Tixel Instructions

To prepare for Tixel treatment, follow these steps:

1. Consultation: Schedule a consultation with us. During this visit, discuss your skin concerns, medical history, and any medications you’re currently taking.

 2. Limit Sun Exposure: Reduce exposure to the sun for a minimum of one week before the treatment. Sunburned or tanned skin may impact the effectiveness of the procedure and elevate the risk of complications.

3. Cease Certain Medications: Temporarily discontinue the use of specific medications, such as blood thinners or photosensitizing drugs, before the treatment. Adhere to your provider’s instructions regarding medication usage.

4. Prepare Your Skin: On the treatment day, ensure your skin is clean and free of makeup.

5. Application of Numbing Cream: If needed, a numbing cream will be administered to the treatment area to improve comfort during the procedure.

6. Procedure Expectations: Familiarize yourself with what to anticipate during the treatment. You may experience a warm or tingling sensation as the Tixel device is applied to your skin. The procedure is typically well-tolerated.

Ensure optimal results and minimize potential risks by adhering to any specific instructions provided by your healthcare professional.

1. First Few Days:

Skin Peeling: Over the next few days, you might notice some skin peeling or flaking. This is part of the natural healing process as the old skin is replaced by new, rejuvenated skin.

Avoid Sun Exposure: Protect your skin from direct sunlight. Sunscreen with a high SPF is essential during this period.


2. First Week:

Healing Time: Most people can resume their regular activities within a day or two. However, complete healing may take up to a week.

Makeup: You can usually apply makeup after the first day, but be gentle with your skin.




3. Long-Term Recovery:

Collagen Regeneration: Tixel stimulates collagen production, which continues over several weeks. You’ll notice gradual improvements in skin texture, tone, and tightness.

Avoid Harsh Treatments: Refrain from aggressive skincare treatments (chemical peels, laser, etc.) during the initial recovery phase.


4. Follow Post-Treatment Instructions:

Hydration: Keep your skin well-hydrated by using a gentle moisturizer.

Avoid Scrubbing: Refrain from scrubbing or exfoliating the treated area until it has fully healed.

Avoid Hot Showers: Hot showers or baths can exacerbate redness and irritation.

Remember that individual experiences may vary, and it’s essential to follow your provider’s specific aftercare instructions. If you have any concerns or notice unusual symptoms, please fill out the form below.

Certain! Throughout the recovery period following Tixel treatment, incorporating gentle skincare practices can aid in enhancing healing and maintaining your skin’s health. Here are some guidelines:

  • 1. Moisturizer:
    Apply a light, hydrating moisturizer to keep your skin nourished. Look for products with soothing ingredients like aloe vera or hyaluronic acid.
  • 2. Sunscreen:
    Prioritize sun protection by using a broad-spectrum sunscreen with at least SPF 30. Remember to reapply every 2 hours when outdoors.
  • 3. Avoid Harsh Ingredients:
    Skip products containing retinoids, alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), or beta hydroxy acids (BHAs) during the initial healing phase, as they can be too aggressive for freshly treated skin.
  • 4. Gentle Cleanser:
    Use a mild, non-irritating cleanser to keep your skin clean without causing additional redness or sensitivity.
  • 5. Avoid Scrubbing:
    Refrain from using exfoliating scrubs or harsh brushes until your skin has fully healed.
  • 6. Cool Compresses:
    If you experience any discomfort or redness, apply cool compresses to soothe the skin.

Remember that everyone’s skin reacts differently, so pay attention to your skin’s signals and adjust your routine accordingly.

Before and Afters

Before and Afters