Know how many sessions of Fraxel laser treatments are needed

Know how many sessions of Fraxel laser treatments are needed - 1

Most people choose Fraxel laser Melbourne to address many of their skin issues. The Fraxel laser treatment uses unique laser technology to effectively remove dull or dead layers of the skin. The treatment helps to peel away the rough top layers to reveal clear, smoother, tighter and beautiful skin. 

The predominant skin issues that can be treated with the Fraxel laser technique include:

  • Acne scars
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Dull skin
  • Rosacea
  • Hyperpigmentation or sun spots
  • Bumpy and rough skin
  • Uneven skin tone

The Fraxel laser treatment at Nitai Medical and Cosmetic centre uses the latest Fractional technology to minimize and eliminate common skin issues. Further, Fraxel laser Melbourne is a safe treatment method (with a fully acknowledged risk profile) for all skin types and colour. This is a major reason why most people choose this advanced method of treatment to achieve the best skin results.

How many Fraxel laser treatment sessions are required?

The Fraxel laser treatment is more effective at eliminating skin issues as it penetrates deeper beyond the top surface of the skin to break the underlying skin tissues and stimulate the growth of new skin tissues and collagen. This results in,

  • Improved skin clarity
  • Tighter and firmer skin
  • Reduction in blotchy skin 
  • Skin rejuvenation

To achieve the best results, most patients need approximately three to 5 Fraxel laser treatment sessions with an interval of four weeks after every session. More often, the treatment timeline depends on the skin issues that the patient wants to address. For instance, hyperpigmentation or sun spots or age spots usually require only one or two Fraxel laser sessions. Whereas, acne scars and wrinkles would require more than three Fraxel laser sessions at equal intervals to show conclusive results.

Why should you space your Fraxel laser sessions?

The Fraxel laser treatment creates deep hot zones on the targeted areas of the skin, that need time to get repaired. The body responds to the treatment by shedding the tired old cells and replacing them with healthy, fresh and new cells. Each treatment session helps to replace almost 20% of the old skin in the targeted area. Therefore, the patient needs 3 to 5 treatment sessions to achieve the cumulative skin rejuvenation effect.

The time interval after every session allows your skin to heal properly, giving ample time to eliminate the old skin tissues and generate new skin tissues and collagen and push them onto the surface. This recuperation period also ensures that the new skin tissues do not sustain any premature damage that may hinder the final results of the treatment.

Expert skincare specialists and cosmetic specialists are the best professionals to advise you on Fraxel laser sessions for your skin treatment. If you want to talk to experts about Fraxel laser Melbourne, you must visit Nitai Medical and Cosmetic Centre Today.

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