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The prices shown are starting prices and exact price will be confirmed in consultation where treatment options, suitability and expected results will be discussed.
We offer a nationwide service for Fraxel® treatment which is available at all of our clinics, including:-
To secure an appointment, your credit or debit card details will be secured against your booking. For free consultations, this is £25 with a practitioner or £50 for acne or injectables consultations. For all other chargeable consultations, appointments, test patches and reviews, please refer to our payment protection and cancellation policies for more information.
|Doctor consultations from||
|Treatment||Single Treatment From||Course of 5 Price per Treatment From|
|Half face or hands||£770.00||
|Full face or décolletage||£1,056.00||
|Face and neck||£1,419.00||
|Face, neck and décolletage||£1,922.00||
The sk:n promise
Our mission to deliver confidence through better skin is at the heart of everything we do. Our promise to you:
- Award-winning, unrivalled medical expertise. No one has more consultants, doctors and clinical expertise than sk:n, so no other dermatology provider comes close.
- Outstanding approach to client care for over 30 years. We’ve consistently delivered unrivalled, personalised client care, that’s always right for our clients. If you have a concern, you can trust us to solve it.
- Standards you can trust. Our market-leading medical, safety and training protocols and strict industry regulation means you can trust that your safety and care is our priority.
- We are the UK’s leading skin clinics. We’ve treated millions of clients, improving their self-confidence for the better – with some life-changing results.
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- More than 450 consultants, doctors, nurses and medical practitioners
- Regulated by the Care Quality Commission, Health Inspectorate Wales and Health Improvement Scotland
- Partner of the NHS
- Rated excellent by our clients on Trustpilot
- Strict safety and care protocols
Frequently asked questions
What is Fraxel® good for?
Fraxel® is best suited to people who have lines and wrinkles, sun-damaged skin, scars, acne scars, hyper-pigmentation or pigmentation. Areas which can be treated include the face, neck, décolletage, hands and arms.
Will Fraxel® effectively treat my acne scars?
For textured acne scars such as ice pick, boxcar and rolling scars, laser treatment is a very effective, much more so than any topical treatment. Your practitioner will discuss with you which treatments are best to achieve your desired results.
How long does the treatment take?
Before your treatment you skin will be numbed, the treatment itself will then take around 20-30 minutes depending on the treatment area.
Does the treatment hurt?
Your skin can feel prickly during the treatment but is only mildly uncomfortable. Numbing cream will help to ease any discomfort.
How much does Fraxel® cost?
Depending on the area and how many treatments required, the costs will vary. To treatment half face, costs start from £635.
How many Fraxel® treatments are needed?
The specific number of treatments will be discussed in your initial consultation. Your doctor will tailor your treatment plan to your goals and desired results, as well as your lifestyle. Some clients see results after just one treatment whilst others see exceptional results after a course of five.
What is the downtime after a Fraxel® laser treatment?
Depending on the area treated, you can expect 3-5 days downtime. Immediately after your Fraxel® treatment, your skin will be red, similar to sunburn. This may last a few days and you may also experience some swelling. Your skin will peel, which of course is a sign that the treatment is working. If pigmentation is present on the skin, this may darken soon after treatment and last a few days until it flakes away revealing smoother, clearer skin.
Are Fraxel® results permanent?
Results will last for a long time (often several years), but they are not permanent. Your skin will continue to age, so you may need further treatments in the future.