Tixel Facial Rejuvenation – Light Touch Clinic


Tixel is one of our most popular treatments at the Light Touch Clinic and is an overall skin resurfacing and rejuvenation treatment. This treatment improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles whilst boosting luminosity and smoothing skin using heat energy – no needles, no laser, no charring!

We can use this treatment on the face, neck, decolletage and even eye lids! What really sets this treatment apart for us is that it has minimal downtime yet yields comparable results to CO2 lasers.
Before and After Tixel


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Why Choose Light Touch Clinic?

  • We are registered with the CQC to ensure that the highest standards of patient care are being met.
  • We pride ourselves on our commitment to training. All of our practitioners have undergone thorough initial training and regular refresher training to ensure that they know the latest and safest techniques.
  • Conveniently situated on Weybridge high street.





After (image courtesy of Arash Kalantari, MD, US)

Tixel is effective for treating:

  • Fine line and wrinkles
  • Acne
  • Scarring
  • Uneven Pigmentation
  • Melasma
Treatment Summary

DISCLAIMER: Everyone is unique. This means that sensitivity periods, treatment plans, treatment results and their longevity will vary from patient to patient. The information on this page is based on the average treatment experience. For more accurate information, you should make a consultation with one of our experts.

No. of treatments 4
Procedure Time Varies
Anaesthetic Topical
Sensitivity Period 1 - 3 days*
Back to work Next Day*
Full Recovery Usually 0 - 3 days*
Duration of results Annual top-ups recommended
How does it work?
Who Will I See?
How does it work?

Tixel uses controlled pure heat energy to encourage the skin the renew itself. The head of the Tixel machine has a grid of pyramids which transfer the heat directly the skin for a fraction of a second. The length of exposure will vary depending to your treatment plan.

Tixel has three unique applications: abalative, non-ablative and open channel treatment. Your treatment will depend on what type skin concern you would like treated; your practitioner will explain which treatment will work best for you.


How much downtime is involved?

Unlike laser alternatives, Tixel has minimal downtime. You are likely to experience some initial redness and warmth post-treatment. But this will subside after a few hours. If you have an ablative treatment you may experience some light crusting a few days after treatment. However, it can be covered by makeup and is not as extensive as post-treatment crusting from a CO2 laser such as Fraxel.

How many treatments do I need?

This varies according to the type of skin concern you are seeking to correct with Tixel. Your practitioner will work with you to develop a bespoke treatment. Most patients are recommended a course of 4 treatments.

Does the treatment hurt?

You will have a topical anaesthetic applied to the skin prior to treatment to make it more comfortable. The treatment is generally well tolerated.

What can Tixel be used to treat?

Tixel is a novel device with multiple aesthetic applications. It is fab for rejuvenation as it can reduce wrinkles and lines. In addition, it also resurfaces the skin by reducing sunspots, treating pigmentation and reducing the appearance of scars.

What we love about this treatment is that it can be used all over the face including the eyelids and peri-orbital area.

Who will I see?

All of our medical aestheticians are trained in Tixel rejuvenation and undergo regular refresher training to keep their skills up to date.

BOOK NOW ON 01932 849 552 info@lighttouchclinic.co.uk

*Disclaimer: patient results and treatment experiences may vary.

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