Laser Therapy Options

IV Wellness + Aesthetics - Laser Therapy

Laser Hair Removal

(6 treatments, 5 weeks apart)

Legs: $600
Back: $400
Bikini: $450
Lip/Chin: $200
Underarms: $250
(Per treatment)
*Package of 6 prices available

IV Wellness + Aesthetics - IPL Treatment

IPL/Skin Rejuvenation

(3 treatments, 4 weeks apart)

Benefits of Skin Rejuvenation:
• Remove unwanted freckles, age spots, mottled pigmentation, and other sun damage
• Smooth your skin and lessen fine lines
• Shrink unsightly pores
• Increase collagen production

Face: $250 Neck: $275 Face/Neck: $400. Chest: $275. Arms: $275
Hands: $150 (per treatment)
*Package of 3 prices available

IV Wellness + Aesthetics - IPL Acne


(Series of 5 treatments over 4 weeks. 1st 3 treatments are one week apart. Week 4 -2 treatments every 3 days)

Destroying the eco-system in which the bacteria thrives can have more than an esthetic result for clients. The confidence that comes from clear skin brings an emotional value that is life changing for most.

Face: $250
Neck/Chest: $275
Back: $300
(per treatment)
*Package of 5 prices available

IV Wellness + Aesthetics - IPL Skin Tightening

IPL/Skin tightening

(3-5 treatments, 3 weeks apart)

As part of the aging process, skin loses elasticity and begins to sag around the face, neck, under the chin. A unique, patented hand piece designed to create heat-induced collagen shrinkage, skin tightening and texture smoothing.

Face: $350
Neck: $300
Chest: $475
(per treatment)
(½ off price if combined with Skin Rejuvenation)

Frequently Asked Questions

For most people, laser hair removal does not hurt. However, it all depends on your threshold for pain. Most people say that it feels like snapping a rubber band against the skin. But if you’re overly sensitive to pain, you may experience some minor discomfort.
Fortunately, there are ways to reduce the discomfort. Prepare properly and follow a strict aftercare program. This will reduce pain and provide the most effective results.

Vitamins can also be injected intramuscularly (IM) which also bypasses the GI system and allows for near 100% absorption although the amount that can be given IM in a Booster shot is a much smaller dosage than IV treatments due to absorption rates

Laser hair removal involves the use of laser pulses. These pulses emit light into the skin that destroys the root and follicle of the hair. When the root and follicle are destroyed, hair can no longer grow.

For this process to work, the hair must be targeted during an active growth phase. However, individual hairs usually grow at different rates. Therefore, it takes several treatment sessions to capture every hair in the growth phase and produce optimal results.

To prepare for laser hair removal, avoid plucking, waxing, and tanning for six weeks prior to your first treatment. In the days before treatment, avoid taking medications such as blood thinners, NSAIDs, and pain relievers.

Take a shower and shave right before your treatment, but don’t apply any lotions, moisturizers, or sunscreens to the skin.

The side effects are minimal. This is one of the primary benefits of laser hair removal.

Some people experience temporary redness, itching, and swelling of the skin right after treatment. These side effects usually go away within a few hours, and most can be soothed by applying aloe vera to the treated area.

In rare cases, some people may see scars, burns, or blisters. But these side effects usually occur only in people who do not follow the proper aftercare plan.

In most cases, you’ll need between six and twelve treatments. These treatments are spaced out four to eight weeks apart.

The waiting period is necessary to target every hair follicle while it’s in an active stage of the growth cycle.

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is a non-laser therapy that involves shining highly concentrated and intense beams of light intermittently on the surface of the skin. Photo refers to the beam of light, and facial refers to the face and/or neck region.

The pulses of light target pigment and vascular irregularities, smoothing out the skin’s tone and texture.

IPL therapy helps to reduce the effects of aging, leaving clients with younger, clearer, and healthier-looking skin. It is not to be confused with laser therapy. Whereas laser therapy uses one particular wavelength of light, IPL therapy produces a spectrum of light.

Most clients liken IPL to the gentle snap of an elastic band against the skin. Others experience it as a very short pinprick.

While no anesthetic is required, we do cool the skin, which helps to minimize any discomfort.

IPL Photofacial treatments require no anesthetic and they involve little or no downtime. As few as one or two treatments can reduce spots, smooth uneven pigmentation, help repair broken facial capillaries and veins, and reduce the redness associated with rosacea.

Additional treatments will continue to improve tone, texture, and stimulate the dermis to produce more collagen.

By definition, IPL therapy involves short, intense pulses of light being delivered to the skin. As a result, you may experience small raised bumps and redness in the treatment area shortly after your treatment. This will subside in a few days and is no cause for alarm.

The ideal number of treatments will depend upon your skin and the issues you wish to address.

We usually book a series of five treatments for you to achieve optimum results.

Pre-Treatment Care:

● Avoid use of Accutane for six months.

● Avoid natural and artificial tanning—including self-tanner and spray tans—for a minimum of four weeks.

● Discontinue the use of Retin-A, Retinol, glycolics, bleaching creams, and exfoliants on treatment area one week prior.

● Shave any hair present in the treatment area. Men should shave twice to ensure the hair is as short as possible.

● Gently cleanse the area, removing all makeup and lotions.

● Do not apply any products except for a topical anesthetic if you are using one.

● For treatment of pigmented lesions, consult your physician if there is a family history of skin cancer or other genetic diseases.



Post-Treatment Care:

● Avoid activities that induce excessive sweating—hot tubs, saunas, hot showers, whirlpools, and vigorous workouts—for one to two days.

● Apply a cold compress—not ice—to help reduce redness and swelling.
● Do not pick or scratch any darkened, pigmented areas that begin to flake.

● Avoid natural and artificial tanning—including self-tanner and spray tans—for a minimum of four weeks.

● Apply a minimum SPF 45 (UVA/UVB) sunblock every two hours during sun exposure up to eight weeks.

● Apply antibiotic ointment if skin is broken or blistering.

● Use gentle cleansers with lukewarm water. Do not rub skin vigorously. Moisturizer may be applied.