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PHOTOFACIAL (IPL)

Photofacial Treatments in Toronto

VENUS VERSA (IPL) WITH SMARTPULSE™

Reduce Signs of Aging with Photofacial Treatments

Watch visible signs of aging fade away with each Venus Versa photofacial treatment. This service uses Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) with SmartPulse™ technology that delivers precise light through several layers of skin. This generates heat when absorbed by the targeted tissue, which corrects imperfections in the skin without damaging any of the surrounding tissue.

A real-time cooling system works to keep your skin protected throughout treatment, The IPL locks in on the pigments in your skin, helping to remove discoloration, fade sunspots, redness, rosacea, spider veins and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles — all in just few sessions. leaving you with a more youthful complexion.

Photofacial Treatments in Burlington
Photofacial (IPL) treatment in Toronto

It’s important to note that the results vary from patient to patient. Depending on the severity of the skin condition you have and if it is minor, you may only need a couple of sessions or more. However, you will most likely need multiple treatments per treatment area for optimal results. The longevity of the results will depend on the way that your skin behaves to the particular treatment you have and other factors. For instance, it may also depend on the aftercare you perform when you go home.

Frequently Asked Questions

There is no set downtime or recovery time. That means you can get back to your daily life as soon as the session has ended. What’s more, you can apply your makeup straight after the treatment without any hassle, which is a massive bonus for many.

The only thing you should feel is a sensation similar to that of a mild sunburn. So you may feel warm. Also, the treatment area may appear red for a few hours or a day or so. Your treatment provider will give you aftercare instructions and best to stay out of sun.

A lot of treatments are safe for darker skin tones. However, to determine if an individual may be at risk of discoloration, it’s best to consult directly with a certified treatment technician.