Fraxel is an advanced technology – but how it works shouldn’t be a mystery. Here are some details on the treatment and the science behind it. Remember, every patient’s circumstances are different, so for specifics, it’s best to talk to your Fraxel physician one-on-one.
Fraxel at Work
|“Smart scanning” hand piece ensures consistency and safety||
Fractional lasers penetrate top skin layers
Fraxel light energy stimulates collagen, and resurfaces the top skin layer
|Your skin’s natural rejuvenation process smoothes wrinkles and scars by stimulating collagen|
Treatment Facts and Guidelines
|Duration||Fraxel treatments usually last between 15-45 minutes|
|Treatment Regimen||Most patients see the best results with 1-5 Fraxel treatments|
|Results||Fraxel works with your body’s natural skin cells, so results typically take 1-3 weeks to take effect. Click here to see real patient Before & After photos ••|
|Comfort||Most Fraxel patients report the sensation of a “light sunburn” immediately after treatment, but treatment plans can vary, so ask your physician about the specifics of your treatment.
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Safety and Side Effects
With a track record of over 800,000 treatments, Fraxel technology is proven to be safe and effective for multiple indications. But because skin types and conditions can vary, some side effects are possible. Click here for typical side effects
Fraxel Compared to…
As a part of your own beauty regimen, you’re faced with plenty of skin care options and choices. See below how Fraxel compares to other options and where it fits in your beauty regimen.