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Why You Need Fraxel Dual!

Why You Need Fraxel Dual!

You have a lot of choices when it comes to facial rejuvenation and laser skin resurfacing but not all choices are created equal. Fraxel Dual is a fractionated laser that effectively treats overall sun damage with minimal downtime. Fraxel Dual delivers thousands of tiny microscopic laser columns to the skin so that only a fraction of the skin is treated at any given time. These laser beams turn on the skins natural wound healing response rejuvenating and repairing the skin. By using two wavelengths of light, the Fraxel Dual rejuvenates both superficial and deep layers of your skin.

  • Fraxel Dual Laser can achieve many beneficial results including:
  • Elimination of unsightly brown spots
  • Improvement of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Fresh, smooth more youthful looking skin
  • Improved appearance of surgical scars and acne scars
  • Improved texture, tone and pore size

Fraxel Dual is actually two lasers in one: the 1927 nm wavelength treats the superficial layers of the skin and the1550 nm wavelength penetrates more deeply into the dermis. By combining two wavelengths, dermatologists can treat a wide range of cosmetic problems with Fraxel Dual. The 1927nm Thulium fiber component is highly effective for erasing brown spots, freckles, and sun-induced pigmentation. The 1550 nm erbium component works its magic in the deeper layers of the skin so think acne scars, surgical scars, and fine lines and wrinkles. A distinct advantage of Fraxel Dual is that it can be used on many body parts and is safe for all skin types. This versatility is why Fraxel Dual has been a go-to aesthetic treatment for dermatologists for over a decade.

Fraxel Dual has also been FDA approved for treating actinic keratosis, precancerous skin lesion that may ultimately lead to skin cancer. Optimal results for treating actinic keratoses requires several treatment sessions and may not be fully appreciated until several months after your treatments are complete. Consult your dermatologist to see if Fraxel Dual might be right for you.

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