Non-ablative Q-Switch laser gives great results with low risk & minimal downtime
This lady has responded well from her course of 3 laser facials. We use a non-ablative fractional modality to stimulate skin remodelling and collagenesis
* Reduce fine lines and wrinkles
* Reduce acne scarring
* Give a brighter more even skin tone
* Reduce pore size
* Visibly tighten skin
More details coming soon
Follicular oedema - this is a clinical end point for hair removal. In other words, it shows us that the treatment is working!
But don't worry, it only lasts about 30 minutes. By the time we'd finished the other leg it had come down already
Lasers > Razors
We're very proud to have played our small part in this masterpiece by Kenny
Awesome work by the artist, and a brave man to sit for it!
We performed 6 laser treatments to the dodgy dragon over a 12 month period to prepare for the new tattoo. We recommend at least 6 months, and preferably 12 months between laser and your new ink, but that decision is really between you and your artist. Because of lockdown chaos this gentleman actually went 2 years between his last laser and completion of his silverback tattoo.
Jen back to finish off her cherry angioma - great result regardless of it needing another ping today
You’ve researched the process of tattoo removal, you’ve carefully chosen a respected laser clinic with high quality equipment and a track record of results, and you’ve started treatment. But how do you get the best out of it? Tattoo removal relies on your immune system to do the heavy lifting and actually shift that ink out of your skin once the laser has broken it up into tiny fragments small enough to process. The main ways to optimise your results are to boost your immune system...
Cheeky wee thigh tattoo treatment today on this pistol packing femme fatale
Many thanks to Shelley for letting us film her treatment
We have the equipment and the know-how to treat facial threadveins safely and help you to keep looking your best
Many thanks to Anne for letting us film her treatment
Undergoing laser procedures is a fairly daunting thing for many people. There’s a whole lexicon of terminologies and brand names and lots of breathless claims about how a provider can radically change your life and fix all of your problems. How do you filter the nonsense from the reality? How do you know you’re getting value for money? How do you know that you’re going to be safe? How do you spot the cowboys?