New year…new you!
Start out the new year with improved skin tone, texture, and radiance. Fraxel is a fractional laser skin resurfacing treatment at our Greater Houston offices that targets signs of aging and skin damage.
Do Fraxel lasers really work?
Yes. Fraxel is cleared by the FDA for treatment of wrinkles around the eyes, acne and surgical scarring, age spots, melasma, and skin resurfacing. It addresses the following concerns without surgery or injections:
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Surface scarring
- Sun damage
- Actinic keratosis
As a matter of fact, you can achieve a younger-looking appearance after just one treatment and with minimal downtime. You’ll enjoy noticeable results in the radiance of your skin, but not dramatic changes.
What does Fraxel laser do to your skin?
Fraxel laser treatment penetrates deep into the skin to activate your body’s production of collagen. It resurfaces your skin by stimulating the growth of new, healthy skin. Surrounding tissues remain intact, which supports quick healing.
A gentle cooling process is used during the procedure, which takes only about 90 minutes. A common discomfort may be a feeling of a sunburn for a few hours afterward.
What results can you expect from Fraxel?
Your results can include: smoother, fresher, younger-looking skin; improved tone and texture; reductions of brown spots; reduction of fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes; and improved appearance of acne and surgical scars.
Contact us today to learn what Fraxel procedure is right for you. Options include Fraxel® Re:Store, Fraxel® Re:Pair and Fraxel® Dual, each offering varying levels of treatment and downtime. You can learn more about these and other options for diminishing the effects of sun damage in our related blog post.
If you’re looking for an effective treatment to improve the radiance of your skin, without surgery and with little downtime, ask us about Fraxel laser treatments today. Fraxel is available at our Houston Medical Center, The Woodlands, Bellaire and Southwest Memorial clinics. Call (713) 791-9966, email us at [email protected], or use our online contact form for more information or to schedule an appointment.
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