Fractional laser resurfacing is an ideal option for smoothing skin texture, acne scars, stretch marks and fine wrinkles or lines.
Ellipse Frax 1550 laser treats the skin by heating the tissues and intensifying collagen production. Ellipse Frax is a fractional non-ablative laser, which means that the laser does not damage the skin, that is, does not make “holes” in the skin, unlike other stronger lasers. This makes the procedure comfortable for the patient and causes less pain compared to deeper lasers. The procedure is fast and with a short rehabilitation period.
Fractional laser resurfacing is a fast and effective way of improving the quality of facial skin and it guarantees good results already after the first procedure. Depending on the problem and desired effect, a specialist may recommend 1-2 repeated procedures with 3-4 week intervals. To achieve a lasting effect, Ellipse Frax laser treatment can be combined with the IPL phototherapy. The procedure does not require excessive preparation or a long rehabilitation period. For more detailed information and for finding the most appropriate solution, please come to consultation of our aesthetic nurse.
Good to know:
- After the procedure, on the same day, you will experience a sunburn sensation – the skin will be red and blushing. But already on the following day, the skin will soothe and you will be able to wear make-up.
- The procedure cannot be carried out on tanned, brown skin. Depending on the tone of the skin, at least 2-4 weeks should have passed from the last sunbathing.
- Do not use self-tanning lotions for at least two weeks before and after the treatment.
- You should avoid the sauna and swimming pool for a week after the procedure.
- The procedure is not carried out during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
- The procedure is not carried out in case of active herpes.
- The procedure is not suitable for diabetics and in the case of photosensitive diseases (e.g., epilepsy).
- The procedure for patients under 18 years of age is not carried out without their parent’s consent.