Pico Rejuvenation Laser Toning is a treatment that uses an advanced Pico laser to treat pigmentation, acne scarring and large pores. We are the first medical cosmetic clinic in Australia to have this specific model of Pico laser.
Two things make this treatment unique. Firstly, it uses frictional mechanical energy with very little heat, so treatments are more comfortable with less redness and no downtime. Secondly, it delivers energy pulses at an exceptionally rapid rate, which enables the treatment to work more efficiently so you can achieve results with fewer sessions.
The specialised Pico laser rapidly delivers light energy to pigmented tissue beneath the skin. This breaks the pigment down into tiny particles that your immune system then removes naturally.
Because of the rapid rate at which the energy pulses, this treatment works more efficiently than other lasers which often leads to better results with deep melasma and pigmentation.
Your skin will be cleansed in preparation for treatment and then your clinician will use the appropriate laser handpiece to deliver pulses of energy directly onto the treatment area.
About 20 minutes per session.
3-4 weeks apart.
Depending on the condition of your skin, you may need 4-6 treatments.
The Pico Rejuvenation treatment relies on rapid pulses of light energy and very little heat, so there is less discomfort than treatments that primarily use heat energy.
Package pricing starts at $400 per treatment*
*Pricing as of April 2018 and may change
None. Pico Rejuvenation uses light energy and very little heat, which means no downtime and very little redness after treatment.
As your immune system removes the broken-down particles, you will gradually notice more fading of pigmentation after each treatment.
It’s recommended that you use sunscreen and a pigmentation inhibitor, such as SkinFit Melanofide Pigment Normalising Serum for ten days leading up to treatment.
Treatments for skin conditions such as pigmentation are very long-lasting so long as results are maintained by sun protection. You can also ask your clinician about using a pigment inhibitor.
Maintenance treatments may be needed in the future, depending on your skin type, and your clinician can help you determine how often you should return for them.