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16 Bell St, Reigate, Surrey RH2 7BG

Harpenden Clinic

103 Luton Rd, Harpenden AL5 3BB

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What is IPL for Pigmentation?

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Photorejuvenation is a non-invasive treatment that uses specific wavelengths of light to break down excess melanin and fade discoloured patches, providing an even skin tone.

Reasons to Have IPL for Pigmentation

IPL for pigmentation is an effective solution for:
  • Sunspots
  • Age spots
  • Pigmented patches caused by sun exposure
  • General skin discolouration If you’re looking for a way to rejuvenate your skin and achieve a clearer, more uniform complexion, IPL for pigmentation can be an ideal option.

Benefits of IPL for Pigmentation

  • Targeted Pigmentation Correction
IPL uses cut-off filters to emit multiple wavelengths of light, unlike lasers which only produce a single wavelength. This makes IPL highly effective in reducing the appearance of sunspots, age spots, and other discolouration concerns.
  • Even Skin Tone
The treatment stimulates the skin’s natural healing processes to remove pigmentation discolouration and promote a more uniform skin tone.
  • Collagen Stimulation
An added benefit of IPL for pigmentation is the stimulation of collagen production. Post-treatment, collagen floods to the treated area, improving skin texture, plumping the skin, reducing fine lines, and enhancing overall skin quality.
  • No Downtime
IPL for pigmentation is non-surgical and non-ablative, meaning it does not damage the skin’s surface. Therefore, it requires no downtime, allowing individuals to resume their daily activities immediately after the treatment.
  • Versatile Treatment
IPL can be used on most areas of the body, not just the face, so you can treat pigmentation concerns wherever they occur.

What the Treatment Involves

During the treatment, a therapist will use a handheld wand to target pulses of light into the skin. The excess melanin within the skin absorbs the filtered light, converting it into heat and triggering the body’s natural healing process. After treatment, dark patches may initially darken before gradually lightening. The melanin will begin to crust and slough off the skin, reducing the appearance of pigmentation. This mild crusting usually occurs within two weeks, resulting in brighter, fresher skin. A course of three to six treatments, spaced two to three weeks apart, is recommended for the best results.

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Considering IPL for Pigmentation?

If you are considering IPL for pigmentation, please get in touch with us at Harley Street Clinic Harpenden and Surrey. We provide first-class treatment with excellent patient care, ensuring you have peace of mind that you’ve chosen the best clinic for your procedure. With more than 20 years of experience, we’re a trusted clinic providing an outstanding level of satisfaction for all patients. As part of our service, we will provide you with aftercare and take care of any questions you have before and after treatment. All of our medical practitioners are fully qualified, so all consultations and treatments will be delivered by a professional. Furthermore, all of the products we use are of premium high-grade quality and approved by the MHRA.

To discuss this treatment in more depth, please contact us to book a free consultation with one of our specialists. Call our friendly team on 01737 930400.