Treat problem areas with laser focus

Treat problem areas with laser focus

As we get older, the skin starts to show little ‘tell-tale’ signs of ageing. Problem areas of the face, hands and neck can reveal your ‘age spots’ (little brown pigmentation marks).

These can be particularly evident if you’ve been a sun worshipper as signs of sun damage really start to accelerate as we get older, starting to exhibit as marks, freckles or ‘sunspot’ blemishes on your skin.

Winter is an excellent time to start a new skincare journey and, with the help of Clinetix, if you are suffering from any of these unwanted signs of ageing, then a course of laser therapy or IPL (intense pulsed light) could provide an effective treatment option. This kind of therapy is ideal for over the darker winter months as, after treatment, it is important to limit sun exposure, avoid UV tanning beds and protect the treated area against UV rays with high factor SPF protection.

Many of our laser treatments require little or no downtime, so you can carry on with everyday life after treatment, although the post treatment area response will vary from person to person and will depend on the extent of the treatment.

Localised areas can be targeted precisely, tackling problem areas head on and leading to excellent treatment outcomes:

  • Produces subtle but noticeable results
  • Visibly reduces the effects of sun damage on your skin
  • Eliminates unsightly red or broken facial veins
  • Uses your skin’s natural collagen to rejuvenate skin
  • Leaves your skin, fresher, brighter and more toned
  • Provides lasting results

Here, at Clinetix, we offer a wide range of laser and light treatments that use energy-based devices to rejuvenate your complexion, smoothing skin and reducing the appearance fine lines, blemishes and damaged or scar tissue. Laser therapies don’t just treat skin pigmentation areas, they can be used treat other conditions too such as facial redness (rosacea), red or broken veins, thread veins (small clusters of veins appearing on your face), acne and can even help reduce the appearance of stretch marks.

However, the real beauty of laser treatment options is that they work with your body’s own immune system to generate the desired results:


This laser resurfacing treatment causes a controlled removal of skin from the targeted area, which triggers the skin to undergo a healing process to regenerate new and healthy skin. It promotes even skin tone and texture and is ideal for improving the appearance of scars, fine lines and enlarged pores.


An ideal treatment (suitable for lots of skin types) if you’re looking to reverse the early signs of ageing, leaving the skin with a more radiant, youthful appearance. It is also used to improve the appearance of acne scarring.  Fractora uses pulses of radiofrequency to tighten and resurface the skin by stimulating the body’s production of collagen, improving your skin’s firmness and texture.


Commonly used for the treatment of red veins, erythema (a type of skin rash caused by injured or inflamed capillaries) and pigmentation concerns, IPL can also be used to tackle skin rejuvenation. Skin rejuvenation with IPL stimulates new collagen growth, for a more evenly toned complexion, resulting in a reduction of fine lines and wrinkles.

LED Phototherapy

The team at Clinetix use the revolutionary Dermalux Phototherapy to deliver safe and effective results for a wide range of skin concerns without discomfort or downtime. This treatment is offered as an excellent add-on to other therapies to aid recovery and enhance results.

To assess which treatment option is ideal for you, the first step would be to have a no obligation consultation with one of our expert skin professionals. This allows us to carefully consider your problem areas and any concerns you may have before providing you with a detailed explanation of treatment options and results that will work for you.

Remember – don’t be shy if you have any questions you would like to put to our team of experts – then ask away!

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