Procedure Information

Tixel is ideal for those seeking smoother, more radiant and revitalized-looking skin, but who are worried about downtime. The added benefit is that it continues to deliver results that improve over time and can last for several years (as it is your own collagen that produces the effects).


The effect of the Tixel treatment on the skin is similar to Clear & Brilliant (on a low setting) or Fraxel and CO2 (on a high setting), but with less risk and recovery time. Tixel also offers more lift and tightening than RF (radio frequency) microneedling. Plus, since it is not laser or radiation-based Tixel can treat hooded eyelids, crows feet, and lower eye bags, similar to the plasma pen but without all of the downtime. Making it the best treatment for SO many conditions:

  • Skin tightening, to improve skin tone and texture (crepey neck and jowls)
  • Skin rejuvenation (facial skin, neck and décolletage)
  • Acne and acne scarring
  • Lines and wrinkles
  • Eyelift, for sagging eyelids or eyebags
  • Uneven pigmentation and melasma
  • Rosacea
  • Stretch marks

Dark Circles/Puffy Eyes
Expression Lines/Wrinkles
Brightening Skin
Sagging/Loss of Elasticity


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Tixel involves stamping a heated metallic plate with pyramid-shaped spikes onto the skin. It is not a laser, but instead, it utilizes thermo-mechanical energy to evaporate tiny channels into the skin. This stimulates new collagen, or neo-collagenases, to improve skin quality and major tightening. This process helps improve general skin quality, wrinkles, skin texture, and can also improve acne scarring.

The heated pyramid-shaped spikes on the tip create micro-channels or craters in the skin through evaporation of skin. The treatment is fractional, that is, a matrix of channels is created with healthy untreated skin in between. This helps reduce healing times and complications in comparison to treating all the skin at once.