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How Much Does IPL Cost?

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Cost of IPL

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IPL is a great treatment for redness, rosacea and superficial pigmentation. Usually three treatments are done at intervals of three weeks. Cost runs anywhere from 300 to 500 per treatment.

Santa Monica Oculoplastic Surgeon
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IPL Prices

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I have seen a huge price range on this particular treatment. I've seen them as low as $150 and as high as $500 to the face. At my office we charge a fair price because I feel it's a wonderful treatment to offer my dermatolgy patients who have suffered from extreme sun damage, rosacea and other pigmented diseases of the skin. It does a great job and the patients are generally very pleased with the results. Most patients need 2-3 treatments and most offices give a discount if you purchase a package of 3 together.

Virginia Beach Dermatologist
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IPL costs a few hundred

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IPl price used to be around $500 per one treatment. As this modality became more popular and available the cost is now also more affordable. It can range between $200 and $350 per one session. Most patients will need series of 5 treatments so, packages are usually are better deals. You should expect to pay for package of 5 IPL's around $1000.

Chicago Plastic Surgeon
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Cost of IPL

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Our office charges $475 for full face IPL, with discounts for added on areas and subsequent treatments.  Depending on your skin type and need, a series of 3-4 may be recommended.  In the right hands, IPL can be a very effective way to remove brown and red spots from your skin. 
Seattle Dermatologist

Cost of IPL/BBL

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Cost is going to depend on the quality of the equipment and operator.

You generally get what you pay for.  An IPL/BBL device does not entail simply flipping a switch and treating a patient.  Each patient is different and different patients with unique skin issues will require adjusting filters, and settings on the device to attain the optimal result.  A individual operating the device without the requisite knowledge of light dynamics and skin anatomy will not likely give you the results you could have achieved otherwise.

I perform all of the photorejuvenation procedures in my clinic and we use the Sciton Joule platform which I believe to be the pinnacle of technology in the field of light based devices.  It is also the most versatile given the fact that it allows me to treat my clients with fractional or ablative resurfacing at the same time as IPL/BBL.

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Dr. Jacque P. LeBeau

Pensacola Facial Plastic Surgeon
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IPL Prices

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Typically, the cost for IPL treatment is $200-$500 per session.  Multiple treatments are often recommended to achieve optimal results.  In our office, we also offer these treatments in a package, reducing the cost per treatment. 

Seattle Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Cost of IPL

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In our office, we do an updated version of IPL called AFT. Depending on the extent of the hyperpigmentation, we charge anywhere from $100-$400 per area. $100 would cover spot treatments, where the $400 would cover a full face and neck treatment. It is the most effective laser for hyperpigmentation (brown or red spots) on the market.

Austin Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 11 reviews

IPL cost $150

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Depending on area being treated and the extent it would be anywhere from $150 and up per treatment.  IPL can be used for photorejuvination, removal of dark spots or sun spots on face hands arms etc, removal of red spots birth marks, rosacea and also hair removal

Los Angeles Dermatologic Surgeon
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IPL Cost is Affordable

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Typically, the cost of an IPL session ranges from $200 to $500, depending on the location and extent of the area treated. A full face treatment is approximately $300 to $400, while treating the entire chest area could be $500. Red scars are treated with IPL (green spectrum), and the cost can range from $100 to $400.

Miami Dermatologic Surgeon
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Between $250 and $500 depending on...

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The average cost for a Fotofacial is between $250 and $500 for the face, neck, or chest. Some patients with Rosacea may just need the cheeks, nose, and chin so the price may be reduced.

Bay Area Dermatologist
4.5 out of 5 stars 12 reviews

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