Since 2004, Fraxel has become the gold standard for treating wrinkles, pigment, acne scars and more. And now, there is another Fraxel option. In addition to the original (which now goes by Fraxel re:store) there is now a resurfacing treatment designed for the first signs of aging. According to Mountain View, California dermatologist Zakia Rahman, MD, “The expanded Fraxel family offers resurfacing options for all ages and all walks of life.” For women in their 20s and 30s who are looking to prevent or address the first signs of aging, such as fine lines and mild pigment problems, Fraxel re:fine provides safe, gentle resurfacing without downtime. Dr. Rahman recommends six to eight monthly, 20-minute treatments for optimal results, with follow-up sessions every six months to maintain the quality of the skin.
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