Introduction to GenTix GF
As a combination of Genesis Laser, Tixel and Growth Factor Serums, GenTix GF is an exclusive treatment available at PHI Clinic. Whilst these are individual treatments, here at PHI Clinic we have combined all three to make GenTix GF, the perfect treatment to improve overall skin health and to treat a wide variety of areas and concerns.
The GenTix GF can be used on the face, eyes, neck, décolletage, hands and some areas of the body, targeting fine lines, wrinkles and scarring, leaving you with a healthy, glowing complexion.Book consultation
Genesis laser is carried out first, which is a laser procedure that uses micro-pulsed delivery to promote superficial collagen production, improving the appearance of wrinkles, signs of ageing and mild redness.
This is then followed by the Tixel skin resurfacing treatment, which uses thermal mechanical action to create microchannels in the skin to stimulate deeper collagen and elastin. This remodels the skin to improve textural issues such as fine lines, wrinkles and scarring, as well as promoting skin tightening. The Tixel can be non-ablative or ablative, meaning the level of intensity can be changed depending on the area of concern and desired result.
Tixel is particularly useful for the thin delicate skin around the eye area which often gets left out of other laser treatments.
Following the Tixel, Growth factors are applied to the treatment area. Growth factors are proteins that promote the production of collagen, elastin and increased blood flow. This allows them to be absorbed through the microchannels made by the Tixel, to get into the deep layers of the skin to accelerate healing, promoting new and healthy tissue.
Frequently Asked Questions
We recommend a course of 3 treatments, with an annual maintenance treatment.
It is suitable for all skin types I-VI, but a consultation for suitability is always required. It is not suitable however for sensitive or very delicate skin.
Whilst the procedure may be uncomfortable for some, it is not painful, as anaesthetic is applied prior to treatment.
Typically, this will be 1-4 days of redness with some dryness, but will depend on the area of concern and the intensity of the treatment.
Typically you will require a minimum of 3 treatments to see results.
The starting cost is £600 per treatment for smaller areas, such as the eyes.
For larger areas, such as the face or hands, treatments start at £750. Price is determined upon consultation with your clinician.
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