IPL - Photorejuvenation

IPL - Photorejuvenation from Queens Quay Medical Spa

By: Queens Quay Medical Spa  04-03-2012
Keywords: rosacea, Acne Treatments, Spider Vein Removal

Photo rejuvenation (IPL) is a method that uses intense light in order to provide a less invasive way of achieving smoother, younger looking skin. Photorejuvenation can provide many benefits that can include virtually no recovery time and little discomfort. Other benefits include; regaining a more youthful look (through collagen stimulation), reducing wrinkles, enhancing self-esteem, reducing the effects of rosacea, reducing the size of pores (by lessening oiliness) and providing a more even skin tone (by removing age spots, sun spots and darker blotches on the face).

Can be used on/for: Face, neck, sun spots, rosacea, spider veins, cleavage

To find out more, check is out at: http://qqmedspa.com/service-ipl

Keywords: Acne Treatments, rosacea, Spider Vein Removal

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