Fraxel Fractional Lasers
Using fractional photothermolysis, Fraxel effectively repairs the skin by stimulating the growth and regeneration of collagen. Fractional lasers penetrate top skin layers with the following unique advantages, which clearly distinguishes Fraxel from traditional lasers.
  • The laser columns treat a fraction of the skin without affecting the surrounding issues of the skin, thus speeding up the restoration of tissues rejuvenated by laser. As a result, the post-treatment recovery time is significantly shortened;
  • Fraxel generates very fine laser beams compared with traditional laser, so that it can target the problematic areas much more precisely, resulting in more remarkable results;
  • The epidermal wound caused by Fraxel is so minimal that it will be self-healed in 24 hours, thus reducing significantly the risk of bacterial infection.
Fraxel at Work      
1. “Smart scanning” hand piece ensures consistency and safety.
2. Fractional lasers penetrate top skin layers.
3. Fraxel light energy stimulates collagen, and resurfaces the top skin layer.
4. Your skin’s natural rejuvenation process smoothes wrinkles and scars by stimulating collagen.
The treatment can improve the overall skin quality. It is effective and simple without scarring or causing any infection.
The effects of Fraxel on curing scars and acne scars are highly remarkable. A study concludes that Fraxel is very effective and safe 1. Another one highlighted that Fraxel can treat hypertrophic, atrophic, erythematous and hyperpigmented scars. All participants in the survey have developed skin better than before, and that most of them have their skin improved by more than 75%.2 Also, the effects of refining pores, removing blackheads and other functions are satisfactory.
Fraxel is effective on the following skin problems:
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Acne scars, acne blemish/ acne marks and other scars
  • Blackheads, large pores
  • Pigmentation, age spots and melasma
  • Actinic keratosis
Fraxel is approved by the US FDA.
1 Alajlan et al "Acne Scars in Ethnic Skin Treated With Both Non-Ablative Fractional 1,550 nm and Ablative Fractional CO2 Lasers: Comparative Retrospective Analysis With Recommended Guidelines" Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 2011; 43:787–791

2 Kunishige et al "Fractional Photothermolysis for the Treatment of Surgical Scars" Dermatologic Surgery 2010; 36:* *
* Information available on this web page is for reference only. The approach of treatments may vary since factors affecting health, as well as health conditions of an individual, may differ from one another. Please consult your registered medical practitioners for professional advice before selecting and receiving any treatment.