IPL Photo Rejuvenation in King of Prussia & Exton, PA

Suburban Life Top Physicians 2023

Photo Rejuvenation involves a series of intense pulse light sessions to improve your skin’s overall complexion.


Your Brightest Skin Yet

Our expert laser technicians are dedicated to delivering high-quality intense pulsed light (IPL) treatments for skin concerns. We treat the area with a series of intense light pulses that reach below the skin without causing damage. Treatments are especially effective for improving the appearance of the face, neck, chest, hands, arms, and legs. IPL targets rosacea, flushing, broken capillaries, sun damage, dark spots, skin texture, and photoaging. Treatments can also benefit mild acne scars, reduce large pores and smooth fine lines with little to no downtime. You may resume normal activities immediately after the procedure.

IPL Laser Therapy Benefits & Candidacy

IPL laser therapy at Gambhir Cosmetic Medicine offers a versatile and effective solution for various skin concerns. Its benefits are manifold, including reducing the following:
  • Sunspots
  • Age spots
  • Redness
  • Fine lines
Ideal for candidates with a range of skin types, IPL is a noninvasive treatment that can rejuvenate the skin without downtime. Whether you’re looking to refresh your complexion, target specific blemishes, or restore a youthful radiance to your skin, IPL is a versatile and customizable solution that can be tailored to your unique needs. Our expert team at Gambhir Cosmetic Medicine ensures that your candidacy is thoroughly assessed and your treatment plan is personalized, making IPL a powerful choice for achieving a more vibrant, youthful appearance.


Before & After

Our State-of-the-Art Equipment

We use a variety of lasers to treat your concerns:


Our KTP Laser is used to attack superficial red pigment in the skin.


The KTP Q Switched Laser treats the deeper red pigment in the skin.


IPL treats both brown and red pigment in the skin.


The ND YAG treats veins in the legs and face.


The Q Switched YAG treats deep pigment, like melasma and brown spots.

The IPL Laser Therapy Procedure & Recovery

During an IPL laser procedure at Gambhir Cosmetic Medicine, a specially designed handpiece is applied to the skin’s surface, emitting a broad spectrum of light pulses. These pulses are absorbed by the targeted areas, breaking down pigment and stimulating collagen production. While the procedure is relatively quick and well-tolerated, patients may experience a mild sensation of warmth and a slight “snapping” feeling during the treatment.
Recovery from IPL is minimal, with most individuals able to return to their daily activities immediately. Some redness and mild swelling are expected after the procedure, similar to a mild sunburn, but these effects typically subside within a few hours to a day. Protecting the treated area from excessive sun exposure is essential and following post-procedure care instructions to optimize results. A series of IPL sessions may be recommended, spaced a few weeks apart, to achieve the best outcome and maintain healthier, more radiant skin.


Frequently Asked Questions

Do I Qualify for IPL Laser Therapy?

People who are pregnant, tanning—including sunless tanning/spray tans—taking Accutane, or are taking light-sensitive antibiotics such as doxycycline, minocycline, or tetracycline should not receive treatment. The procedure is not advisable for patients with active acne cysts, large pustules, highly active rosacea, or active herpes breakouts.
Most patients describe a 2/10 pain level, with a sensation similar to the snap of a rubber band. We clean and apply a cool gel to help minimize the discomfort. We also have a topical anesthetic that can be used for maximum comfort. For sensitive skin, a cool compress can be applied following treatment.
Skin can appear red, and brown pigment spots may appear darker immediately after treatment. Some patients experience minor bruising or swelling. Rarely, temporary blisters, changes in skin color, and permanent scarring can occur.
Sun exposure should be kept at a minimum for a week after treatment. A medical-grade sunscreen with SPF 30 or greater should be used daily after treatment.