Adrienne Aesthetics

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At Adrienne Aesthetics we understand that acne can have a negative effect on your life. Even mild breakouts can make you feel less than confident. Adrienne is experienced and knowledgeable and will work with you to find the best possible solution for you. One of the best solutions to treat acne is with IPL. 

IPL- (Intense Pulse Light) for Acne?

Acne can be effectively treated with Intense Pulsed Light alone or in combination with other clinical treatments. Intense Pulsed Light treatments greatly reduce the number and severity of active lesions, lessening the inflammation and frequency of break-outs.

What is acne?

Acne is a common skin condition involving the oil-producing glands in the skin. Symptoms: Acne spots (sometimes called zits or blemishes) can include blackheads, whiteheads, pimples, and large, red, painful bumps and cysts.

Type of acnes


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IPL Acne Treatment

IPL Acne Treatment

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IPL Acne Treatment

IPL Acne Treatment

Course of 6 Sessions

The good news is YES all types of ance can be treated. 

The light emitted from the Intense Pulsed Light system directly targets overactive sebaceous glands, greatly reducing the total number and severity of active lesions, and lessening the inflammation and occurrence of break-outs. The light stimulates the production of new collagen to improve skin texture, and can also reduce the appearance of red or brown areas of skin that are often associated with acne breakouts.

A layer of chilled gel is applied to the skin to help guide the light. The light guide is placed onto the skin and a short pulse of light is released. The applicator is passed over the skin several times before moving onto the neighbouring area, and the process is repeated until the whole area is treated. Each pulse of light treats a large area of skin and so the duration of the treatment is very short. The gel is removed and the skin is moisturised. During treatment, protective eyewear will be provided.

Almost everyone can be treated, apart from very dark-skinned or tanned individuals. If you are pregnant or taking Roaccutane (an acne medication) it is best not to undergo laser or Intense Pulsed Light treatment.

Treatment is mildly uncomfortable but no anesthesia is required. Many people describe the sensation as similar to the flick of an elastic band.

Immediately after treatment, the skin may appear red and a warm tingling sensation may be felt. Typically the skin is cooled to ease any discomfort and a calming gel is applied.

The treated area can become quite red immediately after treatment but this usually disappears within a couple of hours. Most people experience no other side effects but very rarely a small blister could form or the skin may become temporarily lighter or darker.