What is Fractional Resurfacing? | FACELAB

What is Fractional Resurfacing?

Thursday 01, 2023 | by Courtney

Skin resurfacing is a great way to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines and signs of ageing.

Skin resurfacing is a great way to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and other signs of aging. In recent years, fractional resurfacing has become one of the most popular skin rejuvenation techniques. So what is it? Fractional resurfacing uses laser energy to create tiny wounds on the surface of your skin that help stimulate collagen production. The result is smoother, fresher-looking skin with fewer wrinkles and lines. Let’s take a closer look at how fractional resurfacing works.

How Fractional Resurfacing Works

Fractional resurfacing works by using a laser to create tiny wounds on the surface of your skin. The laser creates thousands of microscopic channels in your skin that are surrounded by healthy tissue. This process helps to stimulate new collagen production in the area, which tightens and firms your skin for a more fresher appearance. It also reduces the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, discoloration, sun damage, age spots, and other blemishes.

Fractional resurfacing can be done as an outpatient procedure in about 30 minutes with minimal discomfort or downtime for recovery. After treatment you may experience some mild redness or swelling but these side effects usually subside after a few days. It’s important to follow all post-treatment instructions provided by your doctor to ensure optimal results from your fractional resurfacing procedure.

Fractional resurfacing is an excellent option for those looking for a non-invasive way to reduce the signs of aging without having surgery or taking time off work for recovery. It’s effective with minimal side effects and downtime required for recovery – making it a good choice for people who want rejuvenated looking skin.

If you’re considering fractional resurfacing as part of your anti-aging regimen, be sure to talk with your doctor about any questions or concerns you have before scheduling an appointment so that you know exactly what to expect from this treatment option!

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