Skin Rejuvenation

Skin Rejuvenation without the need for surgery.

We offer numerous skin rejuvenation treatments using our IPL & Lasers

  • Sun-induced skin changes - Liver spots & Age spots 
  • Facial Rejuvenation
  • Pigmented Lesions
  • Wrinkles and pigmentation
  • Stretch Marks

Why should you come to the Tanning  & Laser Clinic?

  • Experienced practitioners
  • Lynton Lasers
  • Advanced Technology
  • Positive Results
Laser Treatment Room


While we should all be aware of the need to use an SPF on a daily basis, it’s not something that all of us do. Help is at hand in the form of IPL Photorejuvenation, which can treat numerous skin conditions at once.

It is effective on freckles, age spots and other sun damage skin, as well as red blemishes which originate from blood vessels. It can be used to treat the neck, chest and hands as well as the face.

IPL Photorejuvenation involves using an energy-delivery device to improve:

• Skin Texture
• Fine lines & Wrinkles
• Scars
• Hyperpigmentation
• Sun Damaged Skin

This technique treats skin damage non-invasively so the risk of complications is low and it requires little or no recovery time.

How it works:

Precise pulses of light are delivered to the area being treated via the IPL hand piece. The light penetrates the tissue and is absorbed by the melanin (when treating pigmented lesions) damaging them.

The body’s natural processes then remove the injured tissue giving the skin a more even and youthful appearance. This light is also changed to heat energy as it reaches to the level of collagen beneath the skins surface, stimulating the production of collagen and new cells.

What does it feel like?

Most of our clients experience a mild sensation of heat, similar to a rubber band gently snapping at your skin. This sensation is very mild and easily tolerated. Afterwards, the skin may look flushed temporarily but you will be able to return to normal daily  routines immediately.

How many treatments will I need?

You will need on average four to six treatments every three to five weeks. The results achieved from a course of treatments can be expected to last for possibly several years or longer, and results can be maintained by having an occasional single maintenance treatment.