IPL Photofacial for the Toronto Area

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What is IPL Photofacial?

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) is a laser technology used to treat a variety of skin problems.

Intense Pulsed Light can be used for the treatment of brown spots, such as sun spots, age spots and freckles. It is most frequently used to treat spots on the face, neck, chest, upper shoulders, arms and the back of your hands.

Learn more about what an IPL Photofacial session could do for Toronto-area residents seeking treatment for flat, pigmented spots on the face, arms, chest, or elsewhere. Call Kingsway Dermatology and Cosmetic Centre at 416–231–0100 to talk to an expert, or schedule a free consultation.

IPL is also helpful in the treatment of redness, including broken blood vessels (telangiectasia), generalized redness, rosacea and facial flushing.

Results from IPL photofacial treatments are best when performed by experts. At Kingsway Dermatology & Cosmetic Centre in Toronto, our team is comprised of true experts in skin. We can provide an accurate diagnosis and the best treatment regimen to optimize your results.

Rejuvenate your skin and reduce sun damage for a more even, smooth and glowing tone with IPL at Kingsway Dermatology and Cosmetic Centre.

How Does IPL Photofacial Work?

While a laser provides a beam in a very narrow wavelength, the light used in an IPL Photofacial session is considered broad spectrum, but is still very intense. That intensity allows it to hit the surface of the skin where it eliminates damage, and to penetrate below the surface, where it stimulates collagen production.

Since collagen is a natural protein that gives skin elasticity and strength, new collagen will create a healthier look by adding volume to skin that is wrinkled and uneven—a perfect complement to the reduction in acne, rosacea redness and large pores.

An IPL Photofacial treatment is a popular choice in the Toronto area for people looking to get smooth, clearer skin without trying a lot of different procedures. Contact Kingsway Dermatology and Cosmetic Centre to schedule a consultation or call 416–231–0100.