Don’t you love all of the wonderful memories you have of summers in the sun, lying outside by a pool for hours upon end? You used to think those were the days—until now. All that sun damage has finally caught up with you. If you are one of the many women who regret those sun-worshipping days, how would you like to turn back the clock on aging? Whether you have sun-damaged skin, acne scars, aging, melasma or uneven skin texture, the Fraxel laser could benefit you.
Fraxel laser treatment is safe and non-invasive with minimal downtime. The treatment takes place in a comfortable office setting, where a topical numbing gel is applied to the face for 45-50 minutes prior to treatment. The actual procedure only takes 25-30 minutes, but four sessions are generally required for optimal results. When treating acne or surgical scars, additional sessions may be necessary since scars are found deeper in the tissue. All sessions are spaced at least two weeks apart, making the average treatment about two months long.
With this new breakthrough technology, you can have the benefits of the invasive laser treatment without the downtime and lengthy recovery. After each session, you will have some swelling and redness, but makeup can be applied right after treatment if desired. The skin will go through a process of bronzing and flaking. This is the skin’s way of replacing the dead tissue to reveal healthier skin underneath. After receiving the full treatment, fine lines and wrinkles diminish, age spots and sun spots disappear, acne scars are much smoother and the texture of your skin will be improved. The overall look and health of the skin will be enhanced.
Don’t look back with regrets any longer. Now is the perfect time to bring back that youthful, glowing skin. Because avoiding the sun is a must while undergoing this treatment, these cooler seasons are an ideal to start. Be ready to show off an amazing transformation to your friends and family over the holidays, and start the New Year off right with beautiful, radiant skin. For more information about Fraxel you may go to www.myfacemd.com or www.Fraxel.com. TPW