Lumecca is a revolutionary intense pulsed light that offers up to three times the energy to improve efficacy in vascular and pigmented lesions. This is ideal for treating pigmentation, superficial vessels, skin damage, and/or photodamage.
IPL treatments improve the tone of the skin, decrease skin imperfections, and make patients appear younger. IPL “photofacial” treatment can help with age spots (red/brown pigmentation), sun damage, vascular lesions (spider veins, port wine stains, leg telangiectasias), rosacea, and freckles. Lumecca takes 1-2 treatments as opposed to the 4-6 required by regular IPL. The treatment time is decreased due to the big spot size and high pulse repetition. Lumecca also features a powerful sapphire cooling tip to improve treatment comfort. Lumecca is the most powerful and secure.
Lumecca IPL Laser Pricing
Full Face: 3 sessions for $1,200
Face + Neck: 3 sessions for $2,000
Chest: 3 sessions for $1,300
Face, Neck + Chest: 3 sessions for $2,600
Hands: 3 sessions for $900
Legs: 3 sessions for $2,400
Arms: 3 sessions for $2,000
*Single sessions and spot-treating are available for touch-ups only
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CONTRAINDICATED IN FITPATRICK SKIN TYPES IV-VI
What factors influence the Fitzpatrick skin phototype? The quantity of melanin pigment in the skin determines the Fitzpatrick skin type (or phototype). This is determined by skin color (white, brown, or black) and the effect of ultraviolet light exposure (tanning). Pale or white skin burns quickly and tans slowly and unevenly: it requires extra sun protection. Darker skin burns less and tans faster. It is also more prone to post-inflammatory coloration following injury (brown marks). Fitzpatrick skin phototype is a genetic trait that is present at birth. Those with photosensitivity may burn quickly in the sun as a result of an illness, condition, or medicine; nonetheless, their tanning ability is unaffected by their photosensitivity.
I Pale white skin, blue/green eyes, blond/red hair (Always burns, does not tan)
II Fair skin, blue eyes (Burns easily, tans poorly)
III Darker white skin (Tans after initial burn)
IV Light brown skin (Burns minimally, tans easily)
V Brown skin (Rarely burns, tans darkly easily)
VI Dark brown or black skin (Never burns, always tans darkly)
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