Tixel recommended by Good Housekeeping, Tatler and Red magazine

Tixel continues to impress beauty experts from  respected magazines. after scoring 10/10 from the Sunday Times for rejuvenation of the decolletage area, the new skin rejuvenation platform has now been endorsed by Good Housekeeping, tattler and Red. 

Tixel uses direct HEAT at 400 degrees Celsius to created micropores that permeate the skin through from the epidermis to the dermal layers where collagen and elastin are formed. best results are obtained from at least 3 treatments around 6 weeks apart. There is minimal downtime and the treatment is well tolerated. Tixel may be used to open up ”channels” in the skin which allow serums to be absorbed directly into the deeper layers of the skin where serum ingredients can smooth, hydrate and reduce problems like pigmentation.

Tixel is a novel thermal fractional skin rejuvenation system covering the treatment spectrum of ablative CO₂ and non-ablative lasers. In ablative mode deep or shallow channels are created. In non-ablative mode Tixel transfers heat to the upper dermis while sparing the epidermis thus generating permeable channels with effective transdermal transfer to hydrophilic molecules.

Based on Thermo-Mechanical Ablation (TMA) technology, the Tixel impacts the targeted tissue almost identically to fractional CO₂ and erbium lasers, however with low pain, safely and at a fraction of the size and cost of a laser. Analgesic creams are not required. Healing is fast and down time short.



Prices start from £350. Tixel may be used on the face, around the mouth, the eyes, neck, chest and hands. 

E: info@skinqure.co.uk   T: 01482 662480 for appointment.

If you only have one facial a year, it should be TIXEL.!!

Good Housekeeping recommends TIXEL for skin rejuvenation