Fraxel has taken over the world of skin rejuvenation. Using fractional laser resurfacing technology, Fraxel laser treatments is a non-invasive procedure that can significantly reduce the appearance of wrinkles and scarring by stimulating collagen production in the dermis, the deepest layer of skin that creates elasticity
The mystery of beautiful celebrity skin has usually kept everyone wondering: what’s their secret? Kim Kardashian is public about her regular trips to the dermatologist in order to maintain her flawless complexion. Other celebrities who are open about using Fraxel to keep their skin at its best are Kathy Lee Gifford and Jillian Barberie. Recently, Courtney Cox, another famed star has admitted to wanting to try Fraxel in order to keep up a clear complexion and youthful appearance.
What Does Fraxel Do For Your Skin?
Known as The Gold Standard in skin resurfacing, it resurfaces the skin 15 to 30 percent each session by placing microscopic-deep columns of treatment. These microthermal zone damage minute sections of skin at a time which allows the skin to heal much faster than if it were treated all at once. The body’s natural healing process creates new, healthier tissue to replace skin imperfections, remodel the collagen and tighten skin texture.
How Many Fraxel Treatments Are Needed?
Multiple treatments are needed to achieve the best result, however as an outpatient procedure using topical anesthetic cream, it can easily be fit into your schedule.
Where Can I Get Fraxel Near Me?
With specialized fellowship training in laser and cosmetic surgery, New York double board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Cameron Rokhsar can offer his patients the latest and most advanced technology and treatments to reach their cosmetic goals. Dr. Rokhsar has been instrumental in the development of Fraxel and as a leading authority, he has introduced the device to countries around the globe. Dr. Rokhsar’s work has been featured on ABC’s Good Morning America, The Today Show, The Doctors, The Rachael Ray Show, and many more. Dr. Rokhsar’s private practices are located in Manhattan and Long Island, New York.