IPL  - Boston South Shore

IPL Photo Rejuvenation

IPL Photo Rejuvenation (using The Skin Station + Palomar), also known as facial rejuvenation, uses intense pulsed light (IPL), and is extremely effective in treating:

  • Brown spots
  • Sun spots
  • Pigmented lesions
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Rosacea.

The IPL delivered to your skin causes brown spots, sun damage and vessels to slowly disappear through your body’s natural healing process. Expect brown spots to come to the skin’s surface after about a week and flake off revealing clearer skin.

A full-face treatment takes about 30 minutes, with no downtown and low discomfort. Four to six treatments are recommended.

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    IPL Photorejuvenation - Patient also had ViPeel

    IPL Before IPL After

    IPL Before IPL After

    IPL Photorejuvenation - Patient also had Thermage

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    IPL Photorejuvenation

    Before After

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COVID-19 Temporary Closure Notice

Dear Valued Patients,

During these unprecedented times, your health is our first priority. We know, you may have questions and we want you to know that we are taking the following actions to ensure your safety:

  1. Our facility is closed through May 4, 2020 to help do our part to mitigate the potential spread of COVID-19.
  2. We will continue to serve your needs and be available via phone with any questions or concerns at (781) 934-2200.
  3. We are now offering telehealth (video) consultations and post procedure evaluations upon request. Please call us or contact us through our website to request a video consultation.

We encourage everyone to be cautious and calm. We will continue to be here for you every step of the way. We remain focused on the safety of our patients, our team, and our community and will continue to keep you updated through emails and social media.

— Dr. Christine A. Hamori and Staff

For more information see CDC page on Coronavirus (COVID-19).