IPL Therapy

For an even and radiant complexion

What does IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) do?

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) therapy is a revolutionary non-invasive skin treatment method that harnesses the power of high-intensity pulses of visible light to address a multitude of common skin concerns. This advanced technology is adept at targeting an array of pigmentation irregularities, including but not limited to sun spots, age spots, and freckles, effectively restoring a more even and radiant complexion.

IPL therapy is highly effective in combating vascular issues such as broken capillaries and rosacea, providing relief and noticeable improvement in skin tone and texture. By precisely targeting the affected areas with controlled pulses of light energy, IPL prompts the body's natural healing response, gradually diminishing the appearance of these imperfections for a clearer and more uniform skin tone.

In addition to its pigment-correcting abilities, IPL therapy also boasts collagen-boosting properties. By stimulating collagen production, IPL helps to rejuvenate and firm the skin, visibly reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and other signs of ageing. This dual-action approach not only enhances the skin's overall appearance but also promotes long-term skin health and vitality.

What is the downtime for an IPL treatment?

The downtime for an IPL treatment is typically minimal. Most individuals experience temporary redness and mild swelling immediately following the procedure, similar to a mild sunburn. These side effects usually subside within a few hours to a day. Some individuals may also notice darkening or crusting of pigmented spots, which will gradually flake off over the following week or so. It's essential to follow post-treatment care instructions provided by your skincare professional to ensure optimal results and minimise any potential side effects.


  • Decrease redness and broken veins
  • Improve irregular skin pigmentation
  • Increase collagen
  • Decrease enlarged pores
  • Hair removal

Treatment Elevation - Dermaplane and IPL combination

Dermaplaning is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure that involves using a sterile surgical scalpel to gently exfoliate the surface of the skin, removing dead skin cells and fine vellus hair, commonly known as "peach fuzz." This process leaves the skin feeling smooth and looking radiant.

IPL therapy, on the other hand, uses intense pulses of broad-spectrum light to target various skin concerns such as hyperpigmentation, sun damage, vascular lesions, and unwanted hair. It works by delivering controlled pulses of light energy into the deeper layers of the skin, stimulating collagen production and promoting skin rejuvenation.

By combining dermaplaning with IPL therapy, you're essentially prepping the skin to maximise the effectiveness of the light treatment. Dermaplaning removes the layer of dead skin cells and fine hair that can act as a barrier, allowing the IPL light to penetrate more efficiently into the deeper layers of the skin. This enhances the overall results of the IPL treatment.

After the combined treatment, clients can expect not only the benefits of IPL therapy, such as improved skin tone and texture, reduction of pigmentation, and a more youthful appearance, but also the immediate effects of dermaplaning, including a smoother complexion and enhanced product absorption.

Essential aftercare advice

After undergoing an IPL treatment, it is crucial to follow proper aftercare instructions to promote healing and maximise results. Some essential aftercare advice includes:

  • Protect your skin from sun exposure by wearing sunscreen with a high SPF and avoiding prolonged sun exposure.
  • Avoid hot showers, saunas, steam rooms, and activities that cause excessive sweating for at least 24 to 48 hours post-treatment.
  • Refrain from using harsh skincare products, such as exfoliants or retinoids, for a few days following the procedure.
  • Keep the treated area moisturised to help soothe any temporary irritation and promote healing.

Contact your skincare professional if you experience any unusual or prolonged side effects, such as severe redness, blistering, or excessive pain.

Following these aftercare tips will help ensure that you achieve the best possible results from your IPL treatment while minimising any potential risks or complications.


IPL: €250 per session

Course of 4: €900 (to be paid on the day of first session)

Dermaplane and IPL combination: €300 (60 minutes)