Lumecca

(IPL Laser)

Reduce pigmentation and diminish vascular lesions, including spider veins for brighter, clearer skin.

What is Lumecca?

Lumecca is a non-invasive, intense pulsed light (IPL) that delivers up to 3X more energy to improve efficacy for vascular and pigmented lesions. It is optimized for clinicians to treat a variety of lesions with fewer sessions.

Benefits

  • High efficiency of treatment due to high peak power and optimized output
  • Complete photo rejuvenation in 1 or 2 treatments for most patients (compared to 4-6 treatments with standard IPL’s)
  • Shorter treatment time thanks to large spot size and high pulse repetition rate
  • Strong sapphire cooling tip results in higher treatment comfort

What to Expect After

Lumecca requires no downtime with visible results after only one treatment session. A series of three treatments are recommended for patients with pigmented skin to notice significant improvement in complexion and skin clarity.⁣

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: WHEN WILL I SEE THE RESULTS?

A: Results are visible after only one treatment session. A series of three treatments are recommended for patients with pigmented skin to notice significant improvement in complexion and skin clarity

Q: WHAT IS THE COST OF A LUMECCA TREATMENT?

A: The cost of Lumecca treatments vary in terms of cost depending on the extent of the area treated, how many treatments are necessary and whether other treatments are combined with it. We discuss the cost with you during your consultation, along with our payment and financing options. We accept cash, checks, and credit cards along with offering financing through CareCredit®.

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