Fractional rejuvenation - launching natural regenerative processes in the skin

fractional rejuvenation of facial skin with laser

Fractional rejuvenation involves the use of a laser. This is a highly complex procedure that solves a wide range of skin problems that inevitably arise with the aging of the body. It requires high professionalism on the part of the specialist who leads it. Only a specialist with medical education and complete courses on working with laser equipment is entitled to conduct laser rejuvenation. Performing the procedure in a questionable clinic with an unqualified cosmetologist, you can get a negative effect instead of the desired rejuvenation.

Fractional laser treatment is a valuable option for anyone looking for ways to rejuvenate the face without surgery. Incidentally, this method is used not only on the face, but also on the body. In particular, with the use of the laser, it is possible to make scars and stretch marks invisible. Therefore, laser rejuvenation will be interesting for those who have long been interested in the problem of how to remove stretch marks from the body.

Varieties of fractional laser rejuvenation

The fractional laser does not send a beam, but many microscopic beams, which allows you to act on the skin in a more delicate and delicate way.

Fractional laser rejuvenation is divided into two types:

  • The first type of fractional rejuvenation is often called laser resurfacing. During this resurfacing, the laser removes very small areas of the top layer of the skin, located at a distance from each other. This activates the skin's regenerative processes. This procedure uses a carbon dioxide laser.
  • The second type of fractional rejuvenation is the effect of the best rays on areas of the skin that are at a strictly specified depth. At the same time, the skin surface is not exposed to injury and, in the deep layers of the skin, collagen production is activated and the areas of the skin removed by the laser are filled with new cells.

Different clinics use different types of lasers, but the principle of the laser rejuvenation method is the same in all cases: inflict controlled damage to the skin, stimulating it to active recovery and renewal.

In each specific case, the doctor sees which laser technique will be most appropriate. Before each procedure, the laser is individually adjusted for each patient.

Skin care after fractional skin rejuvenation

how the laser fractionated skin rejuvenation procedure is performed

The doctor who performed the procedure will tell you how to care for your skin after laser rejuvenation. The choice of cosmetic products depends on the type of skin, its individual characteristics, as well as the tasks and scale of the procedure performed.

On 2-3 days after the session, a crust forms on the skin, which is discarded in 3-4 days. At this point, it is necessary to use the cream recommended by the doctor. Then, for 1-2 months, it is necessary to apply a good sunscreen on the skin before each exit and use a regenerating nourishing cream at night.

It is important to note that laser rejuvenation not only corrects existing changes related to age, but also delays the aging process itself, triggering the skin cell renewal mechanism.

Who is the appropriate fractional rejuvenation for and with what procedures is it combined

The procedure is always performed only after prior consultation with a specialist. With strongly pronounced changes related to age, laser resurfacing will be the most convenient, not laser rejuvenation. In some cases, it is impossible to do without plastic surgery: blepharoplasty, endoscopic facelift or introduction of facelift wires. But here, too, hardware techniques, in particular laser rejuvenation, will help to enhance and maintain the effect.

Plasmolifting and mesotherapy are perfectly combined with laser techniques, including biorevitalization with hyaluronic acid.

The laser rejuvenation procedure is not suitable for pregnant and lactating women, people suffering from cancer, diabetes, severe hypertension, psoriasis and dermatoses. Herpetic rashes and inflammatory processes in the affected area are also contraindications to the procedure. Laser rejuvenation is not recommended for people with keloid scars or a family history of vitiligo.