Laser Skin Treatments

We all want skin as soft and smooth as a babies bum, right!? Zero pimples, no lines, fresh, even and radiant. Sounds like we’re trying to reach for the impossible? Think again. With the advancement in laser skin treatments there’s now so much more we can do to create flawless skin.

So what can laser skin treatments be used for?

Skin Rejuvenation to Smooth fine lines and wrinkles

This treatment promotes cell renewal and reduces signs of ageing, fine lines and wrinkles. It will improve the texture and smoothness of the skin which will appear refined and refreshed with a more even skin tone.

Acne Clearance

Get fresher clearer skin by destroying acne causing bacteria which can be found within the pores of the skin.

Removal of Facial Blemishes and Freckles

Excess melanin will be broken down and the skin will be safely treated to obtain a more even skin tone.

Removal of Facial Thread Veins

Improves and redefines the skin tone and diminishes patches of redness which may appear on nose cheeks, chin or décolletage.

All single treatments from £35.00

Consultation and patch test £25

Aloe Vera is on sale for £6.00 for use after laser treatments

Course of 5 Treatments to be used within 6 months £175.00

After Care

Following any laser treatment you should avoid the use of perfume, aftershave, deodorants and anti-perspirants, creams or oils for 24-48 hours. Aloe Vera gel can be permitted.

Any products which you usually use which may contain Retinol should be avoided during your course of treatment as this may cause an adverse reaction.

Exercise should be avoided for 24 hours following treatments as sweating can lead to the hair follicle becoming inflamed or infected.

Sun beds Sun exposure and self-tan creams should be avoided for at least two weeks Unnecessary heating of the treated areas should be avoided for 2 weeks this would include Saunas, Jacuzzis, and Steam Rooms.

Avoid exfoliating or peels for at least 7 days after the end of your treatment.

Apply an spf 25+ sun cream to the treatment area if the area will become exposed to the sunlight