- Cutting edge IPL equipment. Some of the best and most advanced equipment available today.
- Nutritional therapist on hand to help tackle the causes of the rosacea not just the symptoms.
- Tried, tested and refined techniques which means you get quicker and more effective results.
- Experienced, helpful, friendly expert IPL practitioners at your service. Our advanced equipment is great but it’s even better in the hands of our highly experienced practitioners.
- Established understanding of Rosacea and its treatment. Over 15 years of experience in Rosacea treatment giving you great results on a wide range of skin types.
Pulse Light Clinic has over 15 years experience in Rosacea treatments in London.
We have an In house Rosacea Nutritional therapist, working in our clinic for the past 12 years. Specialises in Rosacea and skin complaints. Nutritional consultations available. Food intolerance & vitamin deficiency testing Effective Rosacea treatments is not just about administering IPL. Understanding your triggers and how Rosacea effects you plays an important role in effective symptom relief. We also know that trying a new treatment is a big step. Let our experienced staff make that step a bit smaller for you.
At the Pulse Light Clinic, we are privileged to see both the visible and positive emotional effect that good Rosacea treatment has on our patients. Pulse Light Clinic is one of the most experienced Rosacea clinics in the UK. We have many clients who travel a far distance to receive treatments with us and are very happy with their results.
We are open Weekdays, 10 am till 8 pm and Weekends
Rosacea is a medical condition where the veins in the face enlarge giving the face a red appearance. It typically begins after the age of thirty, though it can start before, as redness on the cheeks nose, chin or forehead which at first will just come and go but as time passes the redness tends to get darker and more chronic. Left untreated veins start to become visible, bumps and pimples start to develop and in more severe cases the nose can become swollen and bumpy and the eyes irritated, watery and bloodshot.
There is no known medical cure for the condition at this time so treatments available are tackling the symptoms or making lifestyle changes to cut down on the causes of rosacea flare ups. Here at Pulse Light Clinic we do both of these things with our IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) treatment for the symptoms and our nutritional therapist for the lifestyle help. This combination is what makes us so different from other clinics out there and our treatment so effective.
We constantly meet clients who have wasted time and money on poor quality IPL and other Rosacea treatments. Medical expertise is vital to the success of IPL treatment, and the problem is there are far too many under qualified practitioners offering IPL and laser treatments for Rosacea. Our approach is unlike that of any other clinic that we know of. We don’t just zap you with a laser and hope for the best. Our depth of knowledge in IPL combined with our nutritional advice makes us the leading clinic in successfully treating Rosacea in London. We advise, treat and assess until we have your treatment fine-tuned for the very best results to ensure a dramatic difference to the appearance and discomfort caused by Rosacea. Don’t be put off if you have, unsuccessfully tried IPL before. We get dramatic results every time.
You don’t have to suffer the symptoms or the distress that Rosacea can cause. At Pulse Light Clinic, we are privileged to see both the visible and emotional effects that good Rosacea treatment has on our patients. Although it is termed incurable, our unique individual approach, perfected over 13 years has minimised symptoms and given Rosacea sufferers back control of their lives.
Before and after pictures:
( A few of our most recent clients )
- How does your treatment plan work?
You will receive a course of IPL treatments targeting the affected area. The IPL device emits a range of light waves which are precisely calibrated to target the haemoglobin in your blood vessels. These light beams pass through your skin and are absorbed by the haemoglobin resulting in damage to the blood vessel wall. This controlled injury to the blood vessels triggers the body’s natural response to break down and remove the damaged tissue. New cells then replace the problem area with clearer, better looking skin.
Concurrently you will receive nutritional/lifestyle help. It stars with our nutritional therapist doing a lifestyle consultation, then food intolerance and vitamin deficiency testing. This will help you understand your triggers and what to avoid. She will help to recommend any dietary changes or supplements that you may need. Putting these into practice you can take control of your rosacea with simple diet and lifestyle changes.
- Is there anything I need to do, to be ready for my nutritional consultation?
There are two online questionnaires that need to be filled out a minimum of 3 days before your appointment and the therapist may require you to perform a simple home test or two to complete the analysis. Our nutritional therapist will then analyse your responses, getting any further data within the consultation, followed by an explanation of her findings and recommendations.
- Will the IPL treatments be painful?
There is some mild discomfort especially in the first treatment, it is sometimes described as similar to having an elastic band pinged against your skin, but as your course of treatments continues you will find it getting more comfortable.
- What happens in an individual treatment?
You will be given some special glasses or eye-pads to protect your eyes, a cool gel is then placed on the area being treated. You will feel the smooth surface of the laser hand piece against your skin during the treatment. At the end of the treatment the gel will be wiped off and the area cleaned with a warm wet cloth. Lastly you will have some moisturiser with sunscreen applied, if there is any swelling you may be given a cold pack to apply for a few minutes.
- How long following an IPL treatment does it take to show improvement?
Most people need 3-5 treatments spaced about one month apart. You should be able to see some improvement following each treatment but you need the whole course of treatments to see a full effect.
- Can I get further lifestyle help from your Rosacea Specialist?
Yes, those that seek more in depth help from our nutritionist find their results are faster and more long term, with some clients even finding their Rosacea can go into remission. Just ask at reception for further information