Experience skin rejuvenation with ProFractional treatment
Many adults could use a bit of rejuvenation due to the beating our skin takes on a daily basis. Factors ranging from stress to the sun to cold winds all play a part in how our skin ages. With ProFractional laser therapy by Sciton, we are able to help our clients reap the benefits of increased collagen.
Young Women ProFractional laser therapy is a procedure through which thousands of tiny “holes” are created in the skin. In between these columns is healthy tissue that accelerates the production of healing collagen in new and existing skin cells. As collagen increases, the skin gains better support and naturally becomes tighter and more youthful in appearance.
Some of the concerns that can be addressed with ProFractional laser treatment include:
- Sun damage
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Lack of collagen
- Rough texture
- Skin laxity
- Surgical or acne scarring
The goal of ProFractional treatment is to improve the skin from the inside out by increasing collagen production. Most people who have concerns related to aging or sun damage will see significant improvement over the course of several treatments scheduled every two to three months. The skin can receive additional nourishment in between visits with skin care customized for your particular needs.
After treatment, the skin may appear slightly red and swollen. These side effects tend to be mild and short-lived. During consultation visits, we explain to patients what they can expect before, during, and after ProFractional treatments.
The technology of this non-invasive skin rejuvenating treatment is gentle enough to combine with complementary treatments such as BBL treatment or the Micro Laser Peel. When discussing your overall concerns and expectations with your Seriously Skin provider, a personalized treatment plan will be designed using the treatment or treatments that will best achieve your goals.
ProFractional treatment is safe and effective on most people’s skin. Individuals who are sensitive to light, have active cold sores or acne, or who have used Accutane in the previous twelve months may be better served by alternative skin-improving therapies.