BROWN SPOT REMOVAL / IPL
Transform Your Skin with CUTERA® Limelight IPL
Say goodbye to acne scars, rosacea, brown spots, and sun damage with CUTERA® Limelight IPL. Our non-invasive laser treatment uses Intense Pulsed Light technology to deliver fast and effective results, leaving you with clear, glowing skin.
How Does Limelight IPL Work?
The Limelight IPL laser uses three specific wavelengths that can be adjusted to target different skin conditions. The laser technology is able to seek out specific pigments in the skin, such as dark spots and acne scarring, and tighten pores for a clearer complexion. The result is smoother, more even skin tone and a radiant glow.
Is Limelight IPL Safe?
Yes, Limelight IPL is a safe and non-invasive treatment.
What Can I Expect During the Procedure?
During your Limelight IPL treatment, you will wear protective eyewear to protect your eyes from the bright light. The laser handpiece will be gently applied to your skin, and you may feel a warm sensation.
The entire treatment typically takes between 30-45 minutes, and you can return to your normal activities immediately after the procedure.
Results You Can See
You will see visible results after just one treatment, with continued improvement over the next several weeks. You can expect to see a reduction in redness, brown spots, and uneven skin tone, as well as smoother, tighter pores.
With regular treatments, you can maintain a clear, glowing complexion for years to come.
Get the Clear, Radiant Skin You Deserve with Limelight IPL
If you’re ready to transform your skin, contact me today to schedule your IPL consultation. I will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that will leave you with the clear, glowing skin you deserve.
My Promise To You
I, Tamra Bedford, personally start and finish every treatment with each patient, as opposed to your seeing a new or different laser nurse each treatment at other practices. I have over 20 years experience and I am committed to successfully delivering quality results to each and every patient.