ellexr Laser and Skin Care Clinic


- Overview


Reduced muscle movement translates to fewer emerging fine lines and wrinkles, resulting in smoother, more youthful skin. Our advanced injectors specializes in the precise application of neuromodulators to address areas such as forehead lines, frown lines, and crow’s feet. Beyond aesthetics, our expertise extends to therapeutic benefits, offering relief from issues like excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), TMJ pain, and migraines.

Side Effects

Possible bruising

Treatment Time

15 – 30 minutes



Recovery Time

5 – 7 days

The Benefits

How does it work?

During laser treatment, a diode laser beam passes through the skin towards hair follicles. The light penetrates through the skin and selectively targets the melanin in the hair follicles. The penetrating energy then heats up the root of the hair by absorbs the light energy, effectively destroying the hair. which in turn prevents future hair growth. With a built in skin cooling surface the treatment is more comfortable than other lasers.

What to expect during treatment?

Laser treatments are performed by our certified medical estheticians with a cooling handpiece. Before the treatment, the area should be shaved and cleansed. Everyone in the laser room must wear protective eyewear during the procedure. To perform the treatment, the skin is held taunt and the laser will pulse light into the skin. How long your treatment lasts depends on the size of the area being treated. Treating the upper lip takes minutes. If you are having a large area like the back or legs treated, your treatment may last more than an hour.

What about post-treatment care?

Laser hair removal generally does not require any real downtime. Immediately after having laser hair removal, your treated skin will be red and swollen. Despite this, most patients return to their everyday activities. Within 48 hours of treatment do avoid direct sunlight from hitting your treated skin and do not use a tanning bed, sun lamp, or any other laser equipment. Within 24 hours of treatment, avoid applying lotions with fragrances or perfumes to the treatment area including deodorant if underarms were treated. Also avoid exfoliating or scrubbing the treated area as it can irritate your skin.

How do you maintain results?

You will require 6 to 18 sessions to be completely hair free. Once the recommended sessions have been completed, the effects can last for many years, however, so long as we’re alive and healthy some new hairs can grow out. You’ll know they’re new because they tend to be fine in texture. We recommend doing a touch-up treatment once a year.


It has long been industry standard to advise patients that 6 sessions is sufficient for permanent laser hair removal. The truth is; this only applies to lighter skin types. Based on real results and many years of experience with multiple laser systems including Diode, Nd:YAG, Alexandrite, and IPL we have put together our recommendations to achieve your best results.

Frequently Asked Questions

Neuromodulators, in the context of cosmetic procedures, refer to substances like Botulinum Toxin Type A (e.g., Botox®, Dysport®, Xeomin®) that temporarily block nerve signals to targeted muscles, leading to muscle relaxation and wrinkle reduction.
Neuromodulators work by temporarily inhibiting the release of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter, which reduces muscle activity. This leads to a temporary relaxation of the muscles, resulting in smoother skin and the reduction of wrinkles and fine lines.
Neuromodulators are commonly used to treat dynamic wrinkles, including forehead lines, frown lines (between the eyebrows), and crow's feet (around the eyes). They can also be used for other facial areas.
Results typically start to become noticeable within a few days to a week after the injection, with the full effect achieved in about two weeks.
The effects of neuromodulators are temporary and generally last for several months. Maintenance treatments may be recommended to sustain the results over time.
When administered by qualified healthcare professionals, neuromodulators are considered safe. They have been extensively researched and approved by regulatory authorities for cosmetic and therapeutic use.
Side effects are usually mild and temporary, including redness, swelling, or bruising at the injection site. Serious complications are rare when administered by trained professionals.
Yes, neuromodulators have therapeutic applications and are used to treat conditions such as hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating), temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders, and chronic migraines.

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- Ellexr Testimonials

Great clinic, doctors were friendly and upfront with their recommendations in my consultation. Will be back for my next treatment soon

- Jilian

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