Pulsed Light

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Photo shower

20 mins

pigmentation, redness


Photoshower targets uneven skin tone through a shower of microsecond pulses that is gentle and non-abrasive.
Get that pre-event glow in 10 minutes!

Pulsed Light

30 mins

Acneic, pigmented, blemishes, rosacea, telangiectasia


The Pulsed light treatment can target your Acne, pigmentation (freckles & lentigines), and telangiectasia. Even out skin tones and get rid of those blemishes!

Pulsed Light Small Areas


Acneic, pigmented, blemishes, rosacea, telangiectasia


5 shots for smaller areas in any part of your body.
Suitable for armpit brightening!

Pulsed Light Neck & Decollete

Acne, pigmentation, blemish, rosacea, telangiectasia


Even out skin tones in these important areas!

What is a Pulsed Light treatment?

Unlike a laser, which produces just one wavelength of light at a time, an (intense) pulsed light system produces a broad band of light of multiple wavelengths. The flashlamp can produce different wavelengths of intense raw light.
These different wavelengths can have different targets when we use special filters to target specific areas.
With our Pulsed Light system we can reach skin pigment, and hemoglobin (in the red blood cells), hair shafts (for hair removal) and the P.acnes bacteria
The pulsed light is delivered as short flashes, which are precisely timed to heat up the target to correct temperature without damaging surrounding tissue.
Pulsed light therapy for skin rejuvenation is also known as a Photofacial or IPL treatment

What does it treat?
Pulsed Light can treat several skin conditions at the same time. It is effective on fine facial blood vessels (pembulu dara), telangiectases, as well as freckles & age spots (lentigines) that are caused by sun damage.

It does not treat deep wrinkles, movement related wrinkles such as frown lines and crow’s feet or deep scars from acne.

What to do before treatment?
Refrain from tanning at least 3-4 weeks before the procedure.

How is it done?

A clear gel is applied to the areas to be treated, and you will wear protective goggles to prevent injury to your eyes. This thin layer of gel is needed to ensure the transmission of light onto your skin. Light will be shot and delivered by a handpiece.
Usually, the entire face is treated during the procedure.

The treatment is associated with minimal pain and an ice pack might be applied immediately after.

What happens after the procedure?
To avoid an pigmentary changes after treatment, you should avoid exposure to sun and use a SPF for several weeks. Skin lightening creams can be used as well.

The pigmented areas such as freckles and lentigines will become darker around three days after treatment. The darker areas can persist for about 7-10 days before disappearing and leaving you with brighter and more evenly toned skin. During the downtime period you can cover up with make-up.

How many treatments are needed?
On average, 4-6 treatments are recommended, scheduled at about 2-4 weeks intervals. Each session is about 10-20 minutes (without EMLA), with clients returning to normal activity after wards.

Improvements are gradual with minimal to almost no downtime.

Is it safe?
When used by our trained staff, it is a safe procedure with minimal side effects. Slight redness may occur after the procedure; it will usually disappear after a few hours. Uncommon side effects include superficial blistering, especially when treating tanned or darker skin tones.

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