making this procedure a popular choice for patients looking for more results in less time.

IPL treatments work on many different skin types and tones.  To see if you’re a good candidate for this procedure, book a consultation with a Medicetics doctor today.

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