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Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is a non-invasive skin rejuvenation treatment that is effective at improving a variety of skin concerns. It is gentle on your skin and pain free. Conditions that can be treated include:
Book a free consultation with one of our skin therapists for a one-to-one skin analysis and patch test, and find out how we can help your skin look it's best.
IPL Single Session
IPL Course of 3 treatments
IPL Course of 6 treatments
Intensive Pulse Light (IPL) treatment is one of the most effective methods of treating skin damage and ageing in a non-invasive and safe way. IPL, unlike laser treatment, is a broad wavelength light that is pulsed onto the skin to promote skin rejuventation and collagen production. It can treat a wide variety of conditions at the same time including ageing and Rosacea. The treatment is pain-free and has minimal discomfort and downtime, allowing you to return to normal activities straight away.
IPL treats Rosacea by using wavelengths that absorb Oxyhemoglobin which is responsible for the redness of the blood. Heat from the Intensive Pulse Light also destroys the capillaries found on the surface of the skin that cause rosacea.
Results can vary based on your individual skin concerns, and you may require multiple sessions to see the best results.
IPL is an advanced technology that can be tailored to individual skin types and conditions, allowing us to treat sensitive skin safely and effectively. IPL can be effective at reducing skin sensitivity. It is important to have a skin analysis consultation and patch test with our expert skin therapists prior to treatment so they can recommend any alternatives if suitable.
An IPL treatment at Kat & Co takes around an hour and includes full facial rejuvenation and treatment for specific skin concerns.
The results will be visible immediately, but a course of treatment may be recommend for optimal results.
IPL is similar to a laser treatment. However, unlike laser, which focusses one wavelength of light on the skin, IPL uses a broad spectrum of wavelengths over a larger area.
IPL is suitable for skin types 1-4. If you have very dark skin, you may not be suitable for IPL treatment. We may not be able to treat you if you are pregnant, have other skin conditions, are on any medication or have recently tanned your skin.