Fraxel DUAL

Turn back time for your skin with modern technology

Our ability to improve the quality and appearance of our skin just keeps getting better. We’re not saying that you should go on ahead and spend lots of time in the sun every day without sunscreen, and we can simply fix it later. The best way to maintain great skin is to protect and take good care of it every day.

But aging has a way of catching up with all of us, to one degree or another. That’s why we can all be thankful for modern skin care technology, such as the fractional laser, which can help improve the appearance of sun damage, fine wrinkles, and aging skin in general. And the results are achieved with little discomfort and little risk.

The Fraxel® laser just took it up a notch

Have you heard about the newest Fraxel® laser, the Fraxel® DUAL? It’s considered much more effective than its sister laser for eliminating brown spots and excess pigment. And improvements in the laser tip make it more effective for treating larger areas, such as our backs, chests and arms.

With Fraxel® DUAL:

  • Healing time can be about one to four days longer than original Fraxel®
  • Sensation of heat (like a mild sunburn) lasts about two to 24 hours
  • Redness lasts about one to four days, if at all
  • Peeling is a bit more visible than with original Fraxel®
  • Discomfort levels during and after treatment are a bit higher

Aura Skin Spa provides skin resurfacing using the Fraxel® DUAL

Now we can help give you smoother, fresher and younger looking skin by reducing wrinkles, the appearance of scars – and we can really zap those brown spots from sun damage. You should notice results after your first treatment, but for maximum results, you will need three to five treatments over about a month and a half.

Your skin never looked so good, starting today

Everyone has unique skin issues, and we have a solution that can help yours. Call us for a consultation, and we can find out if Fraxel® DUAL is the right treatment for you: (415) 788-3800.

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