IPL PHOTOFACIAL

Improve your skin with this non-invasive treatment that rejuvenates the skin with minimal to no downtime and without damaging the surface of your skin.

IPL PHOTOFACIAL SCOTTSDALE

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) therapy or the “Photofacial” is a non-invasive way to renew your skin’s look and improve color, texture, and tone. During an IPL session, we will treat your skin with light that penetrates the second layer of skin, the dermis. The pigmented cells or hair follicles will absorb the light energy, convert it to heat, and destroy the pigment. It’s an effective way to treat age spots, freckles, broken blood vessels, and more.

100% Free Consultation

Schedule a 100% FREE consultation before you book an appointment. We want you to feel confident before you ever spend a dollar with us.

COST SAVINGS

Patients save so much money because we take a conservative viewpoint when deciding how extensive treatments should be.

FULL-Service Facility

Source of Health is a full-service facility located in Scottsdale, AZ that is staffed by highly trained doctors, nurses, and licensed medical aestheticians.

IT’S QUICK AND EASY

NON-INVASIVE TREATMENT WITH MINIMAL DOWNTIME

Youthful Apperance

MORE YOUTHFUL APPEARANCE

IS VERY AFFORDABLE

BENEFITS

OF IPL PHOTOFACIALS

TREATS A WIDE RANGE OF PIGMENTATION CONCERNS

CAN TREAT STUBBORN ACNE

BEST WAY TO TREAT SUN DAMAGED SKIN

Healthy Skin

PREVEN PREMATURE SKIN AGING

IPL PHOTOFACIAL SCOTTSDALE TREATMENTS

Our IPL PhotoFacial treatments are ideal for those looking to look more youthful, get rid of acne scars, fine lines, wrinkles and many other pigmentation concerns. Our most popular Scottsdale treatment concerns are:

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IPL Sculptra BA1b -01 IPL Sculptra BA1a -01

WHAT IS AN IPL PHOTOFACIAL

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) therapy or the “Photofacial” is a non-invasive way to renew your skin’s look and improve color, texture, and tone. During an IPL PhotoFacial session, we will treat your skin with light that penetrates to the second layer of skin, the dermis, which then encourages collagen and blood vessels to constrict. The pigmented cells or hair follicles will absorb the light energy, convert it to heat, and destroy the pigment. It’s an effective way to treat age spots, freckles, broken blood vessels, and more.

WHAT HAPPENS DURING AN IPL PHOTOFACIAL?

During your IPL PhotoFacial session, your skin will first be cleaned and prepared with a cooling gel. You’ll also be asked to wear dark glasses (certified laser-safe) during the treatment to protect your eyes. The IPL device will be moved across your skin as the technician triggers the pulsed light. The handpiece has a cooling tip, which feels like an ice cube on your skin to chill the treatment area before the device is fired. The bright flash of light creates a snapping sensation that is adjustable to your comfort level. Expect to feel a bit warm for the next couple of hours and stay out of direct sunlight. Sunblock will be applied to sun-exposed areas if needed. In the days afterward, the pigment in the treated areas will rise to the top of your skin and naturally slough off.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING

WHY SOURCE OF HEALTH FOR YOUR IPL PHOTOFACIALS IN SCOTTSDALE?

When you get your IPL Photofacials done atv Source of Health, you’re not only getting quality results, you’re getting a premium experience.

We use thorough consultations to fully understand you and your needs.

We build a long-lasting relationship with you where there is trust and we know your wants and needs.

We utilize the highest grade products, equipment, and technology to ensure that our patients are always getting the gold standard in treatment.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

This varies from patient to patient, however most people see great results with 3-5 treatments.

It is best to have a Photofacial treatment every 4-6 weeks for ultimate results.

 

The treatment will feel like a slight sunburn and that feeling only lasts about the time of the treatment. Some people do feel heat for a couple hours prior, but ice and aloe may be able for patient comfort.

 

Yes. Our treatment modalities are non-invasive, have a minimal recovery downtime, and use your own body’s healing mechanisms to initiate growth and repair of cells and tissues.