PicoWay laser: review, results, and everything else you need to know about the treatment

Author: Jenny Wu
Hi there!

  • Bambi

    If I’ll ever get there then I need to try this laser. I used traditional laser once and the pain wasn’t bad but I wish it could be less painful. I need to note all the product recommendations :)

    • Jenny

      My pain tolerance is horribly low, so I’m sure I would’ve cried if I ever got traditional laser treatments, haha.

  • Laura

    Wow I can really tell the difference! Your complexion looks so fresh and even more beautiful. Thank you for the insightful post, I love how beautiful yet “nerdy” and in-detail your content is always. Have a lovely weekend! Looking forward to your next post!

    x Laura / Laura Loukola Beauty Blog

    • Jenny

      Aw thank you Laura! Hopefully I’m not boring you guys with all these nerdy details, haha

  • That’s so cool that you tried the PicoWay laser treatment Jenny! I love the way you detailed your treatment and post recovery process. Even though some of the effects have worn off, the visible improvement of your skin from last year to this year is impressive. I just had my first Clear + Brilliant laser treatment this past week and I wonder how it compares to the Picoway. I committed to 3 treatments and I will write about it when they are complete. My skin is finally getting past the whole sandpaper phase and I’ve been applying Weleda Skin Food around the clock.

  • Shireen L. Platt

    It’s nice to know that it has almost no downtime and your skin heals so quickly. The results right after is unbelievable! Your skin looks so plump, soft and the glow is remarkable.

    • Sehrish

      Hi may I ask how old are you? Im just wondering if picoway is suitable for me cause im just 28. Does it matter? my main concern is hydration

      • Jenny

        I was 30 when I got the treatment. Age doesn’t really matter, but if you’re looking for hydration lasers are not the right choice. You can get good results from a facial or even at home routine.

  • LindaLibraLoca

    I have been curious about the treatment ever since I saw it on your Instagram stories, thank you for sharing more. It sounds like a treatment I would benefit from, as I have quite a bit of sun damage on my temples and my cheeks. How much did it cost?

    Anne – Linda, Libra, Loca

    • Jenny

      I just updated the post with the cost, but it was around $424.26 USD. The costs vary per clinic, and I’ve seen anywhere from $130 to $700+!


    Oh wow, this sounds so interesting. I’ve always wanted to remove my freckles, although I don’t have as many as my mum, it was always annoying for me. I have been hesitant about laser treatments because I didn’t have a high threshold of pain until I got older. It seems ideal, especially the time and recovery. I love La Roche-Posay, as well. /Madison

  • Amy

    Wow this was really interesting. The results are insane!

    http://amyevans.co.uk – Amy

  • Sakuranko

    Oh very amazing treatment darling

  • Mica

    Oh you’re brave for trying this! it’s great it gave you results, but I’d be a little too scared of the lazer part and the burning smell, haha!

    Hope you are having a nice weekend! :) It’s a busy one here, lots of rushing around, but also some family time which is nice :)

    Away From The Blue Blog

  • Heather Noire

    The facility looks so chic and lovely. The results are incredible you have such lovely skin :)

  • Gabrielle

    Ooh, I’d never heard of this treatment before now, though it really does sound to have been effective – especially as the scabs fell off after just 1 week. Also, you truly do have the MOST beautiful skin ever, wow!

    aglassofice.com x

  • Sara

    Wow, thanks for this informative, detailed post. I am considering Picoway, and this definitely really helped. :)

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