Fraxel treatment is a safe, non-invasive laser skin treatment that removes years of aging from your appearance — without the risks, side effects or prolonged downtime of other procedures.
Whether you have sun damage, wrinkles or other signs of aging, Fraxel treatment delivers remarkable results with fast recovery so you can quickly return to work or other activities with renewed skin — and renewed confidence.
Before and After Pictures
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Jensesis LipoPlasty & Laser provides treatments to patients throughout San Jose, San Francisco, Bay Area and out of town.
*Individual results may vary.
Frequently Asked Questions
Everyone’s skin is different, but clinical studies suggest that for most people, maximum results are shown after just 3 to 5 sessions. They are usually spaced 2 to 6 weeks apart.
A. Topical anesthesia is applied before the procedure and cold air is used on the treatment area during the procedure to minimize discomfort. After the treatment, most patients report a feeling similar to having gotten too much sun. It usually disappears after 1 to 3 hours.
A. During the first 24 hours after treatment, your skin may feel as though it is sunburned, and it will appear pink or red. You can wear make-up to reduce the sunburned appearance. Your skin will naturally bronze over the next week or two, and as you continue treatment, the sunburned-to-bronzed appearance will repeat. As with sunburn, your skin will flake and exfoliate normally. Use a moisturizer to reduce the appearance of dry flakes.
A. Swelling and redness are the most common side effects from Fraxel re:store treatment. Any swelling is typically minimal and subsides within a day or two, and any redness typically fades within a few days. Other temporary side effects may include minor itching, dry skin, peeling or flaking, and a bronzed skin appearance. There is a very limited risk of infection or scarring. The intensity and duration of side effects depend on the aggressiveness of treatment and on your particular healing characteristics. Dr. Jane will provide specific instructions about what to expect and how to minimize any side effects.
A. Wear sunscreen of SPF 30 or higher, avoid direct sun exposure for at least 3 months after your last treatment, and wear a wide-brimmed hat when you’re in the sun.
A. It depends on your particular condition and how you care for your skin. Once your skin is treated, continue to protect it as described above. For conditions such as melasma, it is very important to avoid direct sun exposure. Dr. Jane will give you specific advice based on your individual needs.