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Laser Facial Treatments

Carbon Laser Skin Peel

Carbon Laser Peel is suitable for men & women of all ages and assists people with pigmentation, acne-by killing all bacteria, fine lines, wrinkles, dull or poor skin tone, large pores and helps to lessen the premature signs of aging, also promotes collagen production.

This treatment is sometimes called Carbon laser facial or Hollywood skin peel. Before the facial starts, your dedicated specialist will create a personalised treatment plan. The facial usually starts with a standard double cleanse and tone, followed by carbon solution and laser to create a peeling effect, finished with facial mask and LED light therapy.

Carbon peel tends to rejuvenate skin via the heat generated from the laser treatment. It is gentle, non-invasive and pain free procedure; some clients might compare the sensation during this treatment to a rubber band flicking.

Aftercare: Keep out of direct sunlight for 7 days, wash face 2-3 times a day using gentle cleansers continuously. Keep bedding and face clean.

AVOID: facial scrubs, oral acne medications, heat, Retin-A, hydroquinone, tretinoin cream, corticosteroids, glycol acid (GA) and azelaic acid.

Recommend: Use sunscreen Spf 30+ and adopt a skin washing regiment using gentle oil free cleanser (home care products are available to buy at the salon).

Expectations: Redness will go down in 1-2 hours. Even skin tone and smooth texture will be expected afterwards. A course of four to five sessions, spaced one to four weeks apart, can give great results for improved collagen production, reduced oiliness, and tighter, more radiant skin. A booster facial is recommended every 6 months.

Price: Face- £100 per session or £450 for 5 sessions

           Face and Neck- £120 per session or £550 for 5 sessions

Duration: 60 - 75 minutes 

IPL Skin Rejuvenating Treatment

This popular treatment is also known as a photo-facial or photo-rejuvenation. IPL sessions are great for people who
want to correct pigmentation concerns, redness and even out their skin tone, rough texture, Blotchiness, Brown
spots, Discoloration. Intense pulsed light (IPL) laser treatment is a commonly used laser skin rejuvenation
procedure that can restore your complexion to a more youthful look using photo-rejuvenation. IPL laser therapy is
FDA-approved, non-invasive, and can be used to remedy several skin issues, including sun damage and wrinkles
throughout the body.

The most important part of IPL skin rejuvenation aftercare is sun protection. After a photo-facial session, the skin
will be especially sensitive as your body works to heal the damage. For this reason, we ask that you avoid sun
exposure for at least 30 days following treatment. Since IPL photofacials are nonsurgical and noninvasive, this
treatment can be performed roughly once a month, or once every four weeks, until your desired result has been

Price: Face- £100 per session or £450 for 5 sessions

           Face and Neck- £120 per session or £550 for 5 sessions

For even better results, Add on Chemical peel to your session for extra £40 

Duration: 60 - 75 minutes 

IPL Acne Treatment

Intense pulsed light can tackle the causes of acne and its lasting side effects, like scarring. This procedure also kills
harmful bacteria and reduces redness and inflammation. Repeated IPL photo-facials encourage the skin to shed
and renew its outer layer, a process that gradually eliminates scar tissue.

Price: Face- £100 per session or £450 for 5 sessions

           Face and Neck- £120 per session or £550 for 5 sessions

For even better results, Add on Chemical Peel to your sessions for extra £40.
Duration: 60 - 75 minutes 

What is IPL And what can we treat with IPL?

Intense Pulsed Light treatments utilize a broad spectrum of multiple light wavelengths, whereas a laser delivers a
single wavelength. When applied to client’s skin, safe and effective IPL technology can dramatically improve red
(broken capillaries) or brown pigmentation problems (such as liver spots, age spots, hyperpigmentation.)


Treating Redness (Broken Capillaries)
IPL (Intense Pulse Light) for Vascular can be used to effectively treat broken capillaries, spider veins, red spots,
cherry angionomas and possibly improve rosacea. The IPL treatment works by blasting broken or damaged vessels
back into the bloodstream, allowing the body to reabsorb these vessels a few days after your treatment.


Treating Benning Pigmentation
When we are treating brown spots (hyperpigmentation) with IPL, the natural melanin in our skin absorbs the light
energy. For the first few days after treatment, the spots can appear darker as they come to the surface of the skin.
Then, they crust and flake off.

How much does it cost?
The cost of treatment depends on the size of the area we need to treat. The prices start from £40. You can book
your free consultation and patch test where price will be quoted, and all procedure would be discussed.

Who is suitable for an IPL treatment?
A client who is not tanned, doesn’t use sunbeds or fake tanning. A client who doesn’t have naturally darker skin
(for example Fitzpatrick skin type of 5 or 6).

Possible side effects
After an IPL session, client could notice changes in their skin. A mild side effects are perfectly normal. These
changes indicate that the treatment is working properly. The most common issues that clients might experience are:

Blisters, Bruising, Crusting, Brown spots, Redness, Swelling, Sunspots, Blemishes, hypo-pigmentation or hyper-
pigmentation (both temporarily, can last up to few months)


These symptoms create no reason for concern. Even when a procedure is non-invasive like the IPL
photofacial there is a healing process that takes place, with side effects lasting only a few days.

IPL Aftercare Tips
It is essential to give your skin proper TLC after your IPL session. Being that your skin’s surface will
become very sensitive, particularly to heat exposure.


What Not to Do

  • Don’t take hot showers, hot baths, or bath in a hot tub for a minimum of 48 hours.

  • Don’t exfoliate your skin within the first seven days as it may cause irritation.

  • Don’t pick any crusting or blisters.

  • Don’t exercise or participate in any strenuous physical activity. Wait at least two days to do so.

  • Don’t expose your skin to the sun unprotected. Wait at least 30 days to do so.

  • Don’t use skin care products that have harsh chemicals or contain high amounts of vitamin A, such as alpha-hydroxy acids, Accutane, Retin-A (tretinoin), glycolic acid, and retinoic acid.


Aftercare To-Do’s

  • While there are a few things to avoid post IPL, there are certain things recommended for you to do.

  • Following these quick tips can give you the best results.

  • Do apply sunscreen with a minimum of 30 SPF. This protects your skin from UVB and UVA rays.

  • Do cleanse your skin twice a day with warm water.

  • Do always keep your skin moist using a gentle moisturizer.

  • Do perform a microdermabrasion facial on areas treated with IPL. This protects and hydrates your skin while removing dead skin cells. Perform this skincare routine two- or three-weeks post-treatment.

To book your free consultation, or if you would like some more information please do not hesitate to contact us.

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