Fractional laser facial skin rejuvenation

advantages and disadvantages of fractional facial skin rejuvenation with laser

The process of aging of any human organism is a natural biological law. Undoubtedly, signs of aging skin in the form of wrinkles, reduced tone and age spots appear on various parts of the body. The face, due to the constant influence of ultraviolet radiation, the work of the facial and chewing muscles, is prone to breakouts. For obvious reasons, women of all ages want to keep their faces fresh and young. In such a case, not only creams and masks come to the rescue, but also skin rejuvenation using fractional exposure.

Basics and advantages of the method

Technology is the exposure of high frequency energy to the skin. Beams of certain wavelengths produce thermal reactions, or rather, they evaporate cells at a preset depth. The disappearance of some cells stimulates the synthesis of collagen and elastin fibers. With age, the synthesis of collagen and elastin in the skin thickness decreases significantly. These fibers that give elasticity to the skin and youth are, in fact, the building blocks of the epidermis and dermis. Thus, under the action of the laser, facial rejuvenation occurs.

Laser rejuvenation is a modern technique that has established itself in the market of cosmetology services. Let's look at some of the benefits:

  • Fractional treatment is a painless treatment. Even the minimal discomfort, according to the reviews, is absent.
  • Technology suggests minimal damage to the skin, because the traces disappear after therapy within 4-5 days.
  • Technology allows you to work on a large area at a time. This approach activates regenerative processes at most, resulting in the smoothing of wrinkles.

Side effects and adverse reactions after the intervention have been reported very rarely. The most typical are hyperemia and peeling in the treatment area, moderate self-relieving itching. Sometimes an herpes infection is activated. With frequent exacerbations of herpes, consultation with a dermatologist and an infectious disease specialist is required before fractional resuscitation.

What is the course of treatment

One therapy session takes 25 to 40 minutes. Compensatory therapy can be applied to the face, neck and décolleté. In the office, the patient is in the supine position and can relax.

3-4 procedures are required to achieve maximum effect. The best interval between sessions is 2 to 4 weeks. During this period, the epidermis and dermis fully restore their regenerative potential. There are 4 procedures in the standard course. The most noticeable visual effect is observed 3 months after the end of the course. If necessary, sessions can be repeated after a year.

At the end, there is a high probability of itching or mild burning sensations, which will stop itself after 1-2 hours. Hyperemia and unexplained swelling last for 2-3 days. During the early recovery period, dermatologists recommend the use of dextpanthenol ointments and healing sprays.

Hygiene care is allowed on the day of the intervention, a visit to a bath or pool should only be limited during the week. Do not neglect sunscreen - the faces after treatment are very sensitive to ultraviolet light.

Fractional exposure is an effective method, whose effect on signs of aging has been proven by scientific research. Due to the safety, painless and comfort of the intervention it is one of the most popular cosmetology practices.