Aesthetics and Dermatology located in Coupeville, WA

Tixel services offered in Coupeville, WA

Tixel® is a revolutionary medical device that uses advanced technology to improve the appearance of your skin. At Island Aesthetics & Dermatology in Coupeville, Washington, Shannon Tumblin, ARPN, Kristy Anderson, ARPN, and the team use Tixel to reverse the signs of aging. To find out more about Tixel and how it can enhance your appearance, call the office or schedule an appointment online today.

Tixel Q & A

What is Tixel?

Tixel is an aesthetic tool from Novoxel® that uses proprietary thermo-mechanical technology (TMA) to heat and move your skin, improving tone and texture. 

Tixel is a laser tool that provides impressive results with less downtime than traditional skin laser treatments. 

The aesthetic tool has multiple heated cones attached to a small heated plate. Your provider at Island Aesthetics & Dermatology passes the device over your skin in a grid-like pattern. 

The tool delivers short bursts of energy to the surface of your skin, stimulating collagen production while tightening the skin simultaneously. 

What does Tixel treat?

Island Aesthetics & Dermatology uses Tixel to address many common skin and beauty concerns. The innovative aesthetic tool treats:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Acne and acne scarring
  • Facial and neck laxity
  • Sagging eyelids
  • Eyebags
  • Rosacea
  • Age spots
  • Melasma
  • Stretch marks

With Tixel, the team rejuvenates your skin, restoring a more youthful appearance.

What can I expect during treatment with Tixel?

The Island Aesthetics & Dermatology team takes an individualized approach to care. They customize your Tixel treatment after your consultation and review the details so you know what to expect.

Your provider cleans your skin with an antiseptic agent and may apply a numbing lotion to reduce discomfort during your Tixel treatment. Your provider uses a skin marker to create a grid-like pattern they use as a guide for treatment.

Then, they place the handheld tool over your skin and start your session. Tixel treatment takes 30 to 60 minutes.

What happens after treatment with Tixel?

Your provider gives you specific instructions on how to care for your skin following your Tixel treatment. Your skin may feel tight and warm, and you may have some swelling. These side effects resolve within a few days.

You may want to take it easy immediately following your Tixel treatment, but you can apply makeup the next day to cover up any side effects.

The team at Island Aesthetics & Dermatology may suggest a series of three to six treatments set at four- to six-week intervals to get the best results.

Are you ready to reverse the visual signs of aging? Call Island Aesthetics & Dermatology or schedule your Tixel consultation online today.