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What are the skin problems that can be improved with the LME?

-Freckles, sun spots, dull skin appearance due to excessive sun exposure and some other pigmentary complaints;

-Redness of the skin due to rosacea, acne scars and selected diagnoses and fine broken veins in the skin;

-Reduction of unwanted hair

-Fine wrinkles and prominent facial pores

-Skin Rejuvenation

-Dull Complexions

-Blotchy and Uneven Skin Pigmentation.

-Photo rejuvenation, Sun Damage

-Sensitive & Exzema Skin

What to expect after the procedure?

LME is a kind of treatment that you can do during lunch time and go back to work right away. After the procedure, your skin will look normal, bright and fresh. There is minimal 'downtime', if any at all, after the procedure. The treated area may be slightly red immediately after the treatment. This usually fades after several hours. You may wear your usual cosmetics and resume your normal activities after Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatment. It is important that the treatment area is protected from sunlight. Therefore, it is advisable to apply a sunblock on the treated area before leaving the clinic. 


How many sessions of treatment with Intense Pulse Light do I need?

Some people may see results after one or two treatments depending on the problem. Some problems may require more sessions of treatment before improvement is noticeable. Subsequent monthly treatments will be needed to optimize the results. Consult your doctor to obtain a clearer picture of the number of sessions needed for optimal results.


Light-based Technology known as Photorejuvenation Therapy is a USA FDA-cleared therapy). It is one of the most highly effective skin rejuvenation treatments available today.  LME will rejuvenate your skin, making it look healthier with a youthful glow.

This is an ideal treatment that will rejuvenate your skin, and is suitable for both genders and any kinds of skins.

In addition to rejuvenating your skin, leaving a healthy and youthful looking appearance, Luminis I treatments are also effective in treating a wide range of conditions.

How is the Photorejuvenation Procedure performed ?

In this procedure, there is no need for anesthetic cream. Cold gel is usually applied to the treatment area. The smooth glass surface of the tip of the LME is gently applied. You may feel a slight sting, like the snapping of a small rubber band. Treatment is generally administered in a series of procedure that provide long-term results.                      Each treatment takes about 10-15 minutes.

Why are Multiple Treatments necessary?

Depending on the number of conditions you are treating, and the severity of the individual problem, a series of five to eight treatment sessions may be recommended. You can return to work the same day and resume your regular    activities. By dividing the full program into several treatments, the procedure provides gradual improvement with            low risk - and, it preserves the "no downtime" feature that patients appreciate.

LME technology improves both the superficial and deeper skin layers and rejuvenates the skin while at the same time delivering thermal energy to deep tissue. After a serious of treatments, you can see a reduction of unwanted   pigmentation and the appearance of smoother, revitalized skin. The same treatment can be used effectively on the     neck, the chest, and the hands.

Post-treatment advice may include:

-Moisturising the area treated regularly;

-Not exposing the area treated to the sun without a sunscreen for at least 2 weeks to reduce the risk of pigmentation or change in skin colour. A high factor sun block should be used daily to protect the skin;


-Improve skin tone and texture.

-Stimulate collagen production.

-Reduce redness and pigmentation.

-Reduce pore size.

LME for permanent hair removal

LME can reduce unwanted hair. The area most commonly treated are face, back, legs, fingers, feet and toes.  IPL works best on dark hair.

How does it work?

The procedure involves pulsed light energy that goes through the hair shaft down to the follicle, therefore destroying the hair's root.