IPL Skin treatments

IPL skin treatments using the Photo-rejuvenation process represent a breakthrough in age-defying skin care…..

Broken capillaries and pigmentation marks have long been something I have hated seeing on my skin, I don’t have to worry anymore and can enjoy my skin without having to wear makeup.

Thank’s Emm

IPL for your skin…..

This new technique treats the skin damage non-invasively, so there is no disruption of the skins epidermal surface…

The Zeo light IPL treatments address the effects of photo-aging and sun damage with low risk of complications and no recovery time. ZEO IPL provides dramatic results for a variety of benign conditions, these include; Telangiectasia (Broken Capillaries, Spider Veins), Pigmentation, Rosacea and more

IPL skin treatments using photo rejuvenation offers a solution that;

  • Addresses skin conditions that are most visible
  • Treats the entire face, not only small spots
  • Causes little discomfort
  • Offers an immediate return to routine activities
  • Provides gradual, natural looking improvement
  • Produces long-lasting results

Benefits of choosing the Zeolight IPL

The Zeolight IPL treats the damaged superficial layer of the skin, while delivering thermal energy to deeper tissue.
Clinical studies have proven the effect this energy has on collagen production, which helps firm and tighten the skin.
Exposure to the sun accelerates the ageing process of the skin and can cause vascular disorders such as Telangiectasia or diffuse redness.

IPL treatment of sun damage skin uses a technique called selective photothermolysis. The aim of treatment using Zeo Light is to destroy the pigment existing in the skin tissues and to destroy the vessels supplying the vascular lesions with blood.

IPL Price information

Treatments start from around £40 per session per area, please ask if you would like more information with regards treatment areas, concerns.

A consultation and patch test (48 priors) is required for all IPL treatments.

Photo rejuvenation, what an amazing treatment, nice to see the change to my ageing skin.

Carol K

Laser resurfacing and deep chemical peels give great results however there is a down time with them…. Clients may have to take time of work while the skin heals.

Microdermabrasion is a great treatment and will address skin irregularities however Microderm isn’t effective when it comes to problems like redness, flushing and broken capillaries.

Although the visible signs of ageing cannot be fully avoided they can be minimised…
There are two types of ageing intrinsic and extrinsic…

Intrinsic ageing involves the inevitable; as we grow older our skin naturally becomes thinner and drier. Diminished amounts of collagen makes the skin less elastic. What used to bounce back begins to sag. Static deep lines, wrinkles may start appearing. The rate of these events is genetically determined for each person, the process first becomes noticeable between the ages of 30 and 35.

Extrinsic ageing results from exposure to the environment. Exposure to sunlight, especially UV causes dehydration and is a key contributor to extrinsic ageing.

Photo-ageing occurs when elastin and a collagen breakdown are not replaced, causing fine lines and wrinkles to intensify. Photo-ageing also causes pigment changes with development of age spots (sun induced freckles) and uneven skin tone. Spider veins and dilated capillaries are another sign of photo-aged skin

The combined efficacy of Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) energy and bipolar radiofrequency energy in the same machine has greatly increased the predictability, safety and outcomes of basic photorejuvenation treatment.

Red and brown skin discolouration can be removed as, or more effectively than optical (IPL) only technology with fewer risks and downtime. The addition of modest levels of RF has also improved the resolution of fine lines and wrinkles.

The IPL and RF combined therapy also provides effective hair removal and permanent reduction outcomes on light and dark skinned patients, as well as red, blonde and grey haired patients.

An intense light is emitted in a series of pulses over the face at intervals of three weeks for a series of 4 to 6 treatments. Intense pulsed light is different from laser light. It is light emitted over many different wavelengths allowing the light to penetrate to all levels of the skin where abnormal, easily dilated vessels can be found. Because of the unique nature of emission of the intense pulse light, even the tiniest of vessels can be treated. Lasers emit only a single wavelength and are limited in depth of penetration and what they can treat.

Are there other conditions that respond successfully to pulsed light?

Yes, irregular skin texture and brown spots due to overexposure to sun or tanning beds. It also reduces large pores and is excellent for dark circles around the eyes. It can improve some mild acne scars and reduce fine lines, especially around the eyes and mouth. Using intense pulsed light can increase and build connective tissue in the skin giving it a more youthful appearance. (An assessment of your skin condition is necessary before using pulsed light to reduce pores. Your pores must be clean and free of debris and filament before being treated.

How often will I need to be treated with intense pulsed light?

After your first series of 4 to 6 treatments, it is possible that a follow-up will be necessary every 12 months. Caring for your skin properly will help diminish the likelihood of future treatments. Your technician will help you with a skin care regimen.

Are there conditions that won’t respond to pulse light facial rejuvenation?

It will not help frown lines or deep expression lines such as forehead and between the brows. It will not help deep skin folds or sagging skin or eliminate puffiness around the eyes. It is not a replacement or substitute for a face-lift.

What conditions would be contraindications to this procedure?

Patients with connective tissue disease. Auto-immune disorders, pregnancy, history of cancer, diabetics, or recently sun-tanned skin or skin that may be exposed to UV for a few weeks following the treatment.

What side effects should I expect?

Side effects are mild and of short duration consisting of short-term discomfort during the actual treatment (feels somewhat like a rubber band snap). There will be additional redness immediately following treatment, usually lasting less than 24 hours. Post treatment pigmentation may be noted on occasion, but it is highly treatable and rare

How long does each treatment take?

Approximately 30 minutes.  Skin must be clean and men must be clean shaven. Eye shields will be applied to protect the eyes. A cool, soothing gel will be placed on the skin prior to treatment.

Can the same results be accomplished with chemical peels or microdermabrasion?

No, but Zeo Intense Pulsed Facial Rejuvenation can be combined with microdermabrasion for greater effectiveness and faster results in achieving greatly improved skin condition and appearance.

Can all Skin Types be treated?

No, only Skin Types I. II and III, can be treated.  We are unable to offer photo rejuvenation to Asian and Afro-Caribbean skin types, due to the increased risk of overheating the skin.

Do I need to follow any specific aftercare advice?

Yes, your therapist will advise you as to specific aftercare, you will need to avoid sun exposure (this includes tanning beds) for a specific amount of time after, a good sun protection must be used after your treatment (your therapist will be able to advise you of the best to use).

How much will a treatment cost me?

Costs will be discussed at the time of your consultation, each area and specific treatment will have its own cost, you will be advised how many treatments will be required and over what period.