Lumecca Liverpool, Manchester, London, Isle of Man

Introducing Lumecca

Lumecca is the most potent intense pulsed light treatment for pigmented and vascular lesions. Intense pulsed lights are used in the photothermolysis technique by Lumecca to target vascular lesions and pigmented skin. Lumecca will improve your skin's clarity, texture, and appearance of sun damage and redness.

We consult and discuss with each client to understand their specific goals and treatment outcomes so that we can treat on an individual level and provide an outcome that both myself and the client are satisfied with.

How does Lumecca Work?

The Lumecca IPL laser employs photo-thermolysis, delivering particular light wavelengths that interact with red and brown pigments in the skin. These pigments absorb the light and are frequently destroyed in a single session without having an impact on or harming nearby tissue.?

There will be a bright beam of light and a subtle prickly sensation during your Lumecca treatment. Skin redness and slight warming are common and usually go away within an hour.

What Does Lumecca Treat?

  • Rosacea (redness)
  • Freckles
  • Sun damage
  • Vascular lesions, including facial telangiectasias
  • Age spots (red/brown pigmentation) (spider veins)

Lumecca FAQs

What areas can be treated?
Lumecca can be applied to any part of the body. The most treated areas are those that are regularly exposed to sunlight. Face, neck, décolletage, hands, and arms are frequently included.

How many sessions are recommended?
1 - 3 sessions

When will you see the results?
Results for sun damage and skin tone can sometimes be seen a few days after your treatment. Over time, the skin will continue to look younger and more radiant, with the most obvious effects visible in 1-2 weeks. Multiple photo facial sessions will improve the outcome. Results from vascular treatments, such as spider or leg veins, can be seen in as little as two weeks.

Are there any side effects?
Most patients have no side effects, or any skin reaction usually resolves within a few hours. However, patients may experience sensitivity to sunlight immediately following treatment. Therefore, it is advised to avoid tanning and direct sunlight.

Lumecca Before & After

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