IPL Skin Rejuvenation
Angelite is an advanced IPL system that has been cleared by the FDA and Health Canada for Permanent Hair Reduction and Skin Rejuvenation. Suitable for any body area and size. This unique technology is safe and reliable, offering excellent permanent hair reduction results with minimum discomfort. To find out if you are a candidate, simply schedule a consultation.
At last, a gentle way to renew the health and vitality of your skin, while at the same time ridding yourself of unwanted blemishes and skin conditions. This treatment is ideally suited for the full face, hands or body. It simultaneously treats the three main elements of sun-damaged, environmentally-polluted and aging skin by coagulating blood vessels, eliminating pigmented spots and improving skin texture, small lines and enlarged pores.
For a younger, more beautiful you, Angelite Photofacial is the answer to treating sun damage and ageing IPL photorejuvenation signs of the hands, neck and chest. Producing a deep heat that stimulates your collagen production, IPL will also reduce wrinkles and skin laxity. Start your Angelite Photofacial treatment today and you’ll be beaming at the results.
IPL PhotoFacial / Photorejuvention
SUN DAMAGE, PIGMENTED SPOTS, WRINKLES
Say goodbye to the effects of sun damage, hyperpigmentation, and aging. With the innovative Intense Pulsed Light (IPL™) photofacial/ fotofacial procedure, gentle skin rejuvenation is now easier than ever. IPL photorejuvenation is the latest in modern dermatology, allowing patients to transform red, blotchy skin into a radiant complexion. If you suffer from any of these problems, photofacial/fotofacial treatments may be the dermatological approach you’ve been looking for.
What Is IPL Photofacial/Fotofacial?
A photofacial, or “fotofacial”, is a 30-minute procedure in which intense pulses of light are used to penetrate deep into the skin. IPL™ photorejuvenation then causes collagen and blood vessels below the epidermis to constrict, reducing redness and age lines. The procedure involves only minimal discomfort, while the redness and swelling that sometimes occur after treatment disappear shortly. Most benefits of a photofacial/fotofacial occur gradually in the weeks following treatment. For even greater cosmetic enhancement, patients may also opt for a RF Skin Tightening, a procedure that combines radio waves with ultrasound to achieve excellent results.
Who is the best Candidates?
People who have blotchy, sun-damaged, or discolored skin, or whose skin is affected by large pores, freckles, or wrinkles, may benefit from an IPL photofacial. The procedure is also quick and involves no downtime, making it a convenient option for people with busy schedules. Those with dark or deeply tanned skin sometimes experience complications following IPL photofacial treatment. Patients should discuss such issues with a trained dermatologist before undergoing treatment.
Are fotofacial, photofacial, and photorejuvenation the same thing?
Yes. These terms all refer to facial treatment based upon a common principle: heating and stimulating the dermis (the inner layer of the skin) while cooling and protecting the epidermis (the outer layer). There are a wide variety of technologies and procedures available for this type of treatment, however, and each works in a slightly different way.
Are multiple treatment sessions recommended?
Depending on the area being treated and the severity of the problem, multiple treatment sessions may be recommended. For many problems, physicians will recommend between three and five treatments and individual maintenance program.
What are the advantages of IPL photorejuvenation vs. laser treatment?
One of the greatest benefits of IPL photorejuvenation is that it can treat a wide range of skin problems. With IPL therapy, patients can undergo a single type of treatment for multiple skin conditions, rather than having to undergo several procedures, such as laser skin tightening and laser skin resurfacing. IPL photorejuvenation is usually less expensive than laser treatment as well. Perhaps the greatest benefit of the procedure, however, is that it is associated with a smaller risk of burns and scarring than laser treatment.