Tixel is a treatment in which the power of heat is harnessed to freshen the skin - perfect for patients that are not ready for a surgical option. 



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Tiny probes heated to 400 degrees centigrade touch the skin momentarily. It employs direct heat, that is used in a controlled manner. This helps to reduce skin blemishes, tighten pores, improve acne scars and triggers the skin to make new collagen, which can be lost through the ageing process.


Patients who have sun damaged skin have also found this treatment very effective as it can reverse the signs of sunspots and aged skin from UV.

Ultimately this treatment leads to the skin looking fresher in as quickly as a week and starting to tighten in as quickly as a month. 


 What areas does Tixel treat?

  • Tired and ageing skin

  • Fine lines, wrinkles, poor skin texture

  • Upper lip lines

  • Prominent pores

  • Acne scars

  • Pigmentation

  • Heavy eyelids

  • Sun damage

Also great for people who do not wish to opt for surgery or who are not quite ready for surgery. For patients who have already had surgery, this treatment is a great way of maintaining results.

Prices from £400

Patient Stories

"No more beauty counters looking for the perfect cream and foundation"
Angela had Tixel treatment from Dr Sajjad Rajpar. Read her story...After years of smoking, using sunbeds, sunbathing with no sunscreen, it sadly caught up with me in my late 30s. I had always had active acne and thought the sun helped. Sadly I could see the damage on a photograph, which shocked...

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Who will I see at my consultation?
Your surgical consultation will be with the consultant that will perform your surgery should you decide to proceed. We only offer nurse led consultations for our non-surgical treatments. You will likely see a nurse for some of your post-op appointments (to have stitches out, dressings changed...

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