Photo Facial For Photo Ready You

Witness the luminous change brought about by Photo Facial treatments at SkinnFit. Employing cutting-edge light therapy methods, we address skin imperfections to amplify your innate radiance. Embrace the fusion of art and rejuvenation through SkinnFit’s mastery in Photo Facials.

What Is A Photo Facial?

A Photo Facial, also known as Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatment, employs light energy to target various skin issues. SkinnFit’s Photo Facial procedure addresses concerns like pigmentation, sun damage, redness, and fine lines, promoting a more even-toned and youthful complexion.

I love skinnfit .. had done a photo facial .. could see a remarkable difference.. can’t thank Dr Ruby Sachdev enough .. she is simply the best in her field .. all the very best to her

Reshma Rajpal

When Should You Get A Photo Facial At SkinnFit?

Photo facials are favoured by Hollywood stars and celebrities for their multi-benefit approach. They are particularly useful for:

Addressing Imperfections: Minimise fine lines, acne scars, and skin imperfections for a smoother complexion.

Refining Pores: Reduce pore size, enhancing the overall texture and appearance of the skin.

Evening Skin Tone: Level out skin tone and texture, boosting complexion radiance.

Melasma and Rosacea: Effectively treat melasma and rosacea, diminishing dark spots and redness.

Tackling Hyperpigmentation: Fade age spots, freckles, and hyperpigmentation for a clearer complexion.

Capillary Leakage: Target capillary leakage and redness caused by dilated blood vessels.

Under Eye Enhancement: Diminish the appearance of bags under the eyes, promoting a refreshed look.


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A photo facial, also known as IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) treatment, is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure designed to improve various skin concerns. It works by utilising broadband light energy, rather than a single wavelength like a laser, to target specific skin imperfections. During the treatment, the IPL device emits intense pulses of light that are absorbed by pigmented areas or blood vessels, such as sunspots, age spots, redness, and broken capillaries. The heat generated from the light energy helps to break down these imperfections, promoting their gradual fading or elimination.
A photo facial is a versatile treatment that can address a wide range of skin concerns. It is commonly used to treat sun damage, such as sunspots and age spots, as well as redness and facial flushing associated with conditions like rosacea. IPL can also improve the appearance of vascular issues like broken capillaries and spider veins. Additionally, it promotes collagen production, which helps reduce fine lines and overall skin texture irregularities.
Yes, one of the benefits of IPL treatments is their suitability for various skin types and tones. Unlike some laser treatments that may pose a risk of pigment changes in darker skin tones, IPL does not target specific pigments in the skin. Instead, it focuses on areas with more significant pigmentation variations or redness. However, it is crucial to consult with a skilled practitioner who can assess your skin and tailor the treatment parameters to your specific needs, ensuring both safety and efficacy.
Photo facials typically have minimal downtime. You may experience some mild redness and slight swelling immediately after the procedure, similar to a mild sunburn. These effects usually subside within a few hours to a day. Makeup can be applied shortly after the treatment to conceal any redness. It’s essential to follow your provider’s post-care instructions, including sun protection, to ensure a smooth recovery and the best results.
Photo facials are generally safe when performed by trained professionals. However, some potential side effects may include temporary redness, swelling, and slight discomfort during and immediately after the treatment. In rare cases, there may be pigment changes or blistering, especially if the treatment guidelines are not followed correctly. It’s essential to choose a qualified practitioner and follow their recommendations for pre and post-treatment care to minimise any risks.


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