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Skin Revitalising Photofacial Treatment in Melbourne


What is a photofacial?


Which areas can be treated with IPL therapy?

Fractional Laser Treatment

What are the benefits of IPL treatment?

Am I a good candidate for a photofacial?

How is a photofacial carried out at EST Clinic?

How much does a photofacial cost in Melbourne?

Wondering if a Photofacial is Right For You?

Why choose us for your IPL skin rejuvenation treatment in Melbourne?


Meet Dr Frank Lin

How to book a consultation

Frequently Asked Questions

A photofacial uses intense pulsed light (IPL) to target skin concerns such as sun exposure damage, spider veins, and age spots. It works by delivering light energy to the skin, which helps in improving skin tone and texture. IPL photo rejuvenation is a popular skin treatment for its efficacy in enhancing overall skin appearance.

Choosing between photofacial and microneedling skin treatments depends on your specific skin concerns. Photofacials, utilising intense pulsed light, are excellent for treating sun spots and redness, while microneedling is better for scar reduction and collagen production. Both are effective skin rejuvenation treatments, but they address different skin issues.

The primary difference between a laser treatment and a photofacial is the light technology used. Lasers use a single wavelength of light, targeting specific skin cells, while photofacials use intense pulsed light (IPL) with multiple wavelengths, allowing for a broader range of skin concerns to be addressed, including skin tone and texture.

IPL treatments can aid in the skin healing process, especially for conditions like facial redness and sun damage. IPL skin rejuvenation promotes the production of collagen and helps in repairing sun-damaged skin. However, it’s not a cure-all and works best when combined with other skin care practices.

IPL treatment primarily targets deeper skin layers and doesn’t exfoliate or remove dead skin cells. Its primary function is skin rejuvenation, targeting issues like pigmentation and redness. For dead skin removal, treatments like chemical peels or microdermabrasion are more appropriate.

Clinic Locations


Melbourne City


Box Hill

How to book a consultation

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