Dublin aesthetics practitioner invests €700k in skin clinic

by Rachel Cunningham
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Dubliners seeking tattoo removal or skin rejuvenation have one more option in the capital city, with the launch of a new Irish-owned clinic. 

Representing an investment of over €700,000, Irish aesthetics practitioner Shauna O’Neill has launched Edit Laser Skin Clinic in the Beacon South Quarter, Dublin 18.

The clinic will offer various skin treatments using the PicoSure Pro Laser, the world’s first picosecond aesthetic laser.

Ms O’Neill, who has a VTCT Cert in Laser and Intense pulse light and a VTCT Cert in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for complimentary therapies, said that she was immensely proud that they are the first clinic to be using this technology in Ireland.

Instead of building up heat and burning the skin, this utilises pressure instead to provide what the clinic claims is safe, effective and precise treatments for unwanted ink, pigmentation and skin revitalisation for all skin types. 

As it doesn’t use heat, the laser apparently causes less tissue damage and discomfort compared with other removal laser systems and guarantees a more relaxed and appealing procedure for clients.  

 “There is a real gap in the market to treat and remove unwanted tattoos and to use laser technology for various skin conditions,” said Shauna.

” I have worked with laser skin technology for over 6 years, and I am thrilled to introduce to Ireland the best laser tattoo removal and skin rejuvenation technology on the market.”

Better known for its less evasive tattoo removal process, the PicoSure Pro laser is also highly effective in administrating skin rejuvenation treatments, most notably melasma or ‘pregnancy mask’ as it is widely known as it occurs often during pregnancy. 

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