Industry-Leading Solutions For Pore Minimisation, From Sydney’s Cosmetic Experts

Are enlarged pores having an unwanted impact on your skin appearance? Our highly advanced cosmetic solutions will tighten and minimise your pores, leaving you with beautifully smooth skin and a fresh, rejuvenated appearance.

Whether you suffer from enlarged pores due to age, sun damage, genetics or other skin conditions, we know that large pores can be frustrating and affect the overall appearance of your skin.

By offering a range of industry-leading cosmetic treatments – including laser resurfacing and skin needling – our cosmetic experts can help you achieve incredible results that visibly reduce your pores.

Discover the effective way to tighten pores and transform skin appearance, with our world-leading treatments for pore minimisation in Sydney.

Your pore minimisation treatment at a glance:

  • Overview: Treatments designed to tighten and minimise enlarged pores for improved skin quality and appearance.
  • Treatment time: Varies depending on treatment
  • Downtime: Varies depending on treatment
  • Results: Varies depending on treatment

Pore minimisation: What you need to know

At Medical Aesthetics 360, we offer a range of advanced pore minimisation treatments, each designed to address different types of skin concerns and pore visibility. Our expert clinicians will begin by assessing your skin, in order to develop a treatment plan designed to achieve the optimal results for your individual situation.

Our pore minimisation treatments include the following:

Fotona Fractional Erbium

Fotona is an industry leader in the field of cosmetic skincare. The Fotona Fractional Erbium system is an innovative laser solution that repairs damaged skin cells and renews skin appearance. Combined with intensive collagen production, this revolutionary laser treatment works to tighten pores and significantly minimise their appearance.

Lutronic LaseMD

LaseMD uses targeted laser energy to boost collagen levels and improve skin quality and appearance, including minimising pores, with noticeable results after just a few sessions. Your cosmetic therapist will customise the laser treatment to suit you, in order to achieve the best results.

Skin Needling with Dermapen

The Dermapen is a safe and minimally-invasive procedure that uses microneedles to create microscopic trauma in deep layers under the skin. This trauma triggers the skin’s natural healing response and stimulates an intensive boost of collagen production, resulting in skin damage reversal and a dramatic improvement in skin quality.

Lutronic ECO2

Lutronic ECO2 is an innovative laser resurfacing treatment that reduces pores and repairs damaged skin. By selectively targeting a fraction of the skin cells at the treatment site, this advanced laser treatment can significantly improve skin quality and appearance.

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Thanks to advancements in technology, enlarged pores are now easy to address with revolutionary treatments such as laser resurfacing and skin needling. Plus, treatments involve minimal pain and little downtime. Why not book in today and say goodbye to frustrating enlarged pores!

Sydney’s trusted experts in pore minimisation

Enlarged pores can result from a range of different factors. Our highly experienced cosmetic doctors will work closely with you in order to develop a tailored treatment plan based on your individual skin type, for the best possible results.

Enlarged pores can be due to:

  • Genetics: Large pores can be hereditary and inherited from family genes
  • Age: As we age, our skin begins to lose its firmness and elasticity, resulting in pores appearing larger.
  • Sun damage: Harmful UV rays can thicken the skin, resulting in larger pores, as well as reducing skin elasticity that causes pores to become stretched.
  • Blackheads: Blackheads often result from clogged pores. This clogging can lead to pores becoming stretched and enlarged.

Pore Minimisation Treatments: Frequently Asked Questions

What causes enlarged pores?

Enlarged pores can result from a range of different factors, including genetics, skin ageing, years of sun damage, or clogging of the pores due to blackheads.

No matter what has caused your pores to become enlarged, you can trust our experienced team of cosmetic experts to address your concerns and minimise your pores, leaving you with the smooth and refreshed skin you’ve been dreaming of.

Is there any downtime for pore minimisation treatments?

Laser resurfacing downtime depends on the type of laser and energy of the treatment, with an average of 2-7 days of redness and a sunburn-like sensation before the skin settles.

In the case of needling, your skin will look as though it’s been sunburnt after your treatment, with redness subsiding within 1-3 days, depending on your skin type. While it’s safe to return to work and normal activities after your session, some patients prefer to stay home for the first couple of days, until the sunburnt appearance of their skin has reduced.

Will my pore minimisation treatment be painful?

Laser resurfacing treatments for pore minimisation involve minimal discomfort. We’ll apply a topical anaesthetic to minimise any sensation or pain. Most people experience nothing more than a slight warming sensation during the treatment.

When undergoing skin needling, most patients only experience mild discomfort during the procedure. We’ll apply a topical anaesthetic to minimise sensation in the area, as well as a cooling mask and healing serums to speed up recovery following your treatment.

How much do pore minimisation treatments cost in Sydney?

Our highly personalised level of service means that we’ll tailor a treatment plan to suit your specific needs, skin concerns, and desired results. As a result, treatment pricing will vary from patient to patient.

During your initial consultation, one of our trained doctors will conduct an assessment of your skin, discuss your situation, and develop a customised plan for your treatment. This will include a detailed breakdown of costs, timeframes and what to expect.