Benefits of EXELO2 Skin Resurfacing Treatments

Some of the latest fractional skin resurfacing devices can treat a number of skin conditions and also reverse the signs of aging. The EXELO2 skin resurfacing procedure is an innovative skin rejuvenation system developed by MedSurge Advances, and offers a number of benefits beyond some of today’s leading fractional resurfacing procedures. With minimal downtime and visible results after a single session, many medical spas and cosmetic dermatology centers are now promoting the EXELO2 skin resurfacing procedure as a safe, powerful and effective anti aging skin treatment.

Get in touch with a cosmetic dermatologist or medical spa in your area to find out if you may be a good candidate for the EXELO2 fractional skin resurfacing treatment. Your licensed skincare professional can explain the pros and cons of this procedure, and evaluate the condition of your skin to determine if you will be a good candidate for the procedure.

Top Benefits of EXELO2 Skin Resurfacing Treatments

The EXELO2 skin resurfacing treatment offers a number of skin rejuvenation benefits, and is safe and effective for almost all skin types. Some of the key benefits of the EXELO2 skin resurfacing treatments include:

  • Complete facial ablation performed in just fifteen minutes
  • Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Minimal downtime
  • Patient can resume regular activities immediately after the procedure
  • No local anesthesia or numbing cream required
  • Patient can wear light makeup shortly after the procedure
  • Physician can control the pulse width to address a variety of skin conditions
  • No major scarring involved

How EXELO2 Skin Resurfacing Works

The EXELO2 skin resurfacing system uses a fractional laser which works by creating hundreds of microscopic perforations in the damaged areas of the skin, while leaving the rest of the skin intact. The laser light beam then passes through the skin and creates micro-injuries in the tissues. These injuries trigger the body’s natural healing process, which causes an increase in collagen production and a noticeable tightening of the skin. Since only about 15 to 20 percent of the skin is damaged during the session and the rest of the tissues remain intact, the skin heals very quickly.

The EXELO2 skin resurfacing device is different from the Pixel and Er:YAG lasers because it has a different wavelength and absorbs less water during the treatment process. This means that the laser can easily vaporize the top layer of the skin and helps to shrink the skin tissues to create a tight, contoured appearance.

The EXELO2 laser resurfacing system is not designed for patients with connective tissue diseases, and cannot be performed on patients that are taking Accutane. Those who have highly active rosacea, active acne cysts or large pustules are not good candidates for fractional laser skin resurfacing procedures, and must wait until their condition improves before undergoing any type of aggressive skin treatment.

Learn more about the fractional skin resurfacing treatments in our information guide, or consult with a cosmetic dermatologist in your area to find out if you may be a good candidate for the EXELO2 skin resurfacing procedure.

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