September 10, 2021

We frequently are asked if laser tattoo removal can cause scarring. This in part can be answered in relation to after-care. It is essential that after-care instructions are followed in order to minimise any post treatment concerns. Following your treatment at LaserYou with the PicoSure laser, we ensure to apply a barrier cream and a

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July 9, 2021

While no tests have been carried out, our recommendation is you wait a minimum of one week after your Covid jab before having any laser treatment. Of course you must assess your individual circumstances and in the event you are not feeling well please seek medical advice. Only attend your appointment if you are in

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June 30, 2021

Frequently asked! The photo you can see is for treatment on a client at LaserYou with the PicoSure Laser. Regardless of the size, location, type of ink used, the PicoSure is the best laser for tattoo removal. It’s all about Pico technology which has the capability of breaking down the ink into the finest particles.

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June 15, 2021

The SkinPen®Advantage for the treatment of FINE LINES | WRINKLES | SCARS| MELASMA Made in the USA this device, FDA approved. SkinPen Precision is a cordless medical device designed to boost new collagen production, a key factor in rejuvenating scarred skin. It’s a safe and effective way of rejuvenating the skin in as little as 4

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June 1, 2021

Sun exposure is the main cause of the damage to the skin. So while it is important to use sun protection SPF after laser treatment, it is just as important to use SPF anytime you are exposed to Ultra violet rays. Especially in the summer but really all year round. PicoSure treatment, as with all

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May 20, 2021

Cyspera – The Alternative for Hyperpigmentation Hydroquinone has been used for decades as the gold standard for stubborn discolouration concerns but there have been concerns with the this product with some claims it may be carcinogenic. Non-hydroquinone compounds exist such as kojic acid, arbutin, azelaic acid, retinoids and hydroxy acids  but these show lower efficacy. 

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