The Bradford MySkyn Clinic offers laser skin resurfacing treatment for a range of skin conditions.

Sometimes life leaves its marks on our skin. Whether you have acne scars from your youth or fine lines and wrinkles from aging, laser skin resurfacing can smooth over your blemishes and wipe the slate clean.

Laser resurfacing penetrates deep into the skin tissue, stimulating collagen production, eradicating scarring and promoting the development of a clear, even skin tone.

Boost your self-esteem and regain confidence in your appearance with this fast and non-invasive treatment.

Please phone 01274 921 121 or contact us online to start your journey towards blemish-free skin.

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What can laser skin resurfacing treat?

Laser skin resurfacing is used to treat a variety of skin conditions, such as acne, stretch marks, skin pigmentation and aging. One of the great advantages of the treatment is its precision. The laser can be used to target specific areas of the face and body, reaching places other treatments may miss.

Laser resurfacing can be used on the neck, chest, arms and hands, but is predominantly used on the face to:

  • Reduce fine lines, wrinkles and other signs of age
  • Tighten the skin
  • Even out skin tone, discolouration, or pigmentation
  • Smooth rough skin
  • Repair sun damage
  • Reduce the appearance of scars (including acne scars)

Book a consultation with our Bradford clinic to discuss your individual circumstances and find out if laser skin resurfacing could achieve your desired results.

How does laser skin resurfacing work?

Laser skin resurfacing involves the use of an intense beam of thermal energy; at the Bradford MySkyn clinic we use the Thunder MT laser.

The laser penetrates deep into the layers of the skin, warming the tissue and causing trauma in order to stimulate the body’s natural healing processes. The body will naturally produce collagen and elastin fibres, which are responsible for giving the skin its firm and supple structure.

The treatment has an exfoliating effect; vaporising damaged skin, encouraging cell regeneration and creating healthier skin. Signs of scarring are eradicated, with long-lasting results.

Similar treatments to laser resurfacing include chemical peels, dermabrasion and microdermabrasion. We recommend that you book a consultation with one of our Bradford-based physicians to see which treatment would be the best fit for your skin. It could be that a facelift would be more suitable if you are concerned about particularly deep wrinkles and sagging.

Laser Skin Resurfacing at MySkyn Clinic in Bradford

During your consultation, one of our qualified skin specialists will examine your skin to determine the parameters for your laser resurfacing treatment. Together you will develop a treatment plan that is specific to your needs and could include more than one treatment session.

For laser skin resurfacing, you will be in and out of our Bradford clinic in one day. The procedure can be performed under local or general anaesthetic to minimise discomfort. General anaesthetic is used for treatments that require high-strength lasers and minister to large areas of the face. In the case of general anaesthetic, you will be requested to abstain from eating or drinking anything several hours prior to the procedure taking place.

When your physician has ensured that you are comfortable and confident to go ahead, treatment will begin. If the skin around your eyes is being treated and you are under local anaesthetic, you may be asked to wear an eye shield to protect your vision.

Your physician will be in control of the laser beam at all times, directing it to the targeted areas and regulating how deep it penetrates.

To finish the treatment, your face will be dressed with an ointment to promote healing.

Aftercare and Recovery

There is some discomfort associated with laser skin resurfacing treatment. It is likely that your skin will feel raw and swollen at first, in which case you should take standard paracetamol or ibuprofen to eradicate the pain. Icing your face with a wrapped ice pack and keeping it raised at night can also help. We advise that you avoid direct exposure to sunlight until any redness has completely disappeared.

Redness may take longer than expected to go away (2-6 months). Your skin colour could grow lighter or darker after the procedure. If you’ve had a cold sore in the past, this could return. There is also a risk of infection following the treatment, so it is important to keep an eye on your recovery. We will give you detailed aftercare instructions so that you can cope with each case if and when it should occur.

If you have any questions or need support at any stage during your recovery, MySkyn will be available to contact at any time.

Why pick Bradford’s MySkyn Clinic for laser skin resurfacing?

MySkyn is a CQC registered medical aesthetics clinic operating in Bradford. We are recognised by the General Medical Council and are an ACE Group practitioner, led by our qualified doctor, Dr Qureshi.

Our team has over 30 years of combined experience in the health and aesthetics industry and are trained to provide some of the most advanced treatments available.

We believe in top-quality patient care from initial enquiry through to aftercare and have a reputation for providing clear, honest advice.

Learn more about us here.

Please phone 01274 921121 or contact us online to enquire about laser skin resurfacing today.


We are based at the convenient Bradford location: Allerton Health Centre, Belldean Road, Bradford, BD15 7WA.

MySkyn Clinic has plenty of customer parking and is accessible from all over the country through Bradford’s rail links and the M606 and M62 motorways. There is even Leeds Bradford Airport just six miles from the city centre. Bradford is one of the largest cities in West Yorkshire, with 59 conservation areas and 5,800 listed buildings, many of which were constructed with local stone. Over 70% of the Bradford district is green, open space. Bradford boasts two UNESCO titles as a UNESCO City of Film and home to UNESCO World Heritage Site, the model village of Saltaire.