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Laser Treatment

Skin Rejuvenation

Thread veins, leg veins, sun spots, anti-aging, venous lake, spider nevi, & Fungal nail treatment

Soon to be offering Chemical Peels alongside our laser technologies for a holistic approach to glowing skin, Utilising both technologies within the Motus AY - Alexandrite and ND Yaga lasers - to boost collagen production & to treat a multitude of skin concerns including rosacea, active acne, hyperpigmentation, and vascular lesions such as thread veins, rosacea, leg veins (1.5mm max diameter), venous lake, spider nevi, to name a few. 

 

Here at Cheshire Glow Clinic we are able to treat all of these (severity dependant), with our state of the art, Motus AY. Offering superior results unrivalled in the market, used by many private & NHS hospitals.

 

It is a fantastic way to precisely treat areas of concern, or the full face, for all-round skin rejuvenation, improvement of tone & texture, reducing redness, or more specifically treating the aforementioned concerns, in addition to freckles, some birth marks, and sun damage. 

 

Not everyone is a candidate for these treatments; there are some skin and/or medical conditions which we are unable to treat, and darker skin tones are less suitable for these as there can be a risk of burning due to the way the technology works. To establish if you are a candidate please enquire via the contact form and our specialist will get back to you. If we believe we can help we will advise you book in for a patch test.

 

No treatments can be carried out without a patch test within our clinic beforehand, minimum 7 days prior.

 

During your consultation our specialist will:

Discuss the area(s) of concern including a likely treatment plan and outcome which may combine methods 

 

Carry out a small routine patch test to check your skins response to the IPL

 

Explain what happens during your treatment, how to prepare, aftercare, & costs

 

Answer any questions you may have

Please check our FAQ page if you would like more information

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