IPL PhotoFacial by InMode
Lumecca provides a superior, long-lasting solution to improve skin complexion, reduce skin irregularities, and reveal younger-looking skin. Lumecca’s IPL Photofacial effectively erases sun damage such as dark spots, vascular lesions, and more, with no surgery or downtime.
What Makes Lumecca IPL Photofacial the Best Choice?
Lumecca emits three times more energy than other photofacial treatments on the market, which renders beautiful results in fewer treatments. Its strong sapphire cooling tip helps protect the skin and ensures maximum safety and comfort. The duration of a Lumecca treatment is usually significantly lesser than a standard photofacial.
Frequently Asked Questions?
We start by applying a cool gel to your skin and providing you with protective eyewear. Then, we pass the Lumecca handheld device over your skin, applying wavelengths of IPL into the deeper layers.
Pigmented cells absorb the light and are broken into tiny particles and destroyed. The body then flushes them away naturally.
Most patients experience no pain and describe the light flashes as feeling like a tiny rubber band snapping on the skin. The average treatment time is 20 minutes.
With a standard photofacial, you’d typically require at least 4-6 sessions for complete photorejuvenation.
Lumecca’s advanced technology allows you to get the same results in as little as 1-2 sessions.
The procedure itself is non-invasive, and if done by a trained professional, it is safe for most people.
This depends on what you are having treated, which will also determine the number of sessions necessary. Sun damage can be lessened by around 70%, depending on the severity. Even acne or acne scarring can be decreased after several treatments.
Start by scheduling a consultation with our highly qualified and friendly staff. We will determine if Lumecca is right for you and get you started on your path to a clearer, younger complexion.
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