IPL- Photo Rejuvenation

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IPL Photo Rejuvenation in Ballina

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) technology is a treatment breakthrough that can correct a variety of benign skin conditions, such as facial skin imperfections, the signs of photo aging, pigmentation, freckles, unsightly small veins and other blemishes. It offers a safe, non-invasive solution that can be tailored to your individual condition and skin type, providing superior cosmetic results and outstanding satisfaction.

Facial capillary care

Due to the delicate nature of capillaries, we only treat facial capillaries. Using the Lux G Handpiece, we selectively target the capillary, using heat and light to thermalize and expand the capillary wall. In some instances, we are able to diminish the capillary immediately, in other cases, it may take 2-3 treatments. 

When the capillary is still visible, it may take 2- 3 days for the redness to disappear, then a slight brown or flaking will take place. With our customised methods, we do not use ice in any of our vascular treatments; we find this inhibits good results. Most importantly, though, it is essential to use the correct fluency and joules to avoid burning and possible long-term damage to the skin. SPF 30+ is an essential part of our treatment and correct aftercare is a must. Treatment is usually fortnightly or monthly. 

We offer affordable premium spa treatments

Cost and frequency

Consultation Holding Deposit - $50

Prices vary per treatment area and every procedure is completely personalised for each individual. A holding deposit is required at time of booking and refunded at course/treatment end or after consult if no further appointments are booked. IPL treatments make pigmentation, solar lentigos and age spots all a thing of the past. Years of sun damage and exposure can be treated in a series of 4-6 treatments using our Lux G and Lux Y handpieces for superior skin rejuvenation.

We usually recommend treatments every 2-4 weeks and it is expected that the skin surface will take on a brown, flaky appearance as underlying melanin makes its way to the skin's surface. Equally important is the use of SPF 30+ and trying to avoid any more direct sun exposure during and after treatment. We highly recommend the use of exfoliant and serums to regenerate.
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IPL FAQ


What qualifications does the technician have?

In NSW, there is currently no legislation regarding the use of IPL and laser machinery. As a technician and qualified trainer of IPL and IPL operators, each of our beauty therapists have had many months of training to ensure you receive a safe and comfortable treatment. Side effects are less likely to occur when treatments are performed by an experienced and certified technician. 

All of our technicians undergo extensive post-graduate training at various facilities not only in Australia but around the world. We are members of W.A.L.T. (the World Association for Laser Therapy) and L.I.A. (the Laser Institute of America). All of our staff have passed the L.S.O. certification and specialise in IPL.

Why are treatment prices different?

Over the last 3 years, many machines have hit the market that simply do not give the positive results that true IPL treatments provide. We are proud to use only the Palomar Star Lux and Multi Lux systems. The Star Lux alone can deliver up to 70 cj, but at the same time keeping the skin cool and protected. Many companies are offering their treatments at greatly discounted prices as their machines deliver only 5- 10 joules of power, roughly the equivalent of sitting under a light bulb. 

Our machines on average deliver 20-45 joules per treatment, but can and do go to 70 joules. Essentially, when using other companies, you waste time and money in the long term.  
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