Renew Beauty Med Spa and Salon | Fraxel | Skin Rejuvenation | Dallas

Fraxel

Gentle Skin Rejuvenation For All Skin Colors,
Great For Face, Neck, And Hands.

No downtime - excellent results - Firms & Tightens skin, reduces wrinkles and fine lines, improves acne and surgical scars non-surgical, non-ablative Fraxel is designed to improve skin laxity, wrinkles, discoloration and improve tone and texture.

The system combines a more superficially absorbed wavelength with the unique fractional delivery.​

Actual Patient: Brandi 

Dallas Blogger

March 7, 2019

My Beauty Goal:

Skin rejuvenation that includes smoother skin, improved tone and more uniform color

My Beauty Concerns:

Fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes, mouth, acne & surgical scars, large pores

Beauty Solution:

Palomar's unique Fractional technology uses laser energy micro beams to create areas of affected tissue that extend through the epidermis into the dermis. It is perfect for the treatment of wrinkles, acne and surgical scars, melasma, unwanted textural irregularities, crow's feet, blotchy skin and more, on virtually any trouble spot on the body - face, neck, chest, arms, legs.

Beauty Results:

Skin tightening and skin texture smoothing.

The result is a safe and effective skin rejuvenation treatment that improves texture, tone, pigmentation and periorbital fine lines (wrinkles around the eyes) - all with minimal downtime or discomfort. Rejuvenates and resurfaces the skin - most clients can return to work or other activities on the same day.

Fraxel re: fine treatment is safe on all skin colors - including black African American, Hispanic and other darker skin types.

Advanced technology - the most efficient delivery for the best possible results. 

How much does laser skin resurfacing cost?
Laser resurfacing costs are based on the treatments you get. In your consultation, a member of our aesthetic team will ask you about your skin problems and goals before reviewing the types of resurfacing treatments. Then, they can help you decide on your resurfacing method and discuss costs. Renew Beauty Med Spa & Wellness Center often runs treatment specials and packages so ask about current specials during your consultation.

What's the best type of resurfacing for me?
Our aesthetic team will help you decide which resurfacing treatment will best meet your needs and goals during your consultation. The best treatment for you will depend on the condition of your skin, your skin issues, and how deep you want your treatment to go. How long you are willing to give your recovery may also be a deciding factor when choosing your treatment type. When in doubt, it's best to select a lighter treatment, such as Clear + Brilliant, to see how you like your results and adjust as needed for your next treatment.

How can I help my skin recover after a resurfacing treatment?
A member of our team will give you recommendations on how you can help your skin heal after a treatment. The top rule is to not pick or peel at your skin. This could create lasting damage, including scars. You should skip all hair removal methods in the treatment area, which means no shaving, waxing, or depilatory creams. We will recommend an ointment to help soothe and heal your skin.

Should I get laser skin resurfacing, a chemical peel, or dermabrasion?
After listening to your problems, we will help you decide if laser skin resurfacing, a chemical peel or a dermabrasion treatment will achieve your goals. While they all improve the surface of the skin, each has benefits and drawbacks. During your consultation, we can review each option and make a recommendation for your treatment.

How often should I get laser resurfacing treatments?
Depending on the resurfacing options selected for your treatment, you may need to wait several weeks or even months between appointments. Deeper treatments will provide longer-lasting results but will require a lengthy recovery period. You should talk to a member of our aesthetic team about how often you are willing to come back for treatments so they can take this into account when choosing a type of resurfacing during your consultation.