Non-surgical BBL | Angel Aesthetics Clinic
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Non-surgical BBL

IPL stands for Intense Pulsed Light. It is a popular cosmetic procedure used for various skin treatments, including photo-rejuvenation and treatment of certain skin conditions. The most powerful Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatment for pigmentation that leaves you with smooth, even-toned skin that glows, with visible results within days.

NOTE: Australian Regulations do not permit the advertising of brand names of injectable products, or to advertise set pricing for cosmetic injectable products. Cosmetic clinics are prohibited to state how many ‘mls’ or ‘units’ are associated with packages or individual pricing. Please contact us for more information regarding the specific product or amounts used per appointment type on average. Dermal fillers are a prescription-only schedule 4 medicine with treatment only available from a qualified medical professional.


  1. Photorejuvenation: IPL can improve the appearance of the skin by targeting pigmented spots, freckles, sun damage, and uneven skin tone. The light energy helps break down excess melanin, reducing the appearance of pigmentation and promoting a more even complexion.
  2. Vascular Lesion Treatment: IPL can target and reduce the appearance of certain vascular lesions, such as spider veins, broken capillaries, and rosacea. The light energy is absorbed by the hemoglobin in the blood vessels, causing them to coagulate and gradually fade.
  3. Acne Treatment: IPL can be used to address active acne and associated redness. The light energy helps destroy acne-causing bacteria and reduces inflammation.

Please ensure you: 

    • Are not currently pregnant or breastfeeding.
    • Do not consume alcohol or perform strenuous exercise in the 24-48 hours prior and post treatment 
    • Have no excessive acne, sunburn, broken skin, wounds or coldsores in the desired treatment area. 
    • If you are prone to coldsores, visit your local chemist for preventative medication. Not taking this medication can cause an outbreak, so take the night/morning prior to your appointment, as directed by your pharmacist.
    • Have not had any vaccinations, major dental work, or any aesthetic treatment planned to the same area for a MINIMUM of TWO WEEKS prior and post appointment. 
    • Have not come down with an illness (Influenza, Bronchitis, Covid-19 etc) within the last two weeks as your body’s immune response is heightened.
    • Are not taking any antibiotic or steroidal medications (penicillin, amoxicillin, prednisone etc) for the two weeks leading up to your treatment.
    • Stop the use of anti-inflammatory medications a minimum of one week before your appointment. e.g. Ibuprofen, Aspirin, Naproxen/Naprogesic, Fish oils, St John’s Wort, Ginko, Ginseng, Vitamin E, or any blood thinning medications. You may take regular Panadol but advise your nurse if it was within the last 24 hours prior to treatment. 
    • Ensure you are well hydrated by increasing your water intake, and have eaten a balanced meal in the last 4 hours prior to treatment.
    • If you suffer from an autoimmune disorder, you may not be able to receive treatment. Please discuss and gain consent from your regular GP or specialist before booking in for a consultation.
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