Laser: IPL for Sun Damage & Skin Tone
Laser for Sun Damage and Skin Tone
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Excessive sun exposure can trigger our skin to produce more melanin. This leads to uneven pigmentation on our face, chest, and other areas of the body. This pigmentation can appear as small oval dark spots or large uneven patches. Peach Medical Group offers laser treatments to help patients diminish the appearance of this patches caused by sun damage. After several treatments with our laser, patients can achieve a more even skin tone on their face, arms, legs, and other parts of their bodies. Offer above is reserved for first time patients and members.
$100 per treatment
Regular price: $200
Sun Damage Treatment
The IPL photorejuvenation works to visibly improve pigmentation caused from sun damaged skin. The treatment is gentle and can be performed within 45 minutes.
The unique Lumenis® IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) technology gently and effectively eliminates spots, discolorations, and unwanted blood vessels.
Short treatment times
To ensure utmost comfort, we apply a topical anesthetic and coupling gel on the treatment area. Depending on your specific concern, you can expect the session to last 15-45 minutes.
IPL and Photofacial pricing and areas
IPL and Photofacial Quick Links
What is sun damage?
IPL and Photofacial Treatment FAQs
IPL and Photofacial pictures and videos
List of treatable skin conditions
IPL and Photofacial: Who is it for?
IPL and Photofacial: Who should not receive IPL
IPL and Photofacial Treatment Side Effects and Risks
IPL and Photofacial pre-treatment instructions
IPL and Photofacial post-treatment instructions
Advanced Laser Information
What are the benefits Laser IPL for sun damage and skin tone?
- Visible improvement in skin tone after 1-2 treatments.
- Visible improvement in sun damage after 3-4 treatments.
- No need to have complicated skin care regimen.
- Treatments are fast so you can return to daily activities.
- Affordable pricing. Peach Medical Group offers these advanced IPL & photofacial treatments at a low cost.
What is the treatment process for sun damage laser treatment?
The treatment process starts with a short consultation to determine the severity of the sun damage. Based on this, our health care providers will be able to give you their professional opinion on how many session it will take to reach the target outcomes. We will also review your medical history and discuss all post treatment instructions. If you decide to move forward with the treatment, we will apply a thin layer of topical anesthetic to the are that is to be treated. After 15-20 minutes, we use the Lumenis hand piece to target the skin. You will see a bright light followed by pulse of heat. This is the laser's concentrated lightbeam. This will be repeated until the entire area has been treated. After the treatment, we will apply a moisturizer and a sunscreen and review the post treatment instructions. Patient are recommended to commit to a series of treatment in order to obtain optimal results.
How many sessions of Laser IPL for Sun damage will I need?
- For severe sun damage, we recommend 6-8 treatments every 4-6 weeks.
- For moderate sun damage, we recommend 4-6 treatments every 4-6 weeks.
- For mild sun damage, we recommend 2-3 treatments every 4-6 weeks.
How much does it cost to treat sun damage with the IPL?
Our Laser IPL treatments for dark, age, and liver spots start at $69 (Regular and non-member pricing is $200) for new patients and members. This includes the face, below the chin, and the upper part of the neck.
Pre IPL & Photofacial instructions
Do you have your treatment appointment and would like to know when instructions to follow? We created a list of pre treatment instructions that we recommend patient to follow.
Post IPL & Photofacial Instructions
The following link will provide patients with detail post treatment instructions. Post treatment instruction for IPL and photofacial.
Additional IPL & Photofacial Resources
Are you a right candidate for this treatment? The following page will provide indications, contraindications, and risks associated with this treatment. Patients are recommended to learn more by visiting this page.