Summary of your treatment
30 to 60 Minutes
Duration of Results
Back to Work
Up to 3 Days
I Pixel procedures ablate, or remove, the epidermis and use a higher-powered laser. The beam heats up the top layer of damaged skin, causing it to vaporize, and reveals a fresh new layer of skin underneath. New collagen is also stimulated with this method, and the skin tightens as it heals. If acne scars are deeper, the ablative laser therapy would produce the smoother texture and glowing complexion you desire. Because ablative skin resurfacing is invasive, it is necessary to have topical anaesthetic. Downtime of approximately 1 week is recommended afterwards because the damaged skin continues to flake off while the new layer of skin heals.
The iPixel Laser is named for the innovative -pixel laser configuration, which stamps a small pin-sized pixel grid onto the skin. This powerful laser is fractionally ablative, so it heats up the compacted scar tissue with powerful, targeted wave energy that destroys the damaged tissue in the process. This laser reaches through the top layers of the skin with precise, controlled penetration and intensity.
he Harmony XL Pro iPixel laser treatment is safe for all skin types and can be administered year-round, so right now is the perfect time to treat the acne scars that you’ve been carrying around. Over the course of just 2 to 4 bi-monthly treatments, your scar will be dramatically reduced or vanish completely with long-lasting results. Using our Harmony XL Pro iPixel laser and grow healthy new skin cells in its place..
In addition to microscopic ablation of the scar itself, the laser also heats up the underlying tissue to boost collagen production and increase blood flow, which speeds up the healing process. New skin cells fill the scarred area with healthy, fresh skin while smoothing out the surface. In addition to reducing and eliminating the look of the scar itself, the boost in collagen also helps to tighten the undamaged skin around the scar, so you can enjoy the added perk of skin resurfacing at the same time.
• Pulling at skin that is not ready to come off.
• Trying to pick, pop, or scratch anything on your skin.
• Prolonged exposure to the sun.
• Any harsh skin care products
• Waxing hair on treated areas.
• Washing your face with hot water