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Lumecca IPL 515 Diode (Skin Types I, II)

Years of sun exposure, whether intentional or unintentional, can lead to various skin concerns such as wrinkles, pigmentation spots, redness, and rough texture. Fortunately, there is a groundbreaking light-based technology that offers a safe and non-invasive solution to restore a youthful look to the skin.


Unlike traditional laser resurfacing and deep chemical peels, IPL Photo rejuvenation does not require breaking the skin’s outer layer, minimizing the risk of complications, and reducing downtime. This makes it an ideal option for individuals who cannot afford any significant recovery period.

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YHVH Medical Aesthetics is a registered provider of Inmode’s Lumecca IPL 515 Diode Technology.

How it works?

During a Lumecca treatment, a layer of cooling gel is first applied to the skin to enhance comfort and protect the surface. The patient is provided with protective goggles to shield the eyes from the intense light. The handheld IPL device is then gently placed on the skin, and the operator controls the delivery of light pulses to target the specific treatment area. With each pulse of light, patients may experience a sensation like the snapping of a rubber band against the skin. However, this discomfort is generally well tolerated, and many individuals do not require any form of analgesia during the procedure. 

If desired, a topical anesthetic can be applied prior to the treatment to further minimize any discomfort. The light pulses penetrate the skin and target the specific chromophores, such as melanin or hemoglobin, depending on the treatment goal. The heat generated by the light energy stimulates collagen production, promotes skin rejuvenation, and addresses various skin concerns.

At YHVH Medical & Aesthetic Clinic, Lumecca - IPL Treatment Improves:
  • Rosacea (Redness)
  • Vascular Lesions (Angiomas, Spider Veins, Port Wine Stains, Hemangiomas, Telangiectasias)
  • Age Spots (Red/Brown Pigmentations)
  • Sun Damage
  • Freckles
  • Uneven Skin Tone (Dyschromia)
  • Ephelides
  • Scars
  • Striae (Stretch Marks)
  • Excessive Hair
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Details:

Procedure time: IPL treatment duration varies based on the area being treated, ranging from 40 minutes for small areas to around 110 minutes for larger areas. The specific treatment time will be determined by our YHVH Medical Aesthetic Laser Technicians.

Downtime/Recovery time: IPL treatments generally require minimal downtime. Patients may experience temporary redness or mild swelling, which typically resolves within a few hours to a couple of days.

Pain level: IPL treatments may cause a sensation like a rubber band snapping against the skin. However, most patients find the discomfort tolerable, however with Triton’s cool contact technology, the pain is immediately relieved.

Number of sessions required: The number of sessions needed depends on the specific condition being treated and individual factors. Typically, a series of 3-6 treatments spaced a few weeks apart is recommended to achieve optimal results.

Results: After an IPL treatment, you may experience temporary redness, which typically resolves within a few hours. It’s normal for pigmentation to darken briefly before fading. As the redness subsides, you will notice improved skin texture, reduce fine lines, and minimize pore size. The treatment also targets tiny vessels, reducing their visibility and improving overall redness. With increased collagen production, your skin will appear firmer and more resilient over time.

Risks/Side effects: IPL treatments carry some potential risks and side effects. These may include temporary redness, mild swelling, and discomfort in the treated area, which usually resolve within a few hours to a couple of days. In rare cases, IPL can cause temporary or permanent changes in skin pigmentation, leading to darkening or lightening of the skin. It’s important to follow pre and post-treatment care instructions provided by our YHVH Medical Aesthetic Clinic.

Contraindications for treatment: IPL treatments have certain contraindications that should be considered. These include being pregnant, having active infections or skin conditions in the treatment area, recent sun exposure or tanning, recent use of certain medications that increase skin sensitivity to light like Accutane and Epuris, a history of skin cancer, having dark or recently tanned skin, and having open wounds or skin lesions. It is essential to inform our YHVH Medical Aesthetic Laser Technician about any relevant medical history and medications before undergoing IPL.

Booster/ Maintenance treatment: Booster and maintenance sessions are recommended to optimize and prolong IPL results. Boosters are scheduled a few months later, while maintenance treatments are done every 6 to 12 months. These sessions help sustain the benefits of IPL and keep your skin refreshed.

*All new IPL clients are required to book a complimentary consultation prior to your first appointment to ensure your candidacy for the procedure. Our Laser Aesthetician/Technician will test your skin for any allergic reaction by applying an IPL patch before 24-48hrs of the actual treatment.*

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Price & Financing

The Lumecca – IPL treatment price is starting at $150 per treatment, depending on the area under the treatment. 

Additional: If you get three to six (3-6) Lumecca – IPL treatments you will get an additional 25% – 27% discount from the original single treatment price.

For the complete price and package details see our price list.

Need help with financing?

YHVH Medical & Aesthetic Clinic is proud to offer convenient financing options throughout our partnership with Medicard, ensuring you can access the desired treatment you deserve with an affordable payment plan.

Applying for financing is quick and easy, simply click the button below to visit the online application.

Medicard will handle the payment directly to us, and you can enjoy the convenience of pre-authorized monthly or semi-monthly payments.

By Choosing medical financing option, you can benefit from competitive interest rates specifically tailored for healthcare related experiences, helping you save a significant amount compared to using a credit card.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Laser and IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) are both light-based technologies used for various cosmetic treatments, but they differ in some key aspects. Laser devices use a single wavelength of focused light to target specific skin concerns, providing precise and concentrated energy. IPL, on the other hand, uses a broad spectrum of light wavelengths to address a wider range of skin issues. Laser treatments tend to be more focused and powerful, making them suitable for precise treatments such as hair removal or tattoo removal. IPL treatments are more versatile, targeting multiple skin concerns like pigmentation, redness, and texture irregularities.

The common and expected side effects. When pigmented spots or lesions are treated with IPL the pigment actually rises through the various layers of the skin. Once pigmentation makes it to the epidermis it may appear as a black or darker spot which will eventually flake off after a few weeks. 

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Disclaimer: As with any medical procedure, the suitability of the above treatments may vary for each individual. It is essential that a highly skilled practitioner evaluates each patient's suitability before proceeding with the treatment. Moreover, the responsible practitioner should diligently inform patients about any potential risks associated with the procedure, as well as provide comprehensive guidance on pre and post-operative care. Additionally, it is crucial to note that individual outcomes can differ, and there are no absolute guarantees of specific results.