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MOXI is a gentle, fractional, non-ablative diode laser resurfacing treatment that can be used on all skin tones to promote new cell growth and reduce unwanted pigmentation with less downtime than more aggressive laser treatments.

MOXI™ is ideal for younger patients wishing to revitalize and refresh skin and can be used as regular skin maintenance to keep skin looking fresh.


MOXI™ is a customizable and comfortable treatment to correct visible signs of sun damage, improve fine lines and wrinkles and help improve the appearance of pores.  Anaesthetic cream is applied to the face prior to treatment and the face will be measured with motion tracking technology to ensure the face is treated evenly.  There will be a comfortable prickly heat sensation.  After treatment, the skin will feel warm for 15 to 60 minutes with mild redness and swelling that can persist for 5-7 days.


MOXI delivers customizable fractionated 1927 nm wavelength laser to create micro-coagulation zones triggering the body’s repair cycle to promote collagen and elastin production.  MOXI™ provides tonal and textural improvements with minimal downtime and helps reduce the appearance of pigmentation including melasma.  MOXI™ can be combined with BBL (Broad Band Light) or other skin care treatments to enhance results.

Pain:Mild to moderate (topical anaesthetic is applied for 30 minutes prior to treatment)
Social Downtime: 24-48 Hours
Results:2-5 days with results lasting months
Recommended Course:3 monthly
Treats:Sun damage, Enlarged pores, Uneven texture, Pigmentation, Melasma


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As a leading Oculoplastic Surgeon with special interest in Facial Aesthetics, Dr. Maryam Zamani has garnered a global reputation - both in the US and UK - for her meticulous attention to detail and sought-after techniques for eyes and facial aesthetics.

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