Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) – Limelight Photo Rejuvenation treatment using Cutera® Xeo for better skin in Niagara Falls, ON.
This customizable,multi-application Laser + light-based platform is designed to treat the widest range of today’s most common nonsurgical aesthetic concerns -pigment(Limelight/IPL), veins, wrinkles, hair removal, and skin revitalization with a single robust aesthetic device.
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)/Limelight Photo rejuvenation light is a non-invasive procedure that treats multiple symptoms of aging skin, including:
The result leaves your skin complexion looking restored, smooth, and noticeably clear of signs of aging.
This procedure can be performed on the face, neck, chest, back, and extremities including arms and legs. Limelight using the light spectrum emitted from the flash lamp can selectively destroy blood vessels along the eyelid and inhibit access of inflammatory mediators to the meibomian glands. This treatment application to Rosacea & pigmented skin is also effective in the treatment of dry eyes associated with rosacea.
The Cutera® LimeLight® hand-piece feels warm on your skin and after treatment, your skin can feel like you have a mild sunburn for 3-4 hours. Freckles can look like coffee ground particles that fall off in days.
There is no “downtime” required; you can return to your normal routines and activities immediately. Treatments are customized to your specific skin type and color, providing the best possible results. Results are long-lasting. Maintenance is very much like hair trimming except not as frequent. You can maintain it annually.
After treatment, there are minor signs of treatment, such as redness, darkened pigmentation, or blotchiness that can last from a few hours to a few days. The treated skin is more sun-sensitive for two to three weeks. Results are long-lasting, usually a year or longer.
This treatment is best suited for untanned skin. Therefore, fall, winter & spring are best suited for this treatment. Always advise us of special upcoming events in your life. The use of sunscreen is recommended on any treated areas exposed to the sun. It is always a good idea to limit your sun exposure.
Patients of moderate skin tone Fitzpatrick I-1V are usually the best candidates.
Please consult with us as to the most suitable approach for your skin tone.