What is Fraxel Skin Resurfacing?
Do you have scarring or other skin imperfections that might make you feel self-conscious about your complexion? If that’s the case, you may be a good candidate for Fraxel skin resurfacing at Skinatomy Laser Clinic.
How Does Fraxel Skin Resurfacing Work?
Fraxel is the original fractional laser treatment that works below the skin’s surface from the top down, addressing imperfections like fine lines, visible photoaging, wrinkles, scarring and age spots. The light energy stimulates your skin’s natural collagen, rejuvenating skin cells below the surface to help smooth the creases and pockets that cause wrinkles and scars. The laser only treats targeted problem areas so the results are focused and effective. Tiny microscopic columns are penetrated into the dermis layer of the skin, stimulating the reproduction of an abundance of new skin growth. The result of this action creates smoother, younger healthier looking skin.
Am I a Good Candidate For Fraxel Skin Resurfacing?
Fraxel is for people who want to look good, but don’t want the change or extended downtimes that comes with surgery. Fraxel fits into any lifestyle and your current beauty regimen and can be treated in all areas of the body including face, neck, chest, hands, arms, buttocks, abdomen and legs.
How Long Does a Typical Treatment Take?
A typical Fraxel skin resurfacing procedure takes about 45 to an hour to perform, depending on the severity of the symptoms being treated.
*Individual Results May Vary.
What Results Will I See?*
Most clients will need a treatment regimen of about 3 to 5 procedures before achieving their ideal results. Clients can expect to see clearer, smoother-looking skin about 4 weeks after their last Fraxel treatment.
Is There Any Downtime?
There’s no downtime, but clients may experience a little bit of redness and peel after the treatments, which is normal. You should also wear sunscreen after your procedure, as your skin will be very sensitive to the sun’s UV rays.
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*Individual Results May Vary