IPL Photorejuvenation


The health and quality of a person’s skin can have a significant impact on their appearance and self-confidence. When signs of aging, lesions, scars, or acne develop, the surface of the skin can appear dull and unattractive. At Park Avenue Medical Spa, patients have several non-surgical photorejuvenation treatment options that can help them achieve the smooth, rejuvenated complexion they desire. Photorejuvenation treatments are the ideal solution for certain aesthetic imperfections, such as:

  • Improve collagen and elastin production
  • Encourage cell turnover
  • Produce a more radiant complexion
  • Soften rough skin texture
  • Help to smooth fine lines
  • Tighten and thicken the skin
  • Improve the appearance of acne scars
  • Provide younger-looking skin
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BroadBand Light (BBL)™ and Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)

BroadBand Light (BBL)™ is an innovative intense pulsed light (IPL) technology that sets new standards for skincare. It is a great choice for addressing skin changes associated with aging, active lifestyles, and sun damage. This treatment delivers excellent phototherapy results using the specific wavelength or filter for the targeted condition.

BBL™ can precisely treat age and sun spots, small facial veins, and other types of blemishes. To produce optimal effects, Dr. Tchelebi tailors each plan to match the unique concerns and goals of the patient. BBL™ IPL treatment can address the following:

  • Pigmented lesions: age spots, solar lentigines (freckles), burn erythema, hyperpigmentation
  • Vascular lesions: facial veins (telangiectasia), rosacea, port-wine stains, red spots (hemangiomas), poikiloderma

Lumecca IPL

Using IPL (intense pulse light) technology, Lumecca by InMode is a powerful treatment to address pigmented and vascular lesions. Lumecca uses photothermolysis which provides a photofacial through the delivery of a comfortable light treatment. In 1-3 sessions, the Lumecca IPL treatment improves the appearance of age spots, rosacea, freckles, sun damage, and more.

How It Works

The light energy delivered by the IPL™ device gently heats the outermost layers of the skin. The thermal energy stimulates the generation of new collagen, a process that helps restore the skin to its natural beauty. As a result, the skin appears smoother, more vibrant, and younger-looking following treatment. Additionally, small vessels that are responsible for pigmented lesions can also be minimized.

BLU-U® Light Therapy

BLU-U® light therapy is an effective treatment for acne vulgaris. The blue light produced by the BLU-U® device destroys Propionibacterium acnes (P. acnes), the bacteria responsible for breakouts. BLU-U® light therapy can also target the abnormal cells that cause actinic keratosis, a common precancerous condition characterized by rough, scaly lesions that are caused by sun damage over time.

How It Works

During the procedure, a topical photosensitizer called Levulan is applied to the skin and left for an incubation period. The time varies depending on the severity of the actinic keratoses being treated. Levulan is made of aminolevulinic acid (ALA), a natural substance found in the body. After incubation, the Levulan is activated by exposure to the narrow-band blue light waves emitted by the BLU-U® light source. Patients may experience sensations of warmth, tingling, or burning during this part of the treatment.
woman receiving LED therapy treatment

Colored Light Therapy

Different wavelengths penetrate the skin at different depths to stimulate various therapeutic responses. To provide the most comprehensive skin rejuvenation possible, Park Avenue Medical Spa uses the GENO LED device. The GENO LED combines 287 special near-infrared SMD LED elements to allow your skin specialist to customize a treatment plan using red light, blue light, green light or yellow light.
Wavelength: 423nm
Skin penetration depth: 1mm
  • Destroy acne bacteria
  • Inhibits the production of sebum
Wavelength: 640nm
Skin penetration depth: 1-6mm
  • Improves blood circulation
  • Improves delivery of active ingredients in topical skin creams
  • Triggers cellular renewal
  • Promotes the production of collagen
Wavelength: 532nm
Skin penetration depth: 0.5-2mm
  • Soothes sensitive skin
  • Improves hyperpigmentation
Wavelength: 583nm
Skin penetration depth: 1-2mm
  • Improve redness
  • Targets erythema
The LED facial is a state-of-the-art treatment that harnesses the power of light to rejuvenate the skin. This popular facial uses light emitting diodes (LED) to penetrate the skin with different wavelengths of light to target a spectrum of skin concerns, including fine lines and wrinkles, skin tone and texture, and acne. LED facial treatments are non-invasive, painless, and require no downtime, making it the ideal lunchtime procedure for men and women who want beautiful, clear skin that looks younger and more rejuvenated.

Learn more about the latest technology for non-invasive skin rejuvenation and acne clearance by contacting Park Avenue Medical Spa. Conveniently located in Armonk, NY, Park Avenue Medical Spa specializes in non-invasive skin and laser treatments and is the premier provider of LED facials in Westchester County. Call 914-676-8013 today or schedule a complimentary skin consultation online to discover if light therapy is the ideal skin treatment for you.

Benefits of LED

  • Safe and no downtime
  • Radiant, rejuvenated skin
  • Reduce fine lines and wrinkles
  • Correct sun damage
  • Promoted collagen production
  • Target active acne
  • Ideal for patients with resistance to acne antibiotics
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Promote healing
  • Improves redness and erythema

How Does a LED Facial Work?

The LED facial is a type of photo rejuvenation that combines low-level laser therapy (LLLT) and colored light from light emitting diodes (LED) to trigger biological responses in the skin. Different colors of light have different wavelengths, and these wavelengths can penetrate the skin at different depths. Blue light, for example, targets the surface of the skin, destroying the bacterium that causes acne. This makes blue light therapy an effective treatment for managing active acne and reducing blackheads and whiteheads. In contrast, red light penetrates the surface of the skin and heats the deeper tissues of the epidermis. This triggers the body’s natural healing mechanism to stimulate the production of collagen. As a result, red light therapy provides an effective treatment for rejuvenating the skin and diminishing the signs of aging.

How Much Does a LED Facial Cost?

The cost of your LED Facial treatment depends on several factors unique to your specific treatment plan. During your complimentary consultation with Park Avenue Medical Spa, we will cover LED facial prices in detail and discuss if this type of skin rejuvenation is right for you. If so, we will customize a treatment plan that meets your needs while staying within your budget.

As the premier provider of non-invasive cosmetic treatments in Westchester County, Park Avenue Medical Spa commonly offers new client promotions. Find out great ways to save on LED Facial costs by calling Park Avenue Medical Spa today at 914-676-8013.

Acne Facial With LED Therapy

By combining red light and blue light wavelengths, LED therapy provides an effective acne facial for improving active acne. LED therapy reviews published in scientific literature suggests that blue and red wavelengths produce a synergistic effect to target breakouts on several levels. Blue light provides an anti-bacterial effect by destroying Propionibacterium Acnes, the inflammation causing bacteria that causes acne. Red light, or infrared light, provides an anti-inflammatory effect by safely heating the skin. This helps to shrink overactive oil glands that produce too much sebum, the oil that contributes to acne.

LED Facial Near Me

Rejuvenate your skin and improve acne with an LED Facial in Westchester County from Park Avenue Medical Spa. Call 914-676-8013 or schedule a complimentary skin consultation online today.

Recovery and Results

Photorejuvenation treatments generally do not require downtime, but patients are advised to avoid direct sun exposure temporarily. The length of the healing period varies depending on the technologies used. Some patients prefer to take one or two days off work to rest at home. Results can be long-lasting, but some treatments require regular maintenance.

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