Restore youth with the fractional method

It's a pity, I still look young - and wrinkles, age spots and other cosmetic defects are already appearing. You can get rid of them with a partial rejuvenation procedure. How it works?

You always want to look beautiful, regardless of age. But time inexorably runs out and affects the appearance. Over the years, the skin becomes less elastic, wrinkles, age spots and other visible defects appear. Modern technologies allow you to prolong youth by using laser exposure to problem areas. Let's understand partial rejuvenation: what it is, how it happens and the results of this procedure.

What is this

what is fractional skin rejuvenation

Cells lose their activity over time, which slows down the regeneration process. It is necessary to restore youth not only visually, but also to help the cell to recover and continue its active work. Only in this way the skin will acquire a healthy look, tighten and smooth.

The first fractional laser rejuvenation was performed in 2004. It is designed specifically to treat the signs of aging. After receiving the first tests and the results with excellent effect, the procedure is actively used in many beauty salons. The actions are completely safe, effectively fight cosmetic defects.

Advantages and implementation technique

Laser rejuvenation has several advantages to illustrate why this anti-aging method is worthwhile:

  • one procedure is enough for good results;
  • no anesthesia is used;
  • is ​​not an operation;
  • safe, no side effects;
  • does not need a long period of rehabilitation;
  • The effect is similar to the Botox injection technique;
  • has a long duration.

This method of rejuvenation is called fractional because it only affects problem areas that are exposed to small laser beams. The intact areas, namely the cells of the epidermis, begin to actively work, multiply and quickly heal the areas treated with the laser. The full period of rehabilitation lasts no more than three days, depending on the condition of the skin. Collagen is actively produced in cells, which in turn:

  • smoothes wrinkles, creases;
  • the skin is tight;
  • the oval of the face is aligned;
  • pigment spots are lightened.
advantages and disadvantages of fractional skin rejuvenation

The procedure does not cause discomfort, it is painless, the redness disappears quickly. Fractional laser action is somewhat similar to the beam coating method, but has more options and is more effective. Otherwise called photorejuvenation.

The principle of action is that the damaged skin is exposed to heat stroke at sufficiently high temperature limits. The beautician uses a small device on which are mounted the elements through which laser beams penetrate. Because the rays are very hot, the skin is treated very quickly to avoid burns.

The result depends on the severity of the defects. The deeper the wrinkles, the more procedures will be needed. The healing time also depends on the individual and his health condition.

The skin is completely exposed to a laser beam thinner than two hundred microns, so that a new layer of epidermis appears on the treated area. The rays are similar to a thin network and are applied exclusively on problem areas, on the face, neck, legs, around the eyes. This network allows not to affect the surrounding areas and to enable them to activate the healing and recovery of cells.

Types of photorejuvenation

In the field of cosmetology, two types of fractional thermolysis are used, differing from each other in the degree of impact and basic characteristics.

  1. Ablative method- thermoactivity acts on the upper layers of the skin, on the cells.
  2. Non-relational rejuvenation- laser beams act exclusively on the deep layers of the epidermis.

Today, many fractional machines use CO2 laser beams. They are more advanced and have reached a new level in the last few years. Before starting the procedure, it is worth clarifying which laser will be used, the quality and efficiency depend on it.

To achieve the best effect, it is recommended to combine two types of fractional thermolysis - ablative and non-relativistic. A double foot kick helps to improve the result and keep it for a long time. Thanks to modern equipment, beauticians develop programs to rejuvenate skin type and health.

When to cancel

how the fractional rejuvenation procedure is performed

Like any other interference in the natural functioning of the body, fractional facial rejuvenation has its contraindications. Ft procedures should not be done if:

  • you are pregnant;
  • have epilepsy;
  • for oncology;
  • severe inflammation of the skin, with psoriasis;
  • for herpes;
  • if you have recently had a chemical peel on your face;
  • or sunbathing;
  • has vitiligo;
  • chronic diseases such as diabetes, poor blood clotting.
Contraindications should not be ignored, as the existing problem can be significantly exacerbated by heat exposure and worsen the situation.

What to expect

Photothermolysis is designed to lift the face and rejuvenate the skin. With the help of cosmetic procedures, you can immediately notice how the skin tightens, wrinkles disappear within a few days and the outlines become clearer. To make the effect even better, it is recommended to perform several procedures with a difference of one month to six months, depending on the first result.

To improve the condition of the face, many beauticians recommend combining fractional types of CO2 laser exposure. This in turn allows you to maintain your youth for a long time, prolong the processes of skin regeneration and prevent premature aging.

The patient recovers quickly enough within a week. The time also depends directly on the selected type. During the first two or two days the skin becomes noticeably swollen, there is redness. After 4-5 days, however, the dead cells leave the skin, the epidermis is covered with a new and healthy layer. If you properly coordinate your actions, choose a good, responsible cosmetologist, find out if there are any contraindications, then the photorejuvenation procedure will be only for good.