IPL Photo Rejuvenation


What Is IPL Photo Rejuvenation? 

Our Lumenis M22 Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is highly recommended for people in need of skin rejuvenation and suffering from these conditions:

  • Signs of aging (wrinkles, freckles, blemishes)
  • Skin discoloration
  • Sun damages
  • Broken capillaries or spider veins
  • Dull complexion
  • Port-wine stains
  • Hemangiomas (red birthmark due to benign blood vessel tumor)

Also known as Photofacial treatment, IPL Photo Rejuvenation is a gentle yet effective treatment for a wide range of skin conditions.

How Does the M22 IPL Technology Work? 

North Valley Women’s Care’s IPL Photo Rejuvenation technology targets pigmentation and vascular concerns, while rejuvenating the skin’s overall appearance. 

Our licensed specialist can customize your treatment according to your skin type and desired results.

Lumenis M22 IPL Technology uses light pulses that move through the skin, create heat, and target skin concerns. Expect to flake on the treated area while your body goes through its natural exfoliation process. 

In addition, the treatment stimulates better production of collagen and elasticity. As a result, your skin tone and overall appearance will visibly improve.


How Much Does IPL Photo Rejuvenation Cost? 

The cost of our IPL Photo Rejuvenation treatment will vary depending on your overall skin condition and concerns. You can book a consultation with one of our aestheticians to further discuss the details of your treatment. 

North Valley Women’s Care offers financing options through CareCredit®.

Is The Treatment Safe? 

Lumenis laser treatments, including the M22 IPL Photofacial, are FDA-approved and clinically tested, and proven to provide their promised results. 

Our licensed specialist here at North Valley Women’s Care can adjust the settings of the treatment to match your skin type, color, and your preferred skin procedure. 

Am I a Good Candidate for the IPL Photo Rejuvenation? 

People suffering from signs of aging and skin discoloration are highly recommended to get the treatment. These bothersome skin concerns are typically caused by the following:

  • Acne
  • UV damage
  • Pigmentation problems such as broken capillaries and rosacea

What Happens During An IPL Photo Rejuvenation Session? 

The Photofacial treatment takes around 45 minutes. During the procedure, you may feel a warm sensation as our specialist applies the light to your skin. 

The treatment is very gentle and painless.

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IPL Photo Rejuvenation 2

How Long Will It Take To See Results? 

Depending on your skin sensitivity and the details of your treatment, the downtime period usually takes between two to five days. 

A week after the treatment, you can see significant improvements in hyperpigmentations, vascular lesions, and your overall skin complexion.

Depending on your condition, it may take a few sessions before you see your desired results. More treatments are needed for those with heavier skin concerns. 

Our licensed aestheticians here are North Valley Women’s Care will explain to you in detail all the necessary information about your treatment.



How Long Do Results Last? 

After completing your treatment plan, you can have one IPL session annually for maintenance. 

Do note that IPL only treats existing skin concerns. It does not prevent new ones. Hence, if you get treated for your sun damages, you have to take preventive measures against sun damages after the procedure.

Just like other treatments, results will last longer with a good skin care routine. Use a good antioxidant, SPF, and lessen your sun exposure as much as possible. 


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6316 West Union Hills Drive, Suite 100
Glendale, AZ 85308
Phone: 623-233-1300
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