Pearl Fractional anti-aging laser is a single treatment solution for skin wrinkles, enlarged pores, irregular skin texture and acne scarring. It addresses deep-set imperfections and tired/weathered skin and supplies the perfect complement to a surgical procedure requiring moderate downtime.
At SKIIN we use Cutera’s Pearl to perform our fractional laser treatment, which is one of the best on the market in terms of equipment and treatment options. Our fractional laser treatment can also be combined with other intensive treatments to further enhances clients results and ensure they achieve their desired end result effectively.
Fractional laser resurfacing is ideal for clients looking to treat pigmentation, sun damage, wrinkles/ fine lines, acne scarring and general rejuvenation of the skins tone and texture.
Fractional Laser describes a treatment that affects only a fraction or small percentage of the skin. With Pearl Fractional it is treating the damaged cells deep within the lower levels of the skin. This fractional treatment selectively removes columns of tissue leaving the surrounding skin intact, which in term shortens healing time and stimulates our body’s natural process for creating new collagen, plumping and firming the skin from below and reversing signs of photo aging and other imperfections.
This will differ from case to case. Most clients find they need 1-2 sessions to achieve their desired results. Other maintenance treatments in between may be required.
Yes, there is downtime with Fractional laser. Depending on your work schedule we do often suggest having some time off and not planning any social events in the few days after the initial treatment. You can experience a tight like feeling on the skin, dryness and possible redness, all of which are completely expected responses.
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