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The ultimate, advanced, anti-ageing Nd:YAG laser facial using triple wavelength technology, targeting three major areas of concern and ideal for redness, pigmentation and sunspots. Improving texture and tone, of the skin, synthesising collagen and jump starting the repair process to fight the signs of ageing.


The first wavelength targets underneath the surface of the skin combating bacteria, dirt, oil and reducing pore size. Also stimulates new collagen growth and improves hyper-pigmentation.

The second wavelength works on everything on the surface of the skin, evening out skin tone, improving redness and inflammation.

The third wavelength targets pigmentation, brightens skin, improves texture, and rejuvenates the skin combined.


A course of 3 facials, with 4-week intervals, is ideal to improve or fade pigmentation/age spots and stimulate new collagen and elastin, plumping the skin and reducing the signs of ageing. A course of 6 will give even better results.



Patch test and consultation  Free

Face  £125. Course of 3 £337, Course of 6 £637.

Decolletage £115. Course of 3 £310, Course of 6 £683.


 Suitable for, up to and including a Fitzpatrick skin type 4. 

Beautiful U requires you to complete a short Medical Questionnaire before you commence any laser or IPL treatments. This will be emailed to you prior to your initial consultation, which allows time to check your suitability, Some conditions or medications prohibit you from laser treatments and would be unsafe for you at that time. It is important for the effectiveness of the treatment that you are generally fit and well and that your immune system is not compromised.


Common medications that may cause photosensitivity can include but are not limited to: Antibiotics Antidepressants Antihistamines Antihypertensives Antiparasitics Antipsychotics Contraceptives Diuretics Hypoglycaemics NSAID and Retinoids. The medical questionnaire will ask you to list any medications inc dosage.

It is not uncommon to request you obtain GP authorisation before treatment can go ahead for some conditions or medications.

During the consultation, the treatment will be discussed fully and a series of 3 small patch tests (at various energies) will be carried out, enabling the correct parameters to be established and check your skin's tolerance to light. Full treatment can then commence 3-14 days later following no adverse reactions.

For more information on contra-indications that could prohibit you from treatment click here...