Omnia IPL, Safe. Effective. Fast
Intense Pulsed Light or IPL is a skin rejuvenation treatment that has been shown to reduce age spots and fine lines.
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Turning Back the Clock
As we age, our skin reflects damage from UV exposure and the wear and tear of daily life. In response, we often seek aesthetic procedures to help with sun damage, facial veins, age spots, and unsightly lesions to restore a fresh and youthful appearance.
Omnia IPL skin rejuvenation is one of the most popular procedures today that helps turn back the clock. Our advanced IPL technology allows us to safely treat many benign pigmented and vascular skin lesions without downtime.
How do IPL treatments work?
IPL uses gentle pulses to improve the skin surface by removing patches of dead skin cells or pimples that are on the surface. Next, IPL deep penetrates your skin, removing any patches of skin that are causing you issues like acne and rosacea. Using the device on the affected area will heat it and prompt a natural healing process that improves color and tone. Afterward, the area should gradually fade away.
Treats multiple skin conditions simultaneously.
Rewards of Skin Rejuvenation
- Removes most brown and red pigmentation
- Improves dull complexions, large pores, red flushing skin, and rosacea.
- Gives skin a smoother, more even-toned look
- Little or no discomfort
- No downtime
Omnia IPL treatment Q/A
Yes, the Omnia IPL treatment allows your provider to customize each treatment to your specific skin type and condition. The customized treatment pulses precisely heat the targets with minimal impact to surrounding tissue.
IPL rejuvenation treatments range from 15 to 30 minutes. First, the treated area is cleansed, and a cool gel is applied. The light pulse is then delivered with little or no discomfort. After treatment, the gel is removed and the skin is cleansed. You can resume all regular activities immediately.
While pain tolerance is individual, most people tolerate IPL skin rejuvenation treatment well and describe the sensation as a rubber band snap to the skin. Most patients require no topical numbing, although your provider may include some comfort techniques.
Treatment generally involves a series of five sessions. While some patients see significant improvement in two or three treatments, others may require more. To maintain results, patients may opt for follow-up treatments.