Invest in the tone and texture of your skin, because your skin is permanent. Makeup is not.
What is it?
The Lumenis® PhotoFractional treatment combines two technologies to address both tone and textural irregularities. By decreasing pigmentation and redness while simultaneously triggering collagen production, you skin becomes more even in color and texture.
• Even out skin tone
• Increase collagen production
• Minimal downtime procedure
The M22® IPL (intense pulsed light) treatment is a great eraser for surface irregularities such as brown or dark spots from sun damage or scars, redness, or broken capillaries.
The ResurFX™ non-ablative fractional laser emits precise columns of heat energy into the skin to stimulate new collagen growth and retexture the skin. The controlled heat laser delivery has been used for decades in dermatology to trigger the body to “repair” the skin, leading to collagen production. Stimulating new collagen production is the key to more radiant, youthful looking skin.
How does it work?
PhotoFractional technology By combining both IPL and ResurFX technologies, both skin pigmentation and textural irregularities can be treated within the same session. Lumenis IPL technology removes both unwanted pigmentation and blood vessels from the skin, while the ResurFX™ fractional laser stimulates the production of new collagen and elastic fibers in the deeper layers of the skin.
To ensure utmost comfort, your physician can typically apply a topical numbing cream before treatment and/or use air cooling during treatment. Depending on your specific concern, you can expect the session to last 15-30 minutes. You may experience a warm or prickling sensation as the laser is applied to the skin, but the treatment is gentle and should not feel uncomfortable.
Is it right for me?
Lumenis energy-based treatments are not suitable for everyone and carry some risks. PhotoFractional is not suitable when you have active infections, viral, fungal or bacterial diseases, inflammatory skin conditions or skin cancer. Risks may include: damage to skin texture, change of pigmentation and scarring. Be sure to consult with your treatment provider before choosing this treatment.