IPL, or Intense Pulsed Light, is able to treat a variety of skin concerns. IPL is well known for its use as a long-term solution for treating unwanted body hair. Intense Pulsed Light is also extremely effective at treating a variety of skin concerns too. SkinBase IPL is a medically certified system which uses a cryo-cooling handset to ensure ultimate comfort during treatment.
IPL is a safe and effective, non-surgical treatment. If you’re suffering from acne, vascular lesions like thread veins or pigmentation then IPL medical therapies could be the treatment you need. IPL works by using light to target specific skin structures heating them to remove unwanted hair, pigmentation, acne, and more. In the case of hair reduction, the light is absorbed by the melanin in the hair and converted to heat, which damages the hair follicle and leaves it unable to support future hair growth.
Who wants that winter glow? We know we do! And guess what? Treatments to help your gorgeous skin achieve a beautiful natural glow don’t have to break the bank either. What’s more, every single SkinBase treatment uses the body’s own natural healing response to stimulate new collagen production.
We are looking forward to our IPL promotional day today. October is a great time to start a course of IPL, the treatments are usually every 4-6 weeks so a course of treatments started now will leave you silky smooth by summer.
SkinBase IPL is a medically CE certified system that offers advanced treatments for skin concerns such as; acne, thread veins, broken capillaries, campbell de morgan spots, rosacea, and pigmentation.
These treatments are offered by our most experienced SkinBase IPL therapists after further advanced training with SkinBase. They come under 3 categories of treatment; acne, vascular lesions and photorejuvenation.
If you have ever thought about trying IPL, now is the perfect opportunity. Next week many of our SkinBase IPL therapists are taking part in our promotional day which means you can get a great deal on a course of IPL. Let’s have a look at what IPL and also what the treatment options are. There might be more to IPL than you previously thought!
We know summer is only just on the way out but now is actually a really good time to start a course of IPL to have smooth, hair-free legs for next summer.
Photorejuvenation is the broad term used to describe the treatment of photo-ageing which includes wrinkles, pigmentation and age spots. IPL treatment encourages the skin to repair itself and produce new cells and increase its collagen production.
One of the places most susceptible to uneven pigmentation is the face. Sun damage, contraceptive use and pregnancy can all lead to patches of uneven pigmentation that we want to cover up. Well, let us tell you about another solution! SkinBase treatments can be very effective, here’s a bit more about it…
Uneven skin tone is caused by the production of too much melanin. The scientific name for this is hyperpigmentation. One of the most common causes of hyperpigmentation is sun damage. Another cause of hyperpigmentation is skin injury or scarring which is called post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.