The skin on our bodies can regenerate itself into old age, but sometimes it lacks the right stimulus.
This can be provided by fractional lasers: With individual rays of collimated light, they penetrate the uppermost layers of the skin and create micro-injury points at a depth within the skin. The surrounding, undamaged tissue is stimulated to produce new cells and thus fresh collagen. At the same time, the destroyed cells are carried away. The effect: The skin regenerates from within and appears younger and fresher.
The effects of fractional lasers for body skin rejuvenation can be divided into two groups:
The rays of the fractional laser are emitted in a grid-like pattern via a hand piece. The dermatologist thus passes over the skin several times in different directions in order to achieve the most even treatment pattern as possible.
The treatment is generally performed under local anesthesia using an anesthetic cream, sometimes in combination with pain-relieving drops, or during sedation. For more information about your options for a comfortable, pain-free treatment see the anesthesia section.
Following treatment with the
After laser treatment you should generally avoid direct sunlight for two to three months.
For the best result with the Palomar Star Lux 1540™, we recommend a cycle of four to six treatments at four-week intervals.
Even after the first application of the Solta Fraxel re:store DUAL®, successful results are visible. We recommend two to four treatments at four-week intervals.
Treatment with the Solta Fraxel re:pair® generally does not need to be repeated.