Photo Facials in San Antonio

Photo Facials in San Antonio

Problem: Sun damage, skin aging, wrinkles, and acne scars can lead to low self-esteem and diminished confidence.

The sun is the primary cause of premature skin aging and wrinkles. Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun damages skin cells, which can lead to wrinkling and dark spots. A lack of vitamin D can also lead to low self-esteem and diminished confidence.

Agitate: Who doesn’t want their skin to look and feel healthy and natural? Who doesn’t want to take better care of their skin for themselves or for their loved ones and have sun-damaged skin repaired.?

Solve: Our Medical Spa offers a variety of non-surgical procedures such as chemical peels, laser treatments, facials, and microdermabrasion. We are here to help you achieve the clear skin you deserve!

The Photo Facial

One of the most popular treatments for sun-damaged skin is IPL or Intense Pulse Light Therapy. The procedure uses pulses of light that are absorbed by the dark pigment in our skin and converted to heat. This heat damages the hair follicles and slows or stops hair growth.

In IPL, a dermatologist will use a handheld device that contains many small light-emitting diodes, or LEDs. These emit laser lights at various wavelengths that go deep into your skin and target different pigments with different frequencies. It is not painful but feels like a hot rubber band snap on your skin.

IPL can offer significant benefits for those who have spent too long unprotected in the sun – it can help to reduce redness, brown spots, white patches, and large pores on the face as well. Video credit:

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