Get Rid Of Sun Damage With A Fotofacial!

Using Cutera’s LP560 Fotofacial laser, the skilled technicians at Skin Renew Laser & Vein Clinic are able to improve skin tone and even out pigmentation inconsistencies in just a few short treatments. If age spots and sun damage are making you self-conscious, a series of Fotofacials can help!

What Is A Fotofacial/Photofacial (IPL)?

A Fotofacial is a facial that uses light technology to correct skin pigmentation issues, such as sun damage, age spots, freckles or other brown discolorations. It is a safe and effective method, and can improve skin tone and texture in just a few short treatments.

Will It Hurt?

Most patients typically do not require any sort of pain management for the Fotofacial procedure, but simply feel a slight sting or pinch with each pulse of light.

Will Results Be Immediate?

Most patients are pleased with the results after one to three treatments, but more treatments may be needed for extensive or excessive damage.

What Should I Expect After Each Treatment?

After your treatment, you will notice that the treated areas are darker or possibly swollen. This is totally normal, and can be covered up with make-up. Within three weeks of your treatment, the spots will fall off, revealing even, younger-looking skin.

Will The Treatment Get Rid Of The Spots For Good?

The treated spots will not reappear, although new sun damage may need to be treated later down the line.

Is It Safe For All Skin Types?

Not all skin types can be safely treated. For more information, please call us at 615-376-7700.

If you’d like to know more about Fotofacials and how they can help improve the look of your skin, please give us a call at 615-376-7700 or click here.


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