Photo Rejuvenation

Treat pigmentation and redness.

This pulsed light treatment targets premature ageing to our skin, such as pigmentation, age and sun spots found on the face, décolletage and back of the hands for a refreshed complexion.

The treatment is ideal if you're looking to:

  • Reduce pigmentation, age spots and sun spots
  • Reduce redness
  • Treat broken capillaries, red veins and other minor vascular problems
  • Improve skin texture and tone
  • Stimulate collagen production

For best results, we recommend a regular course of Photo Rejuvenation sessions along with other skin conditioning treatments to help maintain the health of your skin. 

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Photo Rejuvenation

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Reduce pigmentation and age spots

Reduce redness

Stimulate collagen production for a refreshed complexion

Improve skin texture and tone


How does it work?

Photo Rejuvenation uses a Variable Pulsed Light (VPL) system which safely pulses high energy light beams through the skin surface, targeting skin pigmentation in underlying tissue and minor surface blood vessels whilst improving skin texture and overall complexion and encouraging the production of collagen. Once the pigment has been targeted with VPL, it comes to the surface of the skin, which then flakes away. 

Does it hurt?

There is certainly a sensation, but the light pulses are brief, and can be timed for your level of comfort.

How long do the results last?

As long as you protect your face, or skin, from further sun (or wind) damage, this will help results last longer. However, the normal process of ageing will continue, but this should certainly slow it down.*

*Results can vary from person to person and are not guaranteed.


Safe, professional clinic environment

Highly trained Therapists and Registered Nurses 

Leaders in the beauty and skincare industry for over 25 years

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"I was really impressed with my Photo Rejuvenation treatment. I was warned that it would hurt a bit - "mild discomfort" in nurse speak often means something similar to childbirth - but it actually…

– Debbie