Dreaming of younger, smoother, blemish-reduced skin? We can help you make that a reality with fractional laser technology. Ideal for diminishing facial lines, wrinkles, skin pigmentation, stretch marks, sun damage and acne scarring, fractional laser treatment is the answer to painless, non-invasive skincare on any part of the body, top to toe.
How does Fractional Laser work?
Using superfine laser microbeams pulsed through a device, the treatment stimulates your own collagen and elastin to rejuvenate the outer and inner layers of your skin, encouraging new cells to grow. There are no invasive injections or temporary fillers required. Instead, every fraction of your skin will be precision targeted over the required number of sessions till you achieve your desired results.
What Do Fractional Lasers Treat?
Fractional laser treatment is a safe, highly effective way to reduce acne scars. The technology allows microscopic or smaller areas of the skin to be treated without affecting the surrounding skin. Acne treatment usually requires just one session. Results are visible within a week, gradually improving over six months after the first treatment.
If you have fine lines around your eyes (crow’s feet) or mouth, frown lines or mild scars on your hands, neck or any other part of the body, Fractional laser treatment is a proven way to diminish them. Downtime is minimal for recovery. The technology gently treats only a fraction of the skin in each session, stimulating your natural collagen.
You don’t have to live with post-pregnancy stretch marks any more. One of the best ways to treat them is through a non-invasive procedure is fractional laser.
The treatment rejuvenates each affected cell, boosting collagen production so that the stretched skin gives way to smoother new cells that you can confidently dare to bare.
Melasma develops from excessive exposure to the sun over the years, darkening the skin, often in patches. They are hard to treat surgically but fractional laser treatment can work wonders.
Tiny streams of laser beams that you may barely feel penetrate deep below the skin to replace damaged tissues with healthier cells to kick-start the regenerative process. The treatment is gentle and require a few sessions, depending on the intensity of your condition.
Fractional technology treats damaged cells bit by bit through microscopic shafts of laser that produces an ‘ablative’ effect on the skin’s surface, stimulating the area to produce new collagen.
As a result, tired, ageing or sun damaged skin tightens and tones the pores, getting smoother and looking younger, soon after the procedure. If you are looking for a radiant, rejuvenated glow, call us for fractional laser consultation.
Surgical Scar Resurfacing
You don’t need surgery to get rid of surgical scars. Fractional laser generates tiny columns of heat that inflame the skin deep within to heal and repair severe scars. If you are looking to smoothen surgical scars, FDA approved fractional treatment yields incredible results.
You may require a series of sessions for best results, dependent on the severity. As more collagen is produced after each treatment, the tissue fibres of your skin look visibly tighter and smoother.
Look at the difference
before and after procedures
Am I a good candidate for this procedure?
Laser hair removal is available for all skin types, including very light and very dark skin, and most hair colors. Your provider will determine whether you are a good candidate for the procedure based on a variety of factors.
How long does it take?
Laser hair removal treatments take just minutes for small areas and about a half hour for larger areas.
How many treatments will I need?
Several laser hair removal treatments are recommended for the best results. We will help tailor a plan just for you. You do not need to let hair grow out between treatment sessions.
What should I avoid after the treatment?
Sun exposure and tanning beds should be avoided post treatment, the use of mechanical exfoliants or harsh products such as retinol creams or glycolic acid creams, and excessive heat such as sauna or hot tubes immediately after treatment.