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Interested in getting even with your sunspots, discoloration, or vascular issues and curious how much Lumecca treatments will set you back?  Like any treatment plan, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all blueprint and the same applies for pricing.

They say having beautiful, glowing skin is priceless.  Maybe so.  However, cutting-edge cosmetic procedures don’t come without a monetary price, some preparation, and realistic expectations.  If you’ve had a bit too much fun in the sun and now your skin is paying the price in the form of pesky sunspots, uneven skin tone, or rough texture, there is an unconventional way to do some damage control that doesn’t require going under the needle or knife.  Undergoing Lumecca by InMode treatments, an upgraded form of IPL (Intense Pulsing Light) photo facial technology, is an advanced, noninvasive, and safe way to reverse sun damaged skin, boost brightness, and smooth texture.  As with all cosmetic procedures, one can expect to pay anywhere within an “average range.”  That average range depends on the following factors:

  • Area(s) to be treated
  • Number of areas to be treated
  • Number of sessions required to yield desired results
  • Provider’s level of expertise
  • Geographical location of procedure

Having a cosmetic procedure performed in Beverly Hills, California will command a significantly steeper price than if the same procedure was to be performed by a provider based in Boise, Idaho.  Secondly, each patient has different needs, goals, and expectations that providers want to meet, which will influence price variations amongst patients receiving the same type of procedure.  One patient may only require a single session to get the look they want, while another patient may require a series of sessions, hence increasing the price.  Furthermore, the more areas you wish to treat (for example, the face, back, and neck), the more expensive your Lumecca procedure will be.

How Does Lumecca Work?

Traditional IPL photo facial devices typically deliver only 10-15% of total pulsing energy within the 500-600 nm range, whereas the innovative Lumecca by InMode device delivers 40% of total pulse energy utilizing a custom xenon flash lamp.  Lumecca features a revolutionary, intense cooling sapphire designed to protect the skin’s susceptible surface and surrounding, uncompromised tissue, which makes Lumecca safe and effective for MOST skin types and tones.  With three times more energy than traditional IPL photo facial devices, Lumecca can significantly improve the overall look and feel of the complexion, neck, arms, legs, backs of hands, or wherever there is unsightly sun damage without the dreaded downtime and incredulous glances. The most common concerns Lumecca address include:

  • Hyperpigmentation/sunspots/age spots/discoloration
  • Melasma
  • Rosacea
  • Acne Scars
  • Broken capillaries
  • Dark, undereye circles
  • Spider veins/vascular irregularities
  • Lackluster, dullness of skin tone

Any area of the face or body compromised by photoaging can painlessly reap the bevy of beautifying and brightening benefits of Lumecca in less time, while luminosity and glow are visibly restored.

Shedding Some Light on Lumecca Pricing Points

A patient can expect to pay anywhere between $150 and $400 for a single Lumecca treatment session, depending on the any of the factors previously mentioned.  To help alleviate any confusion, the following is a brief and basic breakdown of Lumecca pricing points a patient can expect to pay:

  • $300 – average price point for a single treatment covering an area measured around 10cm x 10cm
  • For deep pigmentation and extensive vascular irregularities that require an average of 6-8 treatment sessions, a “package deal” will usually be offered with prices starting at $1,000 and up


So, while there is an average price range a patient seeking Lumecca treatment(s) can expect to pay, there are several factors to consider before one begins budgeting for their brightening beauty fix.  Keep in mind, because Lumecca is classified as a cosmetic procedure, medical insurance companies will not cover procedure costs, though there are flexible finance options available for those who qualify.  We invite you to contact our office to speak with any of our skilled and knowledgeable billing specialists to help determine which finance plan best fits your budget and beauty goals.