Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Philadelphia
Over time you may notice that the tone and color of your skin becomes marred by age spots, rosacea, freckles and other pigmentation concerns. Intense pulsed light (IPL), also known as a photofacial, is the gold standard to drastically improve the clarity, tone and texture of the skin. IPL technology utilizes multiple wavelengths of light to penetrate through the skin to rejuvenate the skin starting at the deepest level. Our Skin Care Specialists safely and effectively target a wide range of skin concerns with advanced IPL technology on the face, neck, chest, hands, arms as well as other areas. Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Photofacial Can:
- Diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Eliminate age spots, freckles and brown spots
- Reduce redness and broken capillaries
- Treat melasma and rosacea
- Even skin tone and rejuvenate the skin for a more youthful appearance
Meet Dr. Scott Chapin
Dr. Scott D. Chapin blends medical science, artistry, and humanity in every procedure he performs. As a board-certified plastic surgeon, he specializes in aesthetic surgery, with a particular focus on breast surgery. His national reputation and commitment to excellence make him a top choice for Doylestown and beyond.
Our Customized Approach During your consultation with one of our Skin Care Specialists your skin concerns will be discussed and you will be provided with a customized treatment plan to achieve your goals. Typically, most patients require two or more IPL sessions for optimal results. The IPL laser will emit a high intensity blast of light that penetrates the surface of the skin to the deeper level of the dermis. This light is absorbed by specific pigments in the skin such as blood in vascular lesions or melanin in pigmented lesions. The heat generated in this process treats red and brown pigments in the skin and stimulates collagen and connective tissue for a younger, more rejuvenated appearance. Day of Treatment Prior to your IPL photofacial treatment your eyes will be shielded with a protective eye shield and a topical anesthetic will be utilized to numb and minimize discomfort in the area being treated. Ice and antibiotic cream will be applied to the treated area post treatment. Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Photofacial Recovery There is little to zero downtime associated with Intense Pulsed Light treatment because the top layer of the skin is not damaged. Some patients may experience mild swelling or redness post treatment but the symptoms quickly subside. It is critical to protect the treated areas from the sun with the use of sunscreen. Contact Our Office Our medical aesthetics team serves patients from Philadelphia, Bucks and Montgomery counties. To learn more about our medical skin care treatments or to schedule a complimentary cosmetic consultation, contact our office today.