Lumecca IPL Photofacial

Your Radiance

Unleash the Power of IPL Photofacial with Lumecca

IPL Photofacial is a revolutionary non-invasive cosmetic treatment that harnesses the power of intense pulsed light (IPL) to rejuvenate your skin and bring out its natural radiance. This cutting-edge procedure targets a wide range of skin concerns including sun and age spots, offering numerous benefits for individuals seeking a refreshed and youthful complexion.



  • Reduction of Sun Damage
  • Improved Skin Texture
  • Minimization of Redness
  • Treating Vascular Lesions
  • Non-Invasive and Minimal Downtime
  • Quick and Comfortable Procedure
  • Long-lasting Results
  • Boosted Confidence


  • Sunspots and Age Spots
  • Rosacea
  • Broken Capillaries and Spider Veins
  • Fine Lines and Wrinkles
  • Uneven Skin Tone and Texture
  • Acne Scars
  • Enlarged Pores
  • Freckles and Birthmarks


  • Face
  • Neck
  • Décolletage
  • Hands
  • Arms and Legs
  • Back

Of Action

IPL Photofacial in Land O Lakes, Florida

An IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) photofacial, also known as IPL photorejuvenation, is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure used to improve the appearance of the skin. It utilizes a broad spectrum of light wavelengths to target various skin issues, such as sun damage, age spots, redness, and fine lines. The treatment works on a biomechanical level through a process called photothermolysis.

Frequently Asked Questions

IPL Photofacial 

Here’s how an IPL photofacial works on a biomechanical level:

  1. Absorption of light: During the procedure, a handheld device is used to emit intense pulses of light onto the skin’s surface. This light contains a range of wavelengths that can be adjusted depending on the specific skin concern being addressed. The skin absorbs the light, primarily targeting areas with higher concentrations of melanin (for pigmented lesions) or hemoglobin (for vascular lesions like redness and broken capillaries).

  2. Conversion of light energy into heat: Once the light is absorbed by the targeted pigments (melanin or hemoglobin), it is converted into heat. The light energy is selectively absorbed by the chromophores (targeted pigments) while minimizing damage to surrounding tissues.

  3. Thermal damage: The heat generated during photothermolysis causes controlled thermal damage to the targeted chromophores, such as melanin and blood vessels. This process is essential for treating various skin conditions effectively.

  4. Healing response: The body’s natural healing mechanisms are triggered in response to the controlled thermal damage. The damaged pigmented cells and blood vessels are gradually broken down and absorbed by the body, leading to a reduction in skin discoloration and redness over time.

  5. Collagen stimulation: One of the essential benefits of IPL photofacial is its ability to stimulate collagen production. Collagen is a protein that provides structural support to the skin, keeping it firm and youthful. The controlled thermal damage from the IPL treatment promotes collagen remodeling and synthesis, which helps improve skin texture, reduce fine lines, and enhance overall skin tone and elasticity.

  6. Renewal and rejuvenation: As the damaged cells are removed and collagen production is stimulated, the skin undergoes a renewal process. Over the course of several treatments, the skin’s appearance becomes more even-toned, smoother, and younger-looking.

It’s important to note that IPL photofacials are typically performed in a series of treatments, spaced several weeks apart, to achieve optimal results. The number of sessions required depends on the specific skin concerns being addressed and the individual’s skin type. After the procedure, it is essential to protect the skin from excessive sun exposure and follow post-treatment care instructions provided by the dermatologist or licensed practitioner.

Here are some key factors that can influence the longevity of IPL photofacial results:

  1. Number of Treatments: A series of IPL sessions is typically recommended to achieve optimal results. The number of treatments required depends on the severity of the skin concerns being treated. For mild concerns, 2 to 3 sessions may be sufficient, while more significant issues may require 4 to 6 sessions or more.

  2. Maintenance Treatments: To maintain the results over time, periodic maintenance treatments are often recommended. These maintenance sessions can help to address new skin concerns that may arise due to sun exposure and natural aging.

  3. Sun Protection: Sun exposure is one of the most significant factors affecting the longevity of IPL results. It is essential to protect the treated skin from excessive sun exposure by using sunscreen with a high SPF and wearing protective clothing, especially during peak sun hours.

  4. Skin Care Routine: Following a good skincare routine and using products recommended by your dermatologist can help prolong the results of an IPL photofacial. Regularly using gentle cleansers, moisturizers, and serums with active ingredients can support skin health and maintenance.

  5. Lifestyle Factors: Certain lifestyle habits, such as smoking and excessive alcohol consumption, can negatively impact skin health and, consequently, the duration of IPL results.

  6. Aging Process: While IPL can address specific skin concerns, it does not halt the natural aging process. Over time, new signs of aging may appear, and additional treatments may be necessary to maintain desired results.

As a general guideline, many individuals see noticeable improvement in their skin immediately after their first IPL session, with gradual enhancement continuing over the next few weeks. After completing a series of treatments, the results can be quite significant. To maintain the benefits and extend the longevity of the results, it’s important to adhere to the post-treatment care instructions provided by your dermatologist and follow up with periodic maintenance sessions as recommended.

Before & After