IPL Photofacial in Cedar Park

Treat Stubborn Pigmentation

If you're looking to treat enlarged pores, broken capillaries, hyperpigmentation and Rosacea? Our Aestheticians can offer you an IPL Photofacial in Cedar Park.
  • Treat Rosacea effectively
  • Reduce red and brown pigmentation
  • Treat acne lastingly
  • Smooth over enlarged pores

Have questions? Give us a call today to schedule your free consultation with one of our lovely aestheticians!

Treatment Details

$75 - $200
IPL, also known as photofacial, uses light energy to target a certain color in your skin. When the skin is heated, your body gets rid of the unwanted cells and your target concern. It can treat a range of skin conditions such as hyperpigmentation (dark spots), Rosacea, enlarged pores, and broken capillaries.

Pricing dependent of size of treatment area.


  1. Your provider will advise you through a month-long retinol or Retin-A treatment that is required before taking the treatment.
  2. Patients with skin type 4, do not qualify for the treatment.
  3. If you have a history of cold sores, it’s important to let your provider know.
  4. 72 hours before your treatment, avoid all product or treatments with Retin-A.
  5. You may get a more effective treatment if you shave the day of your treatment.
  6. 12-Hours before your treatment, avoid auto-immune therapies or products
  7. A week before your treatment avoid sunlight as much as possible – particularly sunburn. 
  8. Before your treatment make sure your face is completely clean.
  9. Kindly let us know if you’re experiencing a significant acne breakout.
  10. Avoid tanning naturally or artificially before your treatment.
  1. During your treatment period, it’s important to avoid exposure to sunlight as far as possible.
  2. Wear a protective sunscreen cream of at least SPF 30 with Zinc Oxide to protect the treatment area.
  3. Avoid sun exposure at least 2 weeks before a treatment.
  4. Following the treatment, you may experience swelling and redness. You may relieve it by applying ice and wearing loose clothing.
  5. If you’re experiencing any skin irritation, avoid any activities like saunas, hot tubs, massages until you do not experience any skin irritation.
  6. To clean the treated area, it’s advised that you only use mild soap when showing, patting it dry as softly as possible.
  7. If your underarms are the treated area, it should be cleaned for the first 24-hours by wiping it with alcohol. Avoid applying deodorant for at least a day.
  8. It is advised to use a non-stick bandage if you need coverage.
  9. You may experience blistering after your treatment. A topical treatment like Polysporin may be used twice a day if you Provider recommends it.
  10. Many products can irritate the skin. Products that contain vitamin C, benzoyl peroxide, Glycolic or salicylic acids, retinol and Nair typically irritate the skin. It’s recommended that you avoid using these products at least 3 days after your treatment.
  11. Avoid tampering with a scab; it should heal naturally and it should fall off after a week.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an IPL Photofacial?

IPL is short for intense pulse light. An IPL Photofacial leverages various light wavelengths to treat issues that are linked to brown and red pigmentation. It can effectively treat acne, dark spots, enlarged pores or Rosacea.

What does an IPL Photofacial treat?

While many laser treatments use a particular laser wavelength, IPL Photofacials use multiple wavelengths to effectively treat multiple skin issues. It can treat enlarged pores, broken capillaries, hyperpigmentation and Rosacea. It can also be a very effective acne treatment, as its blue light laser effectively kills the acne-causing bacteria.

How does an IPL Photofacial work?

One of our specialized aestheticians, certified in IPL treatments, will first clean and tone your skin with Pride’s medical grade products. Next, your aesthetician will place an ultrasound gel on the treatment area. This gel will be a protective layer for your skin. The IPL treatment will then be applied solely on the treatment area.

How long does an IPL Photofacial take?

An IPL Photofacial typically takes half an hour.

Can anyone do an IPL Photofacial?

No, patients with skin type 4 do not qualify for an IPL Photofacial.

The pricing of treatments, services and special offers are subject to change and terms and conditions. Kindly check service costs upon booking. Free Aesthetician Consultation are subject to specific the consultation of specific aesthetic treatments and service. 

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At Pride Aesthetics
Raissa Behm, MSN, FNP-C
Owner, Board Certified Nurse Practitioner
Lexi Cook, AES
Certified Aesthetician & Laser Pro Tech
Danielle Befus, AES
Certified Aesthetician & Laser Tech

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