Inmode’s Lumecca Intense Pulse Light Skin Rejuvenation (IPL) is a premier solution to improve your skin’s complexion, reverse signs of aging, and fade hyperpigmentation. You can expect clear, beautiful skin in just 10 days,
The Lumecca IPL Photofacial is a non-invasive treatment that reduces sun damage, skin pigmentation, thread veins, brown spots, and more. Using intense, specific light waves that penetrate the skin’s surface, it breaks down areas of pigment and discoloration with no downtime.
Starting at $300 per session. Packages available for multiple sessions.
The length of a Lumecca IPL treatment depends on the area being treated. Plan on spending around 45 minutes with us for your treatment.
The tone of red or brown spots may darken or redden immediately post-treatment. Around 7-10 days, you will notice the treated skin blemishes fading away, leaving behind an even skin tone and glowing complexion.
Photos courtesy of InMode Aesthetic Solutions. Please keep in mind that each patient is unique, and your results may vary. Depending on your goals, multiples sessions may be recommended for optimal results.
Lumecca IPL is not described as a “painful” treatment, and is more of a “snapping rubber band” feeling. The tip of the Lumecca device is crafted from sapphire which provides a wonderful cooling sensation.
Lumecca Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is a non-invasive treatment with little to no downtime. Following treatment, the overall look of your skin is more even and radiant. We recommend limiting sun exposure for two weeks following treatment, and as always, wearing medical grade SPF.
We always start with a detailed consultation to determine if Lumecca is the right treatment to address your skincare concerns. Contact us to schedule a complimentary consultation.
Improvements to your skin tone can be achieved in as little as just one IPL treatment session. For optimal results, most patients typically opt for three treatments.
Lumecca can be optimized for any area of the body. The most common treatment areas are those that are regularly exposed to the sun such as face, neck, chest, legs, hands and arms.