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limelight facial


redness & pigmentation

The Limelight Facial is an advanced skin rejuvenation treatment that harnesses the power of Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) technology. This TGA-approved procedure employs a combination of wavelengths (520nm-1100nm) to effectively target and reduce various skin concerns associated with ageing and sun damage.

This versatile treatment is particularly effective in addressing epidermal pigmented lesions such as solar lentigines (brown spots) and ephelides (freckles), as well as vascular lesions like capillaries (red/purple veins) and telangiectasia (diffused redness). The result is a more youthful, rejuvenated, and even-toned complexion achieved with very minimal downtime.

Treatment Time



Pregnancy Safe

60 Minutes

3-5 Days

Pigmentation & Redness



limelight facial

who is Limelight Facial for?
  • Individuals with uneven skin tone or blotchiness

  • Those with visible fine veins or enlarged pores

  • People looking to reduce freckles or age spots

  • Clients seeking to improve minor skin texture imperfections

  • Those with redness from dilated capillaries

how does Limelight Facial work?

The Limelight Facial uses a handheld device that emits controlled pulses of light into the upper dermis. These light pulses are specifically targeted at pigmented areas, where the heat is absorbed by melanin and blood in tiny vessels.

This process encourages a more even distribution of brown and red skin cells, resulting in a smoother, more uniform skin tone. The treatment is customised to your specific skin type and concerns, ensuring safe and effective results. The versatility of the IPL technology allows for precise targeting of various skin issues in a single session.

expected outcomes
  • More even skin tone and improved texture

  • Reduction in visible fine veins and enlarged pores

  • Diminished appearance of freckles and age spots

  • Overall skin rejuvenation and refreshed appearance

  • Progressive results with optimal improvements after several sessions

  • Avoid sun exposure and tanning for the duration of treatment

  • Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30+ daily

  • Expect darkening of treated areas, which will fade within 1-3 weeks

  • Temporary redness and swelling may occur for a few hours post-treatment

  • Make-up can be used to cover any temporary redness

who is not suitable
  • Individuals with darker skin tones should avoid this treatment due to increased risk of pigmentation changes

  • It's also not suitable for those with active skin infections, inflammation, or certain photosensitive conditions

  • People prone to seizures or who cannot tolerate flashing lights should not undergo this treatment

  • As a precautionary measure, pregnant women are advised against having this procedure

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