IPL Photofacial is a revolutionary advance in laser cosmetics that removes discoloration and textural irregularities, resulting in the appearance of healthier, brighter and more vibrant skin. Photofacial is a laser rejuvenation treatment offered by Trifecta Med Spa in NYC and Long Island with Lumenis M22 Laser.
Lumenis M22 is the latest and most up to date laser in the field of cosmetic dermatology, and combines the best features of lasers which have come before, all in one highly effective device.
One of the major advantages of the Lumenis M22 laser is that it allows treatment for many different skin conditions, and provides better results than any laser before, which is fantastic news for anyone who has been living with a condition which affects their self-esteem in an adverse way.
If you suffer from sun damage or other environmental damage, Photofacial works exceptional well at removing discoloration, improving skin texture and tone while providing a slight tightening effect to the skin.
Photofacial successfully treats:
Facial Telangiectasia (Spider Veins)
Fine lines and mild scarring
Age spots/ sun spots
Diffused redness and small facial capillaries
Uneven skins and dull complexions
With Photofacial treatments, there is no down time related with ablative lasers and deep peels. Using the revolutionary Lumenis M22 Laser, we at Trifecta Med Spa in NYC and Long Island can significantly improve the look of sun-damaged skin and help patients with stubborn redness and flushing of rosacea.
IPL Photofacial before and after treatment
Photofacial treatment at Trifecta Med Spa usually take 30 minutes, and the slight redness is usually gone by the time you are back home. Treatments are done every three weeks. After five procedures, most of our clients are so happy with their results that they choose to do more. However, some patients opt to come in for maintenance treatments 1-2 times a year after finishing their treatment series.
Please call (212) 233-2919 for your complimentary Photofacial consultation at Trifecta Med Spa in NYC or Long Island.