If you notice visible blood vessels on your face or a flushing appearance, you may have rosacea. The Med Spa on Randolph offers IPL therapy using the cutting-edge Lumecca device to tackle rosacea concerns and help you achieve smooth, clear skin.
Redness With IPL
Rosacea treatment addresses the persistent redness and visible blood vessels commonly associated with the condition. Intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy offers an advanced solution for rosacea. By emitting controlled pulses of light, IPL targets and minimizes redness, broken capillaries, and other signs of rosacea. This non-invasive procedure promotes clearer skin and a more balanced complexion, helping you effectively manage the symptoms.
- Persistent facial redness
- Visible blood vessels (telangiectasia)
- Flushing and blushing
- Pimple-like bumps (papules)
- Visible facial veins
- Irritated, sensitive skin
Lumecca IPL therapy involves channeling broad-spectrum light wavelengths to target hemoglobin in blood vessels and melanin in the skin. The light energy is absorbed, transforming into heat, which selectively damages the dilated blood vessels and hyperactive pigmented cells responsible for rosacea symptoms. This process prompts your body to eliminate and metabolize the damaged blood vessels and capillaries, leading to the gradual reduction of redness, visible blood vessels, and other symptoms of rosacea.
- Reduced redness and flushing
- Improved skin texture and tone
- Non-invasive solution
- Quick and convenient sessions
- Minimal discomfort during treatment
- Little to no downtime
Treatment Starts Now
The Med Spa on Randolph is dedicated to helping you achieve the clear and radiant complexion you deserve. We use the cutting-edge Lumecca IPL for rosacea treatment in Crown Point to address the root cause of your symptoms and help you achieve luminous skin. Take the first step toward healthier skin by scheduling a consultation with our skincare specialists. We’ll tailor a treatment plan to address your concerns and help you regain confidence in your complexion.