Are you self conscious of your uneven skin tone? Have sun spots and sun damage left you feeling bad about your skin?
Individual results may vary. Before and after images shown on the site for informations purposes only. No claims are made that results are guaranteed to be exactly the same.
Dr. Wright uses the Cutera laser exclusively and her IPL hand piece is called the limelight™. She is able to treat brown or red pigmented lesions on the face, neck, and de’collete’. Those bothersome tiny veins are easily treated as well. For some skin types, she can even treat the hands, chest, and arms; which often show our age. IPL stands for intense pulse light. The light is pulsed into the skin and pigmented lesions preferentially take up this energy and convert it to heat. The heat is what breaks up or damages the pigmented lesion and it is absorbed by the body. The procedure is fast and only uncomfortable, not painful.
Uneven skin tone
Angiomas (non-rosacea red pigmentation)
Treatment areas: Face, neck, and de'collete', Hands, chest, and arms (for some skin types)
Skin types: Fitzpatrick Skin Types I-IV
Ideal scheduling: During the fall and winter months (times of lower sun exposure)
Average number of treatments: 3-5 treatments (depending on skin type)
Frequency of treatments: Every 4 weeks
Side effects: Darkening of brown pigmented areas for roughly 3 days, Peeling, red, and irritated skin
Duration of treatment effects: Permanent, though continued sun exposure may require additional treatment.