FRACTIONAL LASER SKIN RESURFACING
For a natural, youthful glow
- Improves skin texture and tone
- Treats fine lines, wrinkles and crow’s feet
- Reduces the appearance of acne scars, surgical and traumatic scars
- Improves the appearance of stretch marks (striae)
- Reduces appearance of melasma or pregnancy mask
- Safe laser treatment
- Minimal downtime
- Consistent results as it’s a non-ablative laser resurfacing treatment
What to expect
A topical numbing cream is applied prior to the laser resurfacing treatment to limit discomfort.
Most people experience minimal down time, with some mild redness and swelling for a day or two post-recovery. Temporary dryness in the skin lasts for up to two weeks as the treated skin cells dry and slough off.
New, healthier tissue will continue to form for six to twelve months after your Fractional Laser Skin Resurfacing treatment from INLIV. This fresh, new skin will be more susceptible to sun damage. Using a sunscreen product with a minimum 30 SPF is strongly recommended.
Improvement to your skin may be noticeable after just one treatment, however a series of treatments may be recommended for optimum results. If needed, subsequent sessions should be three to four weeks apart.
Individual results may vary.
How it works
Fractional non-ablative laser resurfacing is a lot like aerating your lawn. It penetrates small sections, leaving the lawn virtually intact, but the lawn grows in healthier.
During a fractional laser skin resurfacing treatment, the laser creates many micro-columns of heat down to the dermis level of your skin. These micro-columns of heat work to remove damaged skin and stimulates the body’s natural healing process to generate fresh, new skin.
This results in an improved texture of the skin by reducing fine lines, pore size, pigmentation, and scarring. There will be visible changes in the skin’s texture with one treatment; however, multiple treatments may be required to achieve the desired results.
Consider boosting the results from your fractional laser skin resurfacing treatment by combining it with PRP. Learn more about the combination Fractional Laser + PRP treatment here.