IPL Photorejuvenation

Skin discolouration like blotchy redness and brown pigmentation can have an unwanted effect on the skin: a mottled complexion can appear aged and damaged. Non-invasive IPL Photorejuvenation is ideal for treating brown spots from sun damage and flushing symptoms from rosacea, targeting and correcting the irregular colour variations in the skin for an even skin tone. Press the reset button on your skin’s appearance – IPL Photorejuvenation can help you turn back the clock.

Duration
40-60 min
Available
  • Vancouver
Starting From
$350

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What we do

To address pigmentation irregularities, IPL Photorejuvenation treatments apply flashes of broad-band light to the skin. The targeted colours absorb the light, vessels coagulate and pigment cells disperse. Immediately following treatment, patients may experience light redness and swelling. Over several days, irregular pigmentation can darken before the body clears the targeted cells, revealing an even complexion. Treatment sensation is likened to snaps of an elastic band with comfort interventions very rarely required. Maintenance treatments can keep progressive symptoms of rosacea at bay over the long term.

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COVID-19 Update

Dear PS Family,

We are pleased to announce that we are preparing to reopen our clinics soon. We will be following rigorous social distancing and protective measures to ensure your safety and the safety of our team.

We are currently contacting all patients that were booked. If you wish to add your name to the waiting list, please call us at (604) 732-0800 or send us an email at info@projectskinmd.com. Be sure to include your full name and phone number as well as your preferred provider.

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We appreciate your understanding as it may take us longer than usual to get back to you during this time.

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—Dr. McGillivray and the #PSFamily