IPL Skin Rejuvenation


At Elipsa, I offer a wide range of skin treatments and hair removal procedures, using laser technology for the best results.

IPL+RF (E-LIGHT)  combination of 3 processes

IPL+RF (E-light ) combines three advanced technologies: Bipolar Radio Frequency, Intensive Pulse Light and Skin Contact Cooling. When the three are combined in one treatment, the result if phenomenal. The energy of radio frequency can reach the middle and deep layers of the skin and heat up the tissue, meaning lower energy can be applied duringthe E-light treatment. The cooling system involved in E-light can also ease the uncomfortable feeling.
 It is also quick, gentle and non-invasive. There is no after-pain and it is very safe. You can return to normal activities immediately after treatment.

IPL Skin Rejuvenation

Can improve the overall tone and texture of skin and help to reduce the visible signs of ageing. This treatment can boost collagen, firm facial contours and improve the appearance of scarring, fine lines and wrinkles. The best results are achieved with a course of 4 treatments spaced at 3 weeks intervals, followed by maintenance treatment at least twice
a year to maintain results.

Thread veins

Facial broken veins are small unsightly superficial red, purple or blue veins which appear around the nose and across the cheeks and chin. These broken veins occur when the veins dilate and become larger so they are visible through the transparency of the skin. Facial veins may be hereditary or as a results of a variety of factors including damage from sun exposure, wind and extreme temperatures. Thread veins can be treated elsewhere on the body dependent on location and size.

Acne treatment

This treatment destroys the most common bacteria that causes acne. The E-light therapy is one of the safest acne treatments available proven to be extremely effective on moderate inflammatory acne.
If you are looking for IPL+RF Skin Rejuvenation 
in Basingstoke, Reading and the surrounding areas, call Elipsa on
07403 148 025
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