Laser treatments has emerged as the most effective way to treat a wide variety of skin conditions. Resurfacing eliminates old, damaged skin, which is replaced with fresh, healthy skin. A popular and effective treatment for anti-ageing and acne scar reduction. Profractional XC™ uses laser energy to create thousands of microscopic channels in the skin which are surrounded by areas of healthy, untreated skin. The zones of untreated skin invigorate the body’s natural healing process, and the treated areas stimulate production of new collagen, plumping up the skin and smoothing out wrinkles, lines, scars and other irregularities.
Profractional XC™is the latest and more advanced form of the first laser of its kind. If you are looking for younger-looking skin or want to improve, wrinkles, or sun damage with a comfortable treatment and have fast recovery, then you may be an ideal candidate for Profractional XC™.
Most skin areas can be treated. Popular areas to treat are wrinkles and lines on the face, neck, chest, hands, and lines around mouth and crow’s feet. Thanks to advancements in fractionated laser technology, Profractional XC™ is a faster and more comfortable laser than the first laser of its kind, Fraxel. The procedure normally takes 15-30 minutes, depending on the condition and the size of the area that is treated. A numbing cream may be applied in advance to aid with comfort during the procedure.
Profractional XC™ is typically done in a series of four treatments, spaced three to six weeks apart, depending on your needs. Your physician may also combine Profractional XC™ with a micro laser peel or other popular aesthetic procedures to further enhance your treatment results. Immediately after the procedure you may experience mild redness, resembling light sunburn. Complete healing takes about one to three days and most patients can get back to work and apply make-up within one to two days after the treatment.
It is important to follow our instructions, which may include some skincare products and instructions on how to use them. Your skin will be more sensitive to ultraviolet light after the procedure and you must avoid direct sun exposure until fully healed. You should always use sun protection to avoid sun damage and premature ageing of your skin. It is very important to keep the area moisturised. Scabs should not be picked or rubbed off.