I am debating between a series of clean and brilliant or IPL's. What is best for large pores and firmness? I do also have some blotchy skin tones but main focus is firmness and reduction as much as possible or pores. Thank you
Clear and Brilliant Vs IPL?
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This is a GREAT quesion. There are so many devices. I have and use both Clear and Brilliant and IPL regularly in my practice. A board certified dermatologist with a variety of technologies is always the best for guiding these choices. In general IPL is great for redness mixed with brown discoloration in someone wishing mild textural improvement. Clear and Brilliant is more for brown and texture and is best reserved for those without significant redness as a concern. Based on the limited information and without seeing you, it sounds like C and B is best choice.
Clear + Brilliant vs IPL
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Hi Sue. Clear & Brilliant looks like a new device from Solta. The problem with the device is that the company does not provide any details on the website of what wavelength of light it is or how it works (scientifically). If you are concerned with firmness, we would most likely recommend a laser resurfacing procedure that has some downtime like Profractional or other fractional device. Every consumer wants to have great results and no downtime, the problem is that it's not realistic. if you look at the company's own before and after pictures for Clear and Brilliant, we did not find them that compelling. We are also in Los Angeles and offer a comprehensive suite of laser and injection services to improve your skin. See the link below.
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