Stain removal

The system IPL (Intense Pulsed Light), by ALMA LASER, is a treatment that allows to treat and eliminate the traces that the years, stress and, especially, the sun left on the skin. Intense pulsed light emits a broad band of light that allows several targets to be treated at the same time, pigmented spots, veins or rough skin texture and thus improve the overall quality of the skin by stimulating the formation of collagen.

The energy of the light acts on the deeper layers to gradually improve the tone and texture of the skin, eliminate stains, redness, enlarged pores, fine wrinkles and give luminosity.

Treatment information

20 y 30 minutes

Surgery Time

Not required


Not necessary


2 days


2 a 14 days





  • Permanently eliminates melasma and blemishes.
  • It is a non-aggressive treatment that allows several sessions.

Expected results and risks


The results are evident from the first session. It takes between 3 and 5 sessions with an interval of at least three weeks. The improvements are perceived progressively. First, the spots and redness disappear and the skin recovers a much more uniform tone. As the treatment progresses, a general improvement in the quality of the skin is noticed.


At the end of the session may appear a slight redness in the two hours following the treatment that can be disguised with makeup.

The intervention

The treatment should start with perfectly clean skin, without makeup or creams. It is done using a cold gel on the area that allows the transmission of light energy and a cooling system that protects the most superficial layers of the skin. Depending on the size of the area to be treated, the procedure can last from 30 minutes to an hour. After the treatment, the patient can put on makeup and join their normal life.

The sessions with the IPL technology (Intense Pulsed Light) are carried out with a period of 4 to 5 weeks, between sessions.

Cares after the intervention

  • Hydrate treatment area.
  • Avoid sun exposure.
  • Use sunscreen on treated area.


Pregnant women or nursing. Those with skin problems should consult first with their specialist, the same for those with photo sensitivity and keloid skin.