Dermafrac is epidermal Micro-needling infusion therapy which is an advanced aesthetic treatment used to target many skin concerns including fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage, brown spots and pigmentation, open pores, congested skin, mild acne scarring, and dry and dehydrated skin..
Dermafrac is safe and effective for many skin types and has been shown to improve skin conditions such as
The precision controlled Dermafrac hand piece uses vacuum to pull the skin into contact with hundreds of microneedles. The microneedles create pathways for the infusion of targeted serums by penetrating the epidermis above capillaries and nerve endings, ensuring no bleeding and pain. Designed to improve overall appearance of your skin, the procedure results in optimal absorption of serum and stimulates a natural positive response by the body which may increase collagen and fibroblast activity
No. Dermafrac allows you to return to your normal activities immediately after procedure. There will be mild redness which resolves within few hours. If you desire you may reapply make up immediately after the procedure. This effectively leaves your skin with a glowing complexion and instant results; you can apply mineral makeup immediately, and then sit back and feel and see your skin improve daily.
Dermafrac feels wonderful. Precise engineering of hand piece prevents any bleeding or pain and instead provides a pleasant client experience with no downtime.
Dermafrac is typically administered in six treatments every 2 weeks followed by maintenance visits every one or two months.
Yes, It can be very effective in removing unwanted pigmentation, sun damage and uneven skin color and tone in some cases and it is typically used as part of a comprehensive treatment program including broad spectrum SPF and home use pigment lightening agents.
Yes for certain types of acne it may be beneficial and be a useful part of a treatment program.
Some scars may respond to DermaFrac™ and the response varies based on several factors such as the age of the scar, depth of the scar tissue, individual skin types, location and the care given to the area between treatments. Deeper scars are better treated with fractional lasers.
Superficial fine lines and wrinkles may be reduced using DermaFrac™. Deep wrinkles or dynamic lines may be softened somewhat, but cannot be completely resolved and are typically better treated with fillers, neuromodulators or laser skin resurfacing.
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