Why Lumecca IPL Photofacial?

Lumecca is designed with 3 times more energy than comparative IPL machines, the devise offers the most effective + powerful intense pulse light treatment. Lumecca has built-in safeguards + a strong sapphire cooling tip to ensure that all sessions are comfortable + relatively pain-free. Lumecca targets age spots, sun damage, vascular lesions, rosacea, freckles, uneven skin tone, surgical scars, pigmented stretch marks, liver spots + birth marks.

How Does it Work

Lumecca harnesses the power of intense pulsed light (IPL) technology to rejuvenate the skin by targeting and treating various skin imperfections. Its unique strength lies in delivering concentrated light pulses more effectively than traditional IPL systems, allowing it to penetrate deeper into the skin. This targeted light energy is absorbed by pigments in the skin + by blood vessels in cases of vascular lesions, leading to their destruction and subsequent natural removal by the body's immune system. This process not only clears pigmentation + reduces redness but also stimulates collagen production, enhancing skin texture + firmness. The adaptability of Lumecca's settings ensures it can be precisely tailored to address a broad spectrum of skin issues across different skin types, making it a versatile choice for skin rejuvenation.

What to Expect

The treatment is quick with minimal discomfort. After the session, you might notice slight redness or warmth in the treated area which usually subsides within a few hours. In the days following, pigmented spots may darken before they begin to fade or flake off, revealing clearer, more even-toned skin. Vascular lesions may also visibly reduce as they are absorbed by the body. The full benefits of Lumecca unfold over several weeks, as the skin repairs itself and produces new collagen, resulting in a smoother, firmer, and rejuvenated appearance. 3-6 sessions 4 weeks apart are recommended for optimal results, with improvements becoming more pronounced after each treatment.

Before + Afters