Skin with Fractora
Between acne scars, wrinkles, sun spots, and rosacea, your face puts up with a lot of wear and tear. Perhaps you have tried countless creams and serums, but nothing seems to help.
Bumps and discoloration still abound.
Rest assured, however: there is good news. You don’t need to keep spending hundreds of dollars on creams that don’t work, and you also don’t need to resign yourself to a life of relying on thick concealers to hide your blemishes. Fractura Laser Skin Resurfacing just might be your ticket to a clear, bright, youthful looking face, no unmet promise in an overly priced cream!
Fractura resurfacing is a medical procedure which uses laser technology to penetrate the skin and address topical problems at their root source. Unlike microneedling or many chemical resurfacing peels, fractora is considered to be a non-ablative procedure: meaning it targets the bottom layers of skin without directly treating the top layers.
During a Fractora treatment, your practitioner will use the microneedling handpiece to treat the face or any other area needing the treatment. The pins on the handpiece are used to transmit radio frequency waves underneath your skin to stimulate collagen growth (targeting wrinkles and promoting elasticity) and target hyper pigmentation as well as acne scars and uneven skin. We ALWAYS use a strong topical anesthetic to prevent pain and make this a very comfortable procedure.
Fractora is generally done in a series of 3 sessions, with optimum results appearing about 90 days after the treatments are completed. Yes, it takes longer to see final results but that is by design as the work and changes that are happening are happening deep in the tissue and it is also designed to not cause too much redness, peeling or any other side effect on the surface of the skin to allow for no downtime. So hang in there, the results are totally worth it!
Fractura typically costs $700 per session. Keep in mind that the number of sessions needed will depend on the size and severity of the area you need treated. This puts it right in the price range of similarly marketed treatments, with ablative procedures (such as CO2 and Erbium) typically costing around $2,000, and plain microneedling (without radiofrequency) typically costing around $600 a session.
Fractura is not a procedure suited to everyone. Although many can benefit from clearer, healthier skin, the procedure can be invasive and uncomfortable for some and may not be feasible for others. If any of the following apply to you, you will want to speak with your doctor first:
That being said, the benefits of Fractora can last up to 6 months and are ideal for anyone who struggles with uneven skin tone (such as rosacea), cystic acne, acne scarring, lines and wrinkles, enlarged oil glands, even age spots and loose skin.
If one or more of these symptoms are holding you back from what you feel your skin could be, then Fractora may be the treatment to finally make the skin of your dreams your reality.