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Home / IPL Photofacial (Lumecca)


At The Skinbarre, our skilled team of estheticians and technicians can help you to achieve the beautiful, healthy-looking skin you’ve always wanted. We offer a variety of treatments to address common concerns such as acne, signs of aging, and more. Among our many services, we recommend trying Lumecca, our revolutionary intense pulse light therapy. Safe and noninvasive, Lumecca can help to improve the appearance of sun damage, hyperpigmentation, and other data signs of aging.



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IPL Face, Neck
& Décolleté
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IPL Face & Neck
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IPL Face Only
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IPL Décolleté
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IPL Neck
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IPL Arms (Full arms)
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IPL Lower Arms/
Upper Arms
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IPL Hands


An IPL (intense pulsed light) photofacial is a versatile skin rejuvenation treatment.

  • The first IPL device was FDA approved in 1995, to treat dilated blood vessels called telangiectasia, aka spider veins.

  • IPL photofacials can also treat vascular lesions and pigmented lesions. 

  • Dermatologists frequently use it for photorejuvenation, to decrease brown spots from sun damage.

  • It can also minimize broken capillaries and redness, including rosacea, acne, and acne scars. 

  • Though not its main indication, an IPL photofacial treatment can also stimulate collagen production and improve signs of aging, like fine lines and wrinkles. 

  • While it can be used to reduce unwanted hair, this treatment option is not as effective as laser hair removal.

An IPL device works by delivering an arc of light energy that penetrates all levels of the skin, without harming the surface (the epidermis), so there’s little to no downtime afterward.

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What is Intense Pulse Light

The IPL Photofacial is a skin treatment that can reduce the appearance of damage and subtract years from your complexion. IPL, also known as Intense Pulsed Light therapy or the photo facial, uses cutting edge technology to produce younger-looking skin that’s firmer and more even in tone and texture. With little recovery time and no surgery, IPL offers a safe, FDA-cleared option for sun damage, anti-aging, and skin rejuvenation.

How many IPL treatments will I need

The number of treatments will depend on your skin and your desired results. We’ll personalize a treatment plan tailored to you and your wants. Your Ideal Image Consultant may also suggest combining your IPL treatment with other popular aesthetic procedures, such as Botox® or Ultherapy®, to further personalize your treatment and help you achieve the look you desire.

How do I prepare for IPL treatment

You should stay out of direct sunlight or tanning beds. After first consulting with your doctor, you should refrain from using certain medications that make you more sensitive to light. During the initial consultation, we’ll carefully review all of the information you need to ensure a comfortable, effective procedure.

What can I expect after IPL

Immediately following treatment, you can expect to see mild redness, and it may feel like a slight sunburn in the treated area. This should dissipate after a few hours, but in some cases, it could last a day or two. You can start to see healthier-looking skin just several days after treatment. Sunspots, age spots, and or broken blood vessels usually begin to clear up in one to two weeks.

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