$400

Lumenis M22 IPL Treatment (Full Face)

Transform your skin with Lumenis M22 IPL Treatment.

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) uses medical-grade light technology to target skin conditions such as sun damage, pigmentation, facial redness, and acne.

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Transform your skin with Lumenis M22 IPL Treatment. Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) uses medical-grade light technology to target skin conditions such as sun damage, pigmentation, facial redness, and acne.

Price

$400

Treatment Time

45 Minutes

Downtime

1 Day

Pain

About

Lumenis M22 IPL or Intense Pulsed Light is a non-invasive treatment for various skin conditions usually caused by environmental exposure.

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) treatments rejuvenate the skin to minimise the visible signs of sun damage, which can show up as accelerated ageing, blotchy pigmentation, facial redness, rough, uneven texture and broken capillaries, and thread veins.

IPL can also be used to treat skin conditions like acne and the symptoms of rosacea.

IPL is ideal for enhancing your skin’s overall appearance for healthy-looking skin.

How does IPL work?

IPL emits a range of light waves that target specific areas to minimise the appearance of sun damage, pigmentation, vascular lesions, or acne.

The light energy converts to heat, disrupting the targeted cells while leaving the surrounding skin untouched.

This process stimulates your skin’s natural healing mechanism, resulting in smoother texture, fewer lines and wrinkles, a more even tone, and reduced dark spots.

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatment is a transformative skincare solution that uses specific light wavelengths to rejuvenate and repair the skin.

What are the benefits?

  • Skin Rejuvenation: Diminishes sun damage, reduces pigmentation, and smooths skin texture.
  • Facial Redness: Reduces facial redness, the symptoms of rosacea, and visible blood vessels and broken capillaries. 
  • Acne Management: Clears existing acne, prevents future breakouts, and minimises scars.
  • Collagen Stimulation: Promotes collagen production, improving the appearance of fine lines and enhancing skin firmness. 

IPL is not just a corrective tool—it’s a preventative measure that keeps your skin vibrant and youthful. 

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IPL treats a range of skin conditions.

IPL is incredibly versatile, effectively treating a range of skin concerns:

  • Pigmentation: This treatment targets dark spots and uneven skin tone, promoting a more uniform complexion. Results become progressively visible after a few sessions.
  • Skin Ageing: Reduces the appearance of sun damage, fine lines, and wrinkles, rejuvenating the skin for a more youthful appearance.
  • Facial Redness: Reduces persistent redness and visible blood vessels, achieving a calmer, more balanced skin tone with regular treatments.
  • Broken Capillaries: Fades fine red lines without damaging surrounding tissue, gradually restoring your skin’s appearance.
  • Acne: This treatment targets acne-causing bacteria and inflammation, clearing breakouts and preventing new ones while reducing acne scars through collagen stimulation.

Our skilled dermal therapists customise each treatment to your unique skin needs, ensuring safe and effective care, especially around sensitive areas.

Ready to experience this cutting-edge technology? Call our friendly team at Select Skin on 8034 2140.

Treatment Information

What results can you expect from IPL treatment?

IPL offers a multi-faceted approach to skin health and rejuvenation:

Pigmentation and Sun Damage: Reduction in dark spots, patches of pigment and a more even skin tone and texture.

Facial Redness: Improved appearance of redness and a clearer complexion.

Skin Ageing: Enhanced texture, with fewer wrinkles and renewed firmness due to increased collagen production.

Acne: Fewer breakouts, smoother skin, and less visible scarring.

For overall skin renewal, IPL gives your skin a fresh, clear and even skin tone while promoting collagen production to improve your skin texture.

Preparing for your treatment.

Proper skin preparation ensures the best outcomes. During your consultation, we’ll recommend an skincare routine to condition and prepare your skin. 

Avoid fake tan products and sun exposure for two weeks before your session to maintain your natural skin tone and minimise unexpected outcomes or risks.

Please avoid retinoids (Vitamin A) for one week prior to your treatment.

What happens during your IPL treatment?

During your IPL treatment, your skin is prepared with a gentle cleanse and gel application.

Then a handpiece with correct filter for your skin condition is applied.

During the IPL treatment you will feel warm pulses of light that feels like a flick of rubber band onto the skin.

After the treatment your dermal therapist will apply the creams and serums most suitable for your skin condition.

What to expect after your IPL treatment?

Post-treatment, your skin may feel warm and tingly for a few hours, with temporary redness and swelling. Pigmented areas may darken before fading within 7-10 days.

Minimal downtime allows you to return to daily activities almost immediately. 

We’ll provide detailed post-treatment care instructions, including sun protection and recommended skincare.

How long before you see results?

Results vary based on specific skin concerns, severity, and skin type. 

Most clients notice improvements after the first or second session, with optimal results typically visible after 3 to 6 sessions spaced about four weeks apart. 

Continued improvements can be seen for several months following the last treatment, as IPL stimulates collagen production.

Is this treatment right for you?

IPL is most effective on light to medium skin tones and is unsuitable for very dark or tanned skin due to the risk of hyperpigmentation.

If you’re concerned about hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tone and texture, sun spots, facial redness, broken capillaries, spider veins, telangiectasias or pigmented acne scarring, IPL is an excellent treatment option. 

A full skin consultation will determine your suitability and explore other treatment options if IPL isn’t right for you.

Sound like the perfect treatment for you?