Élan Laser Aesthetics offers reliable skin pigmentation treatments that can help you look and feel younger with flawless, even-toned, healthy-looking skin. We treat age spots, vascular lesions, sun damage, and redness to make you look and feel more youthful and confident.
Lumecca is a powerful, intense pulsed light (IPL) device that treats skin conditions based on the principles of selective photothermolysis. The light penetrates the skin and is absorbed and converted into heat, coagulating the lesion, which fades during the treatment. It is a safe and non-invasive method for most skin types and can ensure brighter, rejuvenated, and more radiant skin. It provides significant improvement in the complexion and clarity of the skin. Multiple sessions may be required for best results. Lumecca can be used on all areas of the body. The most common areas of treatment include the regions that are regularly exposed to the sun. The treatment is ideal for:
In addition to Lumecca, you can also try Fractora and Forma , to turn back the clock and regain bright and radiant skin.
What are the benefits?
In just 1-3 sessions, Lumecca improves the appearance of:
Age spots (red/brown pigmentations)
Vascular lesions (spider veins, port wine stains, leg telangiectasia)
What areas can be treated?
Lumecca can be used to treat all areas of the body. The most common areas are zones that are regularly exposed to the sun. This often includes the face, neck, décolletage, legs, hands and arms.
How many sessions are required?
An improved skin appearance can be noticed after the first session. Multiple sessions provide even better results. The treatment regime depends on the severity of skin damage, skin type, type of treatment (vascular lesions vs sun damage) and energy settings.
What should I know before the treatment?
Avoid direct, excessive sun exposure or tanning one month prior to treatment. NO sun two weeks before.
What should I expect?
After treating vascular lesions, you may see the vein blanch and disappear or a colour change in the vessel, which dissipates after a few days.