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Photo Facial


What is a
Photo Facial?

The Photo Facial targets any unwanted pigment on the face. Whether it is sun damage, age spots or freckles, the laser pulses light based energy into the unwanted pigment. This helps to break up the pigment, leaving you with a more even skin tone.



Any pigment that was targeted will become darker after the treatment. The pigment will then create a micro-crust and slough away painlessly! You may experience some redness and swelling.

  • Apply cold pack or aloe if needed

  • Avoid exfoliation

  • Avoid excessive sweating

  • Use gentle cleanser

  • Wear Broad Spectrum SPF

  • Any redness or swelling will resolve quickly

How does a Photo Facial actually work?

During a Photo Facial, the laser targets the pigment, heats it up, and essentially shatters it. The laser only targets the pigment and none of the surrounding tissue. Once the pigment is pulled to the surface, the lesions will fade, dry and flake off, leaving you with a more even skin tone.


Areas we offer:

Half Zone, 1 Zone and 2 Zone are available. These treatments are best done in a series with consistency.

  • Face

  • Neck

  • Chest

  • Hands

  • Back

Laughing Portrait

How many sessions do I need?

Amount of sessions will depend on your skin, pigment and how you heal. Every Photo Facial comes with a follow up appointment, at no extra cost, so we can treat any pigment that may still be there.

You might need up to 3 sessions to see best results.

Does it hurt?

The laser is not painful. You may feel warmth and and "elastic band snapping sensation" when the laser pulses.

How long are appointments?

Appointment length can be anywhere from 30-60 minutes depending on what pigment we are targeting.


What is the cost?

A Photo Facial Half Zone (half face) is $300.1 Zone (full face) is $400, and 2 Zone (2 full areas) is $600.

Are you a candidate?

Some main contraindications that may preclude you from getting a Photo Facial:

  • Pregnancy

  • Cancer

  • Accutane/Photosensitive Medication

  • Active Skin Disease/Coldsore

  • Suntan

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