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.
How Much Does IPL Cost?
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Cost of IPL
IPL costs a few hundred
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.
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IPL Cost in Richmond, Va
Here in Richmond the average treatment with a physician, and not a "med spa" starts at $250 and can go up to $500.
Packages can be a good option as can treating several areas at the same time, for example a treatment of the face and chest. We offer discounts when multiple areas are treated.
In the right hands, IPL can give fantastic results for redness and pigmentation. It is not suitable for very dark skin, as the risk of pigmentation change is high for these individuals.
We use a newer IPL device which is very powerful, and have many patients who were very happy with their results after only 2 treatments.
Be sure to find someone with experience in operating any type of laser or light-based device, ask to see before and after photos, and ask their qualifications for performing the treatment.
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Cost of IPL
IPL Cost Varies around the Country
Cost of $380
We prefer the Scition Machine, as the wavelengths (BBL) are closer spaced, and the machine is super reliable. Additionally the machine has different foot prints to treat hard to reach areas.
Dr Davin Lim
Cost of IPL
Cost of IPL/BBL
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.
Dr. Jacque P. LeBeau
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