Dr Z first examines Carol's Brilliance SF Skincare face to assess her skin condition. Noting that she has some skin pigmentation and very light scars, he says that he will give her a mild laser treatment suitable for her skin type. She is then taken to a room where a numbing cream is applied and left on for 20 minutes to minimise discomfort during the treatment process.
After cleansing the numbing cream off Carol's face, Dr Z starts his laser treatment, slowly going over each section of her face with the laser. There is a spark when the laser beam hits the face and a slight burning smell. A fan is directed to cool as well as blow the smell away from Carol. There is not much pain except for some heat generated by the laser beam.
Pixel skin resurfacing aims to improve skin texture and tone, smoothen wrinkles and diminish pigmentation, all without much pain and very little downtime. This laser treatment is based on the principle of micro-thermal treatment zones. The laser pulses treats small zones of the skin, leaving surrounding tissues untouched and intact, so these large unaffected areas act as a reservoir for more effective and rapid tissue healing and collagen production. "The skin is a living organ and generates new skin cells every two to three weeks.