Limelight Photo facial

Is you skin looking a little like this banana? Maybe a little spotted? Book a complimentary consultation and find out how our Limelight Photo facial can rejuvenate your skin.

Let’s face it; if you live in Canada, most of us are happy to see the summer sun. Winter seems to drag on forever and many of us are prone to over-doing it with  sun exposure once the warm weather finally arrives. Nothing beats a relaxing day lounging by the pool or sunbathing at the cottage. Those hours of sun worshipping may have produced a gloriously beautiful tan, but over time, sun damage may have also caused the appearance of those dreaded age spots.

Limelight is an intense pulsed light, IPL, device invented to combat age spots, skin redness, tiny veins and sun damage. The non-invasive treatment works to rejuvenate your skin.

Cutera Limelight is a very sophisticated form of Intense-Pulsed Light (IPL) treatment. Typical improvements with IPL may be subtle, but in many cases that is all the patient needs to return to a state of healthy, glowing skin. More sun damaged skin will usually have a dramatic improvement. Sun exposure and aging can cause discoloration and broken capillaries, causing the skin to appear older or somewhat dull. Limelight serves as a very effective means of correcting conditions of this type, and the precise tuning options incorporated into the device make it superior to other IPL offerings.

Limelight is perfect for the patient with both red and brown discoloration. Limelight also treats discrete vessels versus the diffuse erythema.

What are the points of difference between Cutera Limelight and other IPL’s?

The Limelight is a medical grade, non-invasive light-based treatment for skin rejuvenation. The procedure offers the advantage of improving skin tone and surface imperfections associated with aging and photo damage.

The Limelight is ideal for any part of the face, neck and décolletage with skin redness, tiny veins or brown spots. Light brown spots, which were previously difficult to treat, respond very well to treatment.