IPL (Intense Pulsed Light)

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) is a popular treatment at our High Wycombe clinic. It is used to improve a variety of skin conditions to give an overall clearer and smoother complexion, resulting in a younger looking skin, so is generally described as Skin Rejuvenation.

IPL Buckinghamshire

Typical kinds of skin issues that can be treated using IPL include:

Areas that are often treated with IPL are not limited to just the face but the chest, decollatage, arms and other parts of the body. Various red or brown coloured skin blemishes can be removed or improved with IPL Skin Rejuvenation.

Benefits of Intense Pulsed Light

Although we may like some of our unique skin markings, such as birthmarks or beauty spots we were born with, sometimes blemishes appear over time that were just not there before. That annoying red spot on the end of your nose, or the redness on your cheeks just seems to be getting worse and not fading, or maybe your hands are looking a bit aged with uneven freckle spots…

Skin Rejuvenation in High Wycombe

Well, it’s great to know there could be a solution waiting for you to reduce or remove these blemishes. As little as one treatment can leave your skin looking and feeling smoother and clearer, resulting in a dewy collagen boost too!

How IPL treatment works?

We use the American made Viora V20 IPL system, a New York based company founded in 2005 and is used worldwide.

IPL Applicator

The V20 IPL system has a high quality Intense Light output, providing a consistent and uniform energy delivery, that means results are more predictable and consistent. Viora have built in user controls that enable the practitioner to fine tune the settings in order to optimise the treatment results.

The therapists using the Viora IPL system are highly trained and experienced to know exactly how and when to make these adjustments so your treatment is fully optimised.

How to find out more about IPL?

For more detailed information, you can download the consultation form that explains how the treatment works and what to expect and the possible side effects to be aware of. 

You can also ask a question by sending us an email or book in for a consultation where everything can be explained to you.

Before going ahead with a full treatment, you are required to first have a consultation and the areas to be treated with a small test area first.