What does the procedure entail?
Photofacials target damaged skin cells using a range of light waves. The energy from these light pulses causes dark pigmentation to lighten after several sessions.
What can I expect?
Photofacials leave the skin intact so downtime is minimal. Your skin may appear red for up to five days after the treatment. Initially, dark spots will become darker, but will eventually lighten and fade.
Who is a good candidate?
You may be a candidate for this procedure if:
You have brown spots, red spots, broken capillaries, or a dull appearance to your skin.
Real Artistic Outcomes
For aging or sun-exposed skin, sometimes topical treatments are not enough. Targeted use of photofacials can reduce the appearance of brown spots, redness, rosacea, broken capillaries, and stretch marks. Recent advancements have shown that photofacials can rejuvenate skin by stimulating it on a cellular level to increase elasticity and boost collagen production. Photofacials can be used not only on the face, but also on the hands, neck, or body. Dr. Gurley and her team will consult with you to customize a treatment plan that works for your unique skin type.