Fraxel is a skin resurfacing laser used to treat fine lines and wrinkles like crow’s feet and brow lines. Fraxel improves the effects of acne and another scarring, Pigmentation and minimalizing the appearance of age spots.
Fraxel Treatments Iver
Youth doesn’t have to be a distant memory
To look and feel younger is a wish many of us cling to. Hoping to turn back the clock in order to gain back our youthful looks, but it is a wish that may no longer be relevant, as modern technology is able to reverse the appearance of ageing skin.
Fraxel treatments Iver is a proven age reversal process that uses laser technology to help turn back the clock on our ageing skin. Unlike cosmetic surgery, Fraxel isn’t invasive and works out the outside of the skin to create beautiful and lasting features that will remind you of your youth.
Its modern technology helps to reverse visible ageing skin and in turn, we are rewarded with our youth.
It is designed for individuals who don’t want dramatic changes to their skin, but want fast results that provide them with a hint of youthfulness. As a non-invasive clinical treatment, it can be worked into your regular beauty routines, taking away the need to lather your skin in lotions and creams that are unable to offer the same results.
As a clinical treatment unlike any other, Fraxel Iver is able to treat a wide range of ageing signs. These can include fine lines and wrinkles that can be found on the face, as well as treating pigmentation by minimising the appearance of age spots on the skin. Fraxel also helps to reduce the appearance of surface scarring by minimising acne and other facial scars, it is known to repair the effects of sun damage on all skin types and can be used to treat Actinic Keratosis, which is a known pre-cancerous skin condition.
Youthful skin through the use of Fraxel can be achieved using two different types of laser treatments: ablative and non-ablative. An ablative treatment uses a higher laser treatment, but the results are more significant, but do require a longer recovery period. Whereas a non-ablative treatment has a quicker recovery time, but requires regular sessions for more noticeable results.