Laser skin tightening is a non-invasive procedure that helps to smooth and tighten lines and wrinkles caused by aging and sun damage. The treatment helps to stimulate the production of collagen and new skin cells, creating a tighter, brighter and more youthful appearance.
How it Works
Laser skin tightening works by using a safe and targeted near infrared light (NIR). We use the Alma Lasers NIR which safely and effectively heats the dermis (inner layers of skin), stimulating the production of collagen. The treatment helps to tighten the skin, protecting it against future aging. A healthy layer of collagen in the dermis will help to provide skin with the elasticity and resilience that it needs, preventing sagging and keeping skin tight and smooth. Laser skin tightening differs to laser skin resurfacing in that the laser does not affect the top layer of skin. Instead , the laser penetrates deep within the skin , stimulating new cell growth and collagen production from within.
Laser skin tightening can be used on a wide range of areas. The most common issues that we treat include: Sun damage Fine lines and wrinkles Loose jowls and sagging skin around the neck Lines from the nose to mouth Drooping brows or forehead Bags underneath the eyes Abdomen after pregnancy or weight loss Arms
During treatment, we’ll apply a cold gel to the area to be treated. Next, one of our practitioners will pass the Alma Lasers NIR over the surface of the skin to deliver very precise and targeted pulses of light to the treatment area.
Laser skin tightening is usually very effective. Results are often visible after just one treatment and will continue to improve over the days and weeks after treatment as skin cells regenerate and collagen production is stimulated. A course of 4 to 8 treatments will usually be recommended, depending on your specific skin complaint and the area to be treated. Maintenance treatments may also be required.
Full Face £150
Full Face & Neck £200
Jowel Lift £75
Upper or Lower Face £100
(buy a course of 6 and get 2 free)