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GCSkin Medspa Lumecca Laser Treatment

What is Lumecca?
Lumecca is a breakthrough intense pulsed light (IPL) that delivers up to 3X more energy in the 500-600 nm range to improve efficacy for vascular and pigmented lesions. It is optimized for clinicians to treat a variety of lesions with fewer sessions.

Lumecca is typically used on the face, neck, chest, and hands, and can be used to treat a variety of skin concerns, including uneven skin tone, freckles, and rosacea. The treatment is usually well-tolerated and causes minimal discomfort.

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About Lumecca

Lumecca is a brand of laser treatment that is used to improve the appearance of the skin by reducing the appearance of sun damage, age spots, and other types of hyperpigmentation. It uses intense pulsed light (IPL) to deliver energy to the skin, which causes the pigment in the affected areas to break down and be absorbed by the body.
How Lumecca works

How Lumecca works?

Lumecca, InMode’s breakthrough intense pulsed light (IPL) skin rejuvenation technology that allows clinicians to treat a variety of skin types and conditions with just a session or two, as opposed to the 4-6 treatments you might expect with other standard IPL devices. Delivering up to 3X more energy in the 500-600 nm range for unparalleled clarity, Lumecca delivers improved efficacy for vascular and pigmented lesions with reduced treatment times due to its large spot size and high pulse repetition rate.
What areas can be treated with Lumecca

What areas can be treated with Lumecca?

Lumecca skin rejuvenation treatments are most frequently sought by patients to eliminate brown spots and sun-damaged skin. These concerns are often centered around the face and décolleté area, but can also occur on the arms, hands, and legs. Another frequent issue is rosacea, characterized by ruddy skin with visible broken blood vessels or capillaries.
When will I see results after Lumecca

When will I see results after Lumecca treatment?

A single treatment with Lumecca can often enhance the clarity of the skin, resulting in a more youthful appearance. However, a second treatment may be required depending on the size and condition of the treatment area. This stands in stark contrast to other IPL technologies that commonly require 4-6 treatments. Patients can save time and money with Lumecca, allowing them to invest in other treatments such as fillers, Botox, or laser therapies.
Does Lumecca hurt

Does Lumecca hurt?

Patients usually report experiencing no discomfort while undergoing the treatment, thanks in part to the effective cooling mechanism of the treatment tip that eliminates any heat sensation during the pulses.
What are the side effects of Lumecca

What are the side effects after Lumecca treatment?

In general, patients do not encounter any significant side effects from Lumecca treatments. Occasionally, mild skin reactions may occur, but they typically resolve on their own within a few hours. Some patients may experience sensitivity to sunlight following the procedure, which is why it is advisable to avoid direct exposure to sunlight, particularly tanning.
What is the recovery time after Lumecca Treatment

What is the recovery time after Lumecca treatment?

After the treatment, the skin may appear reddish for about 30-60 minutes. Successful treatments may cause dark spots to temporarily darken and flake off like coffee grounds within one to two weeks. During this time, a bit of foundation can be used to even out the skin tone for a smoother appearance. Ultimately, Lumecca treatment will result in a luminous, clear skin tone that lives up to its name.
how effective is Lumecca

How effective is Lumecca?

One of the unique advantages of Lumecca is its effectiveness in the visible light spectrum range. This is where there is optimal light absorption by both melanin and hemoglobin (Hgb), making it particularly effective at targeting red and brown colors. Having worked with various IPL devices throughout my career, I must say I am thoroughly impressed with the quick and comprehensive results achieved with Lumecca. It is, without a doubt, the device of choice for me.
How long does Lumecca Treatment last

How long does a typical Lumecca session last?

Thanks to its impressive speed and large spot size, Lumecca can cover a significant area with ease and in a short amount of time. I can easily treat a full face with two passes in just eight to ten minutes, and the décolleté area can be treated just as quickly. Even a full arm can be treated in about eight to ten minutes, maximizing efficiency for both the doctor and patient. Lumecca’s advanced technology is truly amazing in saving time for all parties involved.
can you repair sun damage skin with lumecca

Can Lumecca repair sun-damaged skin?

Even the most diligent SPF regimen can still lead to sun-damaged skin. Fortunately, InMode’s Lumecca is an IPL skin rejuvenation device specifically designed to help clarify your skin and undo the harm caused by years of sun exposure.


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