IPL® Photofacial in Monroe, LA and Southlake, TX
What is an IPL® Photofacial?
Heating the deeper layers of skin with high-intensity-pulsed light corrects common flaws. After the treatment, the skin has a smoother, healthier appearance. Dr. Hopkins may recommend the IPL® Photofacial if you have concerns about:
- Rough skin
- Spider veins
- Age spots and sun spots
- Uneven skin tone
- Port wine stains
How Much Does an IPL® Photofacial Cost in Monroe, LA?
The best results from an IPL® treatment stem from utilizing the technology based upon a personalized plan that considers the patient’s skin type, cosmetic concerns, and other factors. Dr. Hopkins, along with your input, personally develops such a plan during your appointment. You will be informed of all areas involving this treatment plan, including costs, prior to treatments.
What Are the Benefits of an IPL® Photofacial?
- Repairs the skin to correct cosmetic concerns
- Stimulate collagen production to improve texture
- Little to no downtime
- Treatment takes about 30 minutes
How Does an IPL® Photofacial Work?
High-energy light treatments work by using specific wavelengths that are absorbed by the targeted tissues in the skin. The energy is not absorbed by dissimilar tissues. The tissue that does absorb the energy is slowly warmed, and this change in temperature damages the tissue.
What Should I Expect from an IPL® Photofacial?
A device is used to administer the light energy. You may experience a mild warming sensation during the procedure. You may experience some swelling and reddening of the skin which should subside within a few days.
Be Healthy, Be Beautiful. Contact Hopkins Dermatology Today.
Rough skin, sun spots, and visible blood vessels are just some of the skin conditions that can be treated with our IPL® Photofacial. To learn more about this treatments for men and women in Monroe, Alexandria, Shreveport, the Ark-La-Miss, Southlake, TX and the surrounding areas of Northeast Louisiana, contact us to schedule an appointment with board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Janine Hopkins, M.D., F.A.A.D..