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Tixel is a unique treatment that uses Thermal-Mechanical Action (TMA) technology to improve fine lines, pigmentation, and crepey skin. It is not a laser, but Tixel can give laser-like results with less downtime and risks. Tixel is safe for all skin types and can treat around the eye up to the lashes without requiring claustrophobic corneal eye shield placement. Discomfort is ~2-4/10 with topical numbing creams at high settings. At low to medium settings, the procedure can be performed without any numbing. Typically, 3 treatments are recommended, about 1 month apart.

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What Areas Can Be Treated With Tixel?

Common Areas Treated:

  • Periocular (eyes) – Great for the fine lines and loose/crepey skin around the eyes. (10 minutes)
  • Perioral (mouth) – For the superficial to medium depth “smokers lines” around the mouth (10 minutes)
  • Full face – to help with overall skin quality, fine lines, pigmentation, and some redness (20-30 minutes)
  • Neck – to improve the superficial fine lines and pigmentation (10-15 minutes)
  • Acne scars – to improve superficial rolling and boxcar scars in all skin types

Tixel

We are the very first practice to offer Tixel in the United States, Tixel is not a laser. It uses heat at 400 degrees to cause fractional coagulation zones in the dermis. There is less discomfort and less downtime when compared to a laser as well. The procedure you are viewing was done without any topical numbing creams or injections. Tixel is useful for improving skin texture and tone, pore size, acne scars, and fine lines, especially around the eyes and mouth.

What Is The Downtime?

There is 1-3 days of mild redness without any discomfort. For ~45 minutes, your skin feels extremely warm but that is calmed with a soothing LED (LightStim or Healite) treatment in our office. At 3-4 days, there is some mild “coffee ground” flaking of the skin.

To optimize results, topical application of Rion Plated Science is recommended immediately afterwards and during the healing phase.

Benefits Of Tixel

Tixel is also a treatment to produce channels in the skin to allow better penetration of skin treatments. Studies have shown these channels persist for 24 hours, longer than channels created from microneedling, RF microneedling, non-ablative lasers, and ablative lasers.

Why Aesthetic Clinique?

We cater to the discerning client, who desires the upmost in customer service, quality of care, and cosmetic results. We encourage our prospective clients to do their research. We are confident that you will not find a facility which matches our experience in conjunction with our comprehensive collection of services.

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What are the primary skin concerns that Tixel can address?

Tixel can improve skin tone and texture, acne, and acne scarring, fine lines, wrinkles, rosacea, stretch marks, and address skin laxity.

Is Tixel safe for all skin types and tones?

Yes, Tixel is safe to use on all skin types and tones.

What are the potential side effects or risks associated with Tixel?

Side effects associated with Tixel treatments may include temporary skin redness, tightness, sensitivity, and swelling.

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I absolutely love going to the Aesthetic Clinique. I have gone here for several years now and it is my absolute favorite thing to do for myself. These women are so professional and quickly answer my questions or concerns all while keeping me completely comfortable during these procedures. If you are considering something like this for the first time, all I can say is, do it…

-Lynnie H

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How long do the results of Tixel treatments typically last?

The benefits of Tixel treatments can last for 1-2 years. Maintenance treatments are recommended to maintain skin improvements. 

How many Tixel sessions are typically required to see significant results?

Patients typically require between 3-6 treatment sessions spaced 4-6 weeks apart. Our team will create a personalized treatment plan for you based on your individual aesthetic goals. 

Does Tixel hurt during the treatment, and is anesthesia required?

Discomfort levels associated with Tixel treatment range from 2-4/10 on higher settings. For those undergoing a Tixel treatment at a high setting, topical numbing cream is applied prior to Tixel treatment to ensure your comfort. 

Can Tixel be combined with other aesthetic treatments or procedures?

Yes, Tixel can be combined with an array of other skin rejuvenation treatments. Our team can work with you to determine which treatments would best compliment your Tixel results. 

Are there any contraindications for Tixel treatments, such as certain medical conditions or medications?

Individuals who have certain skin diseases or infections, or women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should not undergo Tixel treatments. Also, those who suffer from cold sores around the mouth are often not suitable for treatment. A consultation appointment is the best way to determine candidacy. 

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