Pixel Laser Treatment

Suitable for scar reduction, stretch marks, improved elasticity, fine lines and wrinkles, large pores, refined skin texture, reduce pigmentation and vaginal tightening

Pixel Laser, is an advanced laser resurfacing treatment for the face, neck and decolletage or any part of the body that causes you lack of confidence or concern.

This laser resurfacing treatment will improve the quality of your skin to help to reduce the signs of ageing – it will improve wrinkle depth, texture, tone, and reduce any marks or scarring you may have, giving you a new rejuvenated skin appearance. Reset the clock on your ageing.

This highly effective treatment can dramatically alter the appearance of your skin. This state-of-the-art laser resurfacing technology is superior to older laser resurfacing techniques which gave similar results but with longer downtime. If you are looking to achieve healthy, glowing, youthful skin, then this treatment is the perfect choice for you.


Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some answers to some of the most common questions we get asked.

What is Pixel Laser used for?

  • Acne scar reduction
  • Surgical scar reduction
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Tighten and firm saggy skin 
  • Improve skin texture
  • Reduce large pores
  • Improves elasticity
  • Reduce stretch marks
  • Eliminate fine lines
  • Even out skin tone
  • Vaginal rejuvenation
  • Vaginal Tightening

What is the recovery time after treatment?

After your treatment you will experience redness, some swelling is likely and itching is also a common symptom of healing.

Over the next few days your skin will become dry, flaky and tighter. You will take this time to moisturise and nurture your skin while it heals. Usually after about 7 days you will be healed enough for make up, if you wear it.

You should be prepared to allow time for healing and not arrange your treatment close to important events.

Full results of the treatment can take a few weeks to up to a year as the skin rejuvenates from within.


Does it hurt?

Everyone has a different level of pain tolerence, however, numbing cream will be applied prior to the treatment commencing and this is usually very effective. 

You can discuss any concerns at your consultation.

How do I prepare for my treatment?

  • Clients on retinol products, glycolic acid or other AHA containing products or hydroquinone containing products should stop them 3 days before having laser
  • You will need to make sure you do not have a tan on your face so avoid sunbathing the face for 14 days before your laser treatment and no sunbed use for 14 days before
  • No fake tan can be on the face on the day you have laser so avoid self-tanning products on the face for 7 days before treatment

What is the aftercare for this treatment?

  • Immediately after treatment, there may be redness and swelling at the treatment area (this can feel like mild sunburn).
  • The application of a good moisturiser is recommended and can be done at home that evening
  •  Avoid sun exposure to reduce the risk of hyperpigmentation or darker pigmentation. SPF 50 sunscreen is a MUST.
  • Avoid picking or scratching the treated skin as this may darken any areas of pigmentation.
  • Avoid hot baths, exercise and heat treatments, and treat the skin gently – as if you had sunburn – for the first 24 hours.

How many treatments should I need?

Your first appointment will be a comprehensive consultation and a patch test. If we agree that the treatment is suitable for you we will advise how many sessions may be needed.

It could be anything between 3-6 depending on the reason you are having treatment.

This will be advised at the consultation and a package of treatments may be available.

Who is this treatment not suitable for?

  •  Not suitable for Asian or black skins as will cause pigmentation.
  • Clients with a very dry and sensitive skin may need to use products to fortify the skin barrier prior to treatment – your aesthetic skin therapist will be able to advise you on this on the day of your consultation and test patch.
  •  Any clients who have a reaction to the test patch (burn, blister or pigmentation) will not be able to have this treatment.
  • Cannot be performed on anyone who is pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Cannot be performed on anyone who has had a suntan on the skin or burn on the skin within 14 days of treatment
  • Cannot be performed on anyone on photosensitising medication such as lymecycline or doxycycline
  • Not suitable if you have active acne – we will need to advise you on skincare to treat your breakouts first
  • Clients on retinol products, glycolic acid or other AHA containing products or hydroquinone containing products should stop them 3 days before having laser

Why choose this treatment?

If you’re concerned with aged, sun-damaged or acne-scarred skin – or if you’re just looking for complete skin rejuvenation or want to remove stretchmarks or surgical scars on the body – then this laser resurfacing treatment for skin resurfacing is a great option for you.