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What Is IPL?

Patients who are concerned about the appearance of sun damage or dark spots in their complexion can be ideal candidates for intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy at Luxe Nova Medical Aesthetics. A photofacial with IPL is a skin treatment for pigmentation issues on the neck and face. We send intense pulses of light energy to start the natural regeneration process and boost collagen production.


As the added nutrients take effect, you should notice a healthier complexion, an enhanced tone, and fewer areas of hyperpigmentation. Even though a photofacial is a noninvasive procedure, it can be highly effective and can create amazing results for your skin. Our Concord, NH team employs Harmony® XL PRO technology from Alma Lasers to complete IPL therapy and can provide a skin consultation to see if this service can help you reach your skin goals.

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How Quick Are The Results From IPL?

Some skin improvements can often be experienced after your Harmony XL PRO IPL session, but the best results typically develop a month after your last treatment. It’s normal for you to see different responses following each session. As time passes, you will most likely experience a gradual improvement in redness, blotchiness, age spots, and sun spots.

How much does IPL cost?

Your complexion issues are unique, meaning the cost of IPL treatments depends on your condition. Luxe Nova Medical Aesthetics sometimes runs special deals, and we accept a range of convenient payment solutions. Our team can help estimate your treatment pricing during your initial visit and discuss the number of visits required to match your goals.

Why should I get multiple IPL sessions?


We recommend getting a series of IPL treatments to produce gradual, natural-looking improvements to the quality of your complexion. Every treatment helps to diminish sun spots and hyperpigmentation. Several sessions also produce longer-lasting aesthetic outcomes.

What are the possible side effects of IPL?


Most patients have minor side effects, such as temporary redness, swelling, bruising, blisters, or crusting. This should fade 2 – 3 days following your treatment. The treated areas will be sun-sensitive, and you should remember that exposure to damaging UV rays can impact your results. You should also wear sunscreen to protect your skin and help avoid skin damage, including redness and sun spots.

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