Fraxel Skin Resurfacing

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  • Featured in O – The Oprah Magazine
  • Excellent for skin resurfacing, fine lines & wrinkles reduction, acne scars & sun damage.
  • Only laser FDA approved for treating melasma
  • Safe for all skin types
  • Treatments performed by trained & certified aestheticians

Fraxel treatment results have been featured in:

  • O, The Oprah Magazine
  • The Today Show
  • The View
  • In Style Magazine
  • Self Magazine
  • Marie Claire

You probably do a lot to stay healthy and feel great, but the effects of sun, pollution, stress, and fatigue can factor into your appearance and hinder your skin from looking as fabulous as it could. Fortunately, Rejuve has the answer: a laser treatment called Fraxel.

Fraxel laser technology is as remarkable as the results it delivers. This technology tops competing laser treatments because it is able to precisely treat thousands of microscopic areas of your skin, using pinpoint laser beams that penetrate beneath the skin’s surface to extinguish old, damaged skin cells. This treatment rouses the body’s natural healing process which efficiently replaces old and damaged skin with new radiant and healthy skin.

Your genetic make-up, lifestyle, and personal history all make your skin unique and contribute to how your skin looks and feels. Rejuve will develop a treatment plan that fits your skin’s specific needs.

Fraxel laser treatments are designed to treat between 5 and 35 percent of the skin’s surface, which leaves the remaining 65 to 95 percent to quickly heal the treated areas. The treatments are very accurate, so it is effective and safe on even delicate areas of skin such as the neck, chest and hands. There are two levels of results: immediate and progressive. Right after the first healing process completes, the surface of your skin will feel softer, look brighter, and the tone will start to become even. Progressive results take place over the next three to six months as the deeper layers of skin continue healing.

Fraxel laser treatments will stimulate your skin’s own healing process, resulting in natural rejuvenation that makes you look years younger.


Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are the benefits of Fraxel laser treatments?
Smoother, fresher looking skin Improved tone and texture Reduced wrinkles around the eyes Improved appearance of acne scars and surgical scars
2. Has the Fraxel laser received FDA-Clearance?
The Fraxel laser has received FDA-clearance for treatment of the following:
Wrinkles around the Eye (preorbital wrinkles)
Age and Sun Spots (pigmented lesions)
Brown Spots / Pregnancy Mask (Melasma)
Acne Scars and Surgical Scars
Skin Resurfacing
3. Is Fraxel laser treatment safe for all skin types?
Yes - Fraxel treatment is a safe, non-invasive treatment safe and effective for all skin types.
4. How many Fraxel laser treatments will I need and how will they be spaced?
Everyone’s skin is different, but clinical studies suggest that for most people, maximum results are realized in just 3 to 5 sessions. They are usually spaced 2 to 6 weeks apart.
5. Does Fraxel laser treatment hurt?
Topical anesthesia is applied before the procedure and cold air is used on the treatment area during the procedure to minimize discomfort. After the treatment, most clients report a feeling similar to having gotten too much sun. It usually disappears after 1 to 3 hours.
6. What side-effects can I expect after the Fraxel laser treatment and how long will they last?
You will have some degree of redness and swelling. The intensity and duration depends on how aggressive the treatment was and your particular healing characteristics. Other temporary side-effects may include minor itching, dry skin, peeling or flaking, and a bronzed skin appearance. You will be given specific instructions about what to expect for your particular treatment and how to minimize the side-effects.
7. What precautions should I take after the treatment?
Wear sunscreen of SPF 30 or higher and avoid direct sun exposure while you are healing. Further, protect yourself by wearing wide-brimmed hats if you expect to be out in the sun.