Starlux IPL is the most advanced Intense Pulsed Light system available today.
Starlux IPL quickly and effectively treats sun damage, melasma, Laser hair removal, skin rejuvenation, skin resurfacing, wrinkles, deep creases and lines, acne, acne scarring, lax skin, hyperpigmentation, leg veins, vascular lesions, stretchmarks and more.
- 1 What Does Starlux IPL Treat?
- 2 How Does Starlux IPL Work for So Many Different Treatments?
- 3 How Many Treatments Will I Need?
- 4 How Much Does Starlux IPL Treatment Cost in New Jersey?
- 5 Why Should I Not Have IPL at a Salon, Spa, or Other Doctors Office?
What Does Starlux IPL Treat?
Sun Damage and Brown Spots
Starlux IPL works particularly well at eliminating sun damage from the face, neck, chest, arms, and hands. Starlux IPL is a very affordable treatment for removing brown sun spots. This type of treatment is commonly called a PhotoFacial.
Red Blood Vessels and Broken Capillaries
Broken capillaries, spider veins, and red blood vessels can occur from physical trauma, rosacea or skin diseases, or from sun damage. Starlux IPL works well to remove facial redness and clear up broken capillaries.
How Does Starlux IPL Work for So Many Different Treatments?
Starlux IPL works by selectively concentrating light energy, leaving the surrounding skin unchanged. Laser and light sources produce a bright beam of light that is preferentially absorbed by melanin (the pigment in hair and dark spots) and dark blood vessels. Because IPL systems use a variety of wavelengths, they are able to selectively target and treat a large variety of different problems.
How Many Treatments Will I Need?
We typically recommend a series of 3-4 treatments, spaced about a month apart.
How Much Does Starlux IPL Treatment Cost in New Jersey?
We offer Starlux IPL treatments at both of our office locations, in the Martinsville section of Bridgewater, NJ, and Livingston, NJ. At our offices, IPL treatments range from $300 to $450 per treatment, depending on the size and area treated.
Why Should I Not Have IPL at a Salon, Spa, or Other Doctors Office?
Older IPL devices are often sold to spas, salons, and family practice or other medical offices. These devices tend to be operated by untrained professionals and can often be older, weaker technologies. Starlux IPL is widely regarded as the top system for IPL treatments.