REMOVE SPOTS, DOTS & IMPERFECTIONS | IPL PHOTOFACIAL FOR CLEAR SKIN
By offering our patients IPL Photofacial in Ealing, London, we offer you the chance to bring your skin back to life and give it a more youthful, radiant appearance.
Did you know you can erase sun damage with light? The signs of aging go beyond fine lines and wrinkles. Photo damage is the result of a lifetime of ultraviolet light exposure.
The visible signs include pigmentary changes, coarse skin texture, spider veins, facial redness, enlarged pores, and of course, wrinkles. Intense Pulsed Light treatments are designed to combat the effects of aging with a gentle approach.
Intense Pulsed Light, commonly known as IPL, Fotofacial or Photofacial, delivers high-intensity computer-controlled pulses of light that penetrate your skin and heat the sub-surface layers. Our staff uses IPL to reverse brownspots caused by sun damage and unwanted spider veins, while stimulating healthy, new collagen.
Find out if IPL Photofacial can restore your skin by calling 020 8840 4472 to arrange an appointment with our skin expert at SSS Clinic in Los Ealing, London.
A series of IPL treatments can offer many of the same benefits of a medium depth laser resurfacing or chemical peel without blisters, burns or long recovery time. No mess! Contact cooling keeps your skin surface cool without the need for messy thick gels.
Intense Pulsed Light Fotofacials aims to correct your uneven skin tone.
- Diminishes redness and/or flushing.
- Eliminates fine veins, thread veins and broken capillaries.
- Minimises unwanted pigmentation, freckling and sun spots.
- Provide smoother skin, lessens pore size and wrinkles.
- Reduces the redness, flushing and dilated capillaries of Rosacea.
What areas can be treated?
Fotofacial treatments could be used on all body skin; however,they are particularly targeting the appearance of the face, neck, chest and back of hands.
How soon will I see results?
After your initial treatment your skin will feel smoother and you will notice a more even tone; however, more significant changes will be more visible after further treatment.
Normally three to five treatment sessions are considered to achieve optimal results.