PicoWay® Resolve Skin treatment London

PicoWay® Resolve laser is used for the treatment of Epidermal and Dermal pigmentation for all skin types. Using the shortest picosecond pulse duration on the market, the PicoWay® sends shockwaves into the tissue to obliterate excess pigmentation. Brighten your skin today with PicoWay® Resolve!

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Why use PicoWay® for your pigmentation removal and skin rejuvenation journey?

Using photomechanical picoseconds rather than photothermal action, PicoWay® reduces the excess heat entering the skin, making it a safer procedure than most lasers. Many lasers or IPL use heat to remove pigment and improve the skin texture, which leads to unwanted downtime and increased risk to skin tone. Meanwhile, the PicoWay® Resolve targets the melanin under the surface, allowing you to have an effective treatment with no downtime, broken skin, or peeling, making it perfect for all skin types. For rejuvenation, anti-wrinkle treatment and acne scarring, collagen and elastin are stimulated just below the skin’s surface. Meanwhile, pigmentation is obliterated under the surface, allowing the body to remove the fragments naturally. The PicoWay® Zoom hand piece is also fantastic for tattoo removal on all skin types.

Benefits of Resolve Skin Treatment

  • Suitable for ALL skin types
  • Successfully treats acne scars, wrinkles & pigmented lesions
  • Effectively treats Melasma, Nevus of Ota and some birthmarks
  • Excellent in removing Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH), particularly in Asian and Black skin types
  • FDA and CE cleared
  • Non-invasive
  • No downtime
  • Proven to stimulate collagen and elastin

Dual fractionated wavelengths for a combined approach 

Using two different wavelengths, the 1064 nm and 532 nm, the PicoWay® Resolve creates microscopic injuries to the skin that signal our bodies’ healing response, sending mass amounts of collagen and elastin to repair and revitalise tired or uneven skin tone and texture. Leading to brighter smoother skin. 

These wavelengths are the perfect solution to treat enlarged pores, epidermal acne scarring, pigmentation, birthmarks, Nevus of Ota and fine lines. At Pulse Light Clinic, we are the only ones in the UK to offer both the Resolve and Picosure Focus, putting us at the forefront of Picosecond Tattoo removal and skin rejuvenation. If you are looking for a more aggressive solution to pigmentation removal, have a look at our resurfacing medical CO2 and Cool Lasers.

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Following your treatment, you will have erythema and redness of the skin; your skin will be cooled with our Cryocooler to remove any excess warmth before you leave. The redness usually subsides the same day, but it can take two days for the last few bits to clear for wrinkle and scar reduction, where the treatment might be more intense, leaving red dots. Makeup can be worn the following day, and exercise should be avoided for 24 -48 hours.

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PicoWay® Resolve FAQs

How many treatments of Resolve will I need?

They are sold in courses of 3 and 6, it does depend on the condition you are having treated and the severity. At your consultation, your practitioner will advise how many you will need to meet your skin goals.

Are the results instant?

No, as with most skin treatments, it takes time for the body to respond. Pigmentation will fade a lot faster than collagen will be produced, for example. The pigment will lighten within 1-2 weeks if it's sun damage; PIH will take longer as it's deeper in the skin. Rejuvenation will keep on working for six months.

What are the intervals between sessions?

Four weeks is the typical interval, but longer might be left for darker skin types and PIH treatment.

What is the difference between Picosure Focus and PicoWay® Resolve?

PicoWay® has a shorter pulse duration than Picosure, making it slightly more aggressive. However, the wavelengths are different; PicoWay® uses 1064 nm and 532 nm, whereas Picosure uses 755 nm. At Pulse Light Clinic, we use Picosure more for Melasma treatment and sun damage on skin types 1-4. For deeper rejuvenation, collagen stimulation, some birthmarks and PIH, we tend to use PicoWay®. At your consultation, your skin will be assessed, and the Consultant will discuss the best laser to suit your needs.