IPL Skin Rejuvenation
IPL Skin Rejuvenation
- Tighter, Firmer Skin
- Reduces Reddened Skin, Rosacea, Thread Veins
- Reduces Pigmentation, Age Spots
- Reduces Pores and improves Skin Texture
IPL(Intense Pulsed Light)
Sun damage, pigmentation, reddened skin, acne, fine lines?
IPL skin rejuvenation is designed to help reduce the appearance specific skin problems.
IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) treatment provides short bursts of high intensity light to stimulate collagen and volumise the skin. It is often required to have a course of 1 -3 – 6 treatments depending on desired outcomes.
Ideal for dull, tired skin.
CONDITIONS WE CAN TREAT:
- Sun spots and damage
- Softening and reducing Acne Rosacea
- Thread Veins
- Age Spots.
You can rest assured knowing that not only is it a commonly performed procedure, but that you’re in expert hands with our professional practitioners.
Book now and start your journey to the best you.
£99 - £150 Prices are per session, multiple sessions may be required for different conditions.
Usually 30 - 45 minutes.
6-9 months depending on several factors (to be discussed at consultation)
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Book a no obligation, 30 minute consultation with Alison today.
Call Alison07887 808 680
Alison Taylor Registered Nurse
Alison Taylor is a Registered Nurse Prescriber and is highly experienced in medical cosmetic treatments. She has an honest and ethical approach and assesses each person individually and personally.
Alison is trained to an advanced level in facial anatomy and in administering medical cosmetic treatments and has carried out many thousands of treatments. She has a good reputation (see live reviews) and prides herself in carrying out discreet and natural treatments to give you the fresh open look without making it obvious.
Alison is constantly updating her skills to ensure best and latest treatments and has recently started a post graduate L7 degree course in Advanced Clinical Facial Anatomy to further extend her knowledge and safety in practice. You can check Alison’s registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (under her married name Alison Jane Pearce)