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red hair woman with imaculate skin after Pixel peel

Faster visible results

Pixel Peels

This treatment is designed to allow deeper penetration of the Peel into the skin, thereby stimulating the regeneration process at a dermal (deep) level, as well as improving surface texture and pigmentation. This allows new, healthy and vibrant skin growth to be revealed at a faster rate.

Learn more about our Pixel Peels

What is a pixel peel?

Our Pixel Peel uses the technology of the InnoPen which stimulates collagen and healing to create micro-sized holes in the skin so that the chemical peel penetrates deeper into the skin’s layers. Instead of doing one of these treatments by itself, we combine both to achieve a “astounding” result.

Pixel peel is the combination of micro-needling and a chemical peel.

What can it do for you?

We are able to treat a range of concerns from dull ageing skin, deep lines and enlarged pores to sun damage, pigmentation and uneven texture.

What are pixel peels used for?

Pixel peels are used for the treatment of photo-aging (from sun damage), fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars, pigmentation (including melasma, freckles, and age spots), enlarged pores, uneven skin texture and skin impurities(blackheads and whiteheads).
Is increases collagen and elastin production slowing down the aging process, while reversing the signs of aging.

Is there any down-time?

As this is a bit more of an invasive treatment, a little downtime should be expected. This means slight peeling or flaking could occur on the skin and last for about 4 days. The skin will still be normal, meaning minimal to no redness and inflammation, and your normal routine can continue. Applying a good hydrating cream/serum after this treatment is important for optimal results. It takes about 1-2 weeks for the skin to recover fully and the results just keep coming. Skin may still continuously keep improving over the next few months.

Benefits of a Pixel peel?

  • Increase collagen and elastin production

  • Treats premature aging and pigmentation

  • Slows down the aging process

  • Refines enlarged pores

  • Cleans out clogged pores

  • Stimulates cell regeneration

  • Improves overall skin colour and texture

  • Glowing and radiant skin

  • Reduces the appearance of scars

What are the contra-indications to pixel peels?

Pixel peels should be avoided if any of the following conditions are present:
• Active cold sores, herpes simplex or warts in the area to be treated
• Wounded, sunburned or excessively reactive skin
• Accutane use within the 6months
• History of recent chemotherapy or radiation therapy
• Patients with a history psoriasis

How many treatments will I need?

For ideal results, we recommend a series of 4-6 treatments done at 4-5 weekly intervals.

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