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Life in your 40s offers plenty of joys and challenges, but when you’ve said goodbye to your days of youth, wrinkles, fine lines and sagging skin don’t have to add years to your appearance. From crow’s feet to frown lines, the telltale signs of aging can creep up as soon as you hit middle age; fortunately, there are several ways you can stop that clock from ticking.
If you’re struggling to hide acne scars or scar tissue from an injury, consider the benefits of a fractional resurfacing procedure such as Fraxel. Fractional resurfacing treatments are among the most popular anti-aging treatments on the market. Deep scars don’t typically disappear on their own and some can take several years to fade. Today’s innovative fractional skin resurfacing technologies can erase scars and improve the texture and tone of your skin. In this procedure, a laser removes deep wrinkles and scars from the surface of the skin. The laser is powerful enough to penetrate deep into the skin to stimulate collagen production and speed up the cell regeneration process. Over time, this restores damaged skin and encourages healthy cells to reproduce at a rapid pace.
Fine lines, wrinkles and pigmented patches of skin can disappear with the help of the Fraxel skin resurfacing procedure. Fraxel is a powerful skin rejuvenation and anti-aging treatment that can eliminate many of the common signs of aging and rejuvenate your look.
As the years go by, your skin can become damaged from the sun, accumulate age spots and wrinkles, and start to sag and droop. Aesthetic laser treatments can help to improve the texture and tone of your skin, and can also reverse many of the signs of aging. If you’re looking for a laser skin resurfacing treatment with little downtime and one that delivers a noticeable improvement in the skin after a single session, consider the micro-fractional laser. This laser delivers similar results as the CO2 laser skin resurfacing treatment and promises a fast recovery time.
Do you have unsightly stretch marks on your abdomen, arms, thighs or chest area because of weight fluctuations or pregnancy? Once stretch marks have formed on the skin, they do not disappear on their own. Once formed, your only options are to treat them with a skin resurfacing procedure and topical skincare products. The Fraxel skin resurfacing procedure is proven to reduce the appearance of stretch marks and can help to get rid of them completely over time.
The Fraxel laser skin resurfacing procedure has received FDA approval for treating many areas of the face and body, and restoring the skin after skin damage. However, this powerful procedure is only suitable for certain skin types, so it’s important for prospective patients to undergo a thorough skin evaluation and learn about alternative options when pursuing treatment.
Do you want the benefits of a facelift without going under the knife? Sagging skin can be improved with a non-surgical skin tightening treatment that naturally increases the amount of collagen under the skin’s surface, giving your skin a more youthful glow and smoother lines.
Laser skin resurfacing treatments are have become a popular anti-aging procedure for thousands of men and women that want to get rid of fine lines, plump up wrinkles and improve the overall texture and tone of facial skin. Fraxel Repair Laser systems are one of the most popular choices on the market, and are available at many cosmetic surgery and aesthetic centers across the country. Reliant Technologies, Inc. has recently partnered with Philips to develop a home skin rejuvenation laser system that may deliver results similar to those found in an office setting. T
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