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Introducing our new treatment - LaseMD from Lutronic!

We are delighted to introduce to you this new, revolutionary, non-invasive skin rejuvenation treatment.

Lase MD is a fractional non-ablative laser and cosmeceutical delivery system. It is the newest technology in laser resurfacing treatment options by Lutronic.

Lase MD is a non-ablative 1927 fractional laser, safe for all skin types 1-6 and can be performed all year round. We maximize on the channels created by the laser and the pockets formed between the epidermis and dermis, and we use the opportunity to feed the skin. 

Using LASEMD nano serums, free from perfumes, preservatives and other unnecessary chemicals, we choose whichever serum targets your skin concerns and fill the skin with these tiny particles. It means you experience a world-class laser treatment and facial treatment in just one sitting. You will be given whatever serum we decide to work with, to take home. Keep this in the fridge. Apply to clean skin 2-3 times per day post-treatment. Use until the ampoule is completely empty.


LaseMD Ultra is a 1927nm non-ablative fractional thulium laser.

A fractional laser treats only a fraction of skin tissue at a time, leaving the tissues around the treatment area intact to promote rapid healing. The controlled damage created by the laser stimulates the body’s own natural healing process, which replaces old and damaged cells with healthy new cells.

The 1927nm wavelength thulium laser plays an important role in dermatology. It causes a small wound just below the top layer of the skin (the epidermis), allowing it to treat a number of skin surface imperfections such as sun spots (precancerous),freckles, pigment and sun damage. The heating effect from the laser also results in collagen remodelling in the deeper layers of the skin (the dermis), hence the improvement in wrinkles and skin texture.

LaseMD Ultra is non-ablative, which means the top layer of skin remains intact during the treatment. It is an excellent low-downtime resurfacing treatment.

  • Sun spots (solar keratosis – precancerous sun spots)
  • Brown spots (solar lentigines, freckles)
  • Wrinkles
  • Uneven skin tone and texture
  • Scars and acne scars
  • Melasma (as part of combination treatment with sun protection and prescription creams/medications/skin injections)

The dermal clinician performing your treatment may apply numbing cream before using the laser to make sure you are comfortable. If the device is calibrated to a lower intensity setting, topical anaesthesia may be unnecessary. You will feel some sensations as the LaseMD Ultra handpiece is passed over your skin. Patients typically describe the feelings as warmth and tingling. This treatment can take from 20 minutes, to up to an hour to complete.

The fractionated approach means LaseMD Ultra’s downtime is reduced compared to more aggressive, non-fractional laser treatments. Once your session is over, your face will look like you have a sunburn. You’ll notice some redness and minor swelling that should lessen over the next day or so. You will be able to resume normal activities immediately, although most people choose to take physical activities lightly for one to two days. You can apply makeup starting the day after your treatment.

Over the next five to six days, your skin will develop a dry, sandpaper-like texture. This is normal and will resolve as your skin exfoliates, revealing the fresher, clearer skin below the surface. In most cases, full healing takes five to seven days. Patients who receive a more powerful treatment should expect a longer healing time.

You may start to see improvements in your skin soon after your LaseMD Ultra treatment. However, changes can continue for months as your collagen levels increase. Your skin will look tighter, younger, brighter and naturally healthy.

  • Epilepsy
  • Diabetic
  • Fake Tan & Recent Sun Exposure
  • New Medication (light sensitive)
  • Pregnancy or Breastfeeding
  • Upcoming holiday
  • Signs or presence of a cold sore or infections
  • Generally unwell
  • Recent surgery or other treatments to area
  • An allergy to anaesthetic or numbing creams- Patch Test Essential 
  • The use of Botox or fillers in the 6 weeks leading up to treatment
  • Bleeding disorders/the use of anti-coagulants 
  • Immunosuppressive disorders
  • Skin Cancers, premalignant moles.