CO2 Fractional Laser, Say Goodbye to Skin and Aging!

  Fair and smooth skin is what every woman aspires to. However, due to her own reasons, such as aging, unclean makeup, sun exposure, etc., there are more or less small flaws on her skin, and problems continue to accumulate. If left untreated, the skin will gradually age.

  Lifting and firming, wrinkle removal, anti-aging, skin rejuvenation, whitening, acne removal, skin reconstruction. Do these beautiful words make every beauty lover excited?

  So, what kind of laser cosmetic surgery program can achieve these goals at the same time? the answer is:

  The lattice photothermal interaction theory was published in 2004 by Manstein, an expert in laser medicine at Harvard University. For the first time, the full text of the application of fractional laser was reported, which was recognized by experts from all over the world, and was quickly used in clinical practice.

  What is CO2 Fractional Laser?

  The fractional laser uses a new type of CO2 laser for local treatment, and the laser system generates a large number of tiny ultra-pulse beams. After these ultra-pulsed beams act on skin tissue, tiny holes with a diameter of 0.12 mm to 1.2 mm and a depth of 2 mm can be formed in the skin. Partitioned gasification of pigmented tissue allows CO2 laser energy to penetrate subcutaneously to stimulate the production of new collagen. In this way, the normal tissue between thermal injuries is not affected, and this part of the skin can be used as a thermal diffusion zone, avoiding possible side effects such as thermal injury, and at the same time, it can promote the skin healing process, allowing patients to return to their daily life in a shorter time.

  In addition, the accumulation of heat in the dermis can instantly shrink the skin collagen and stimulate the proliferation of collagen for a long time, so as to achieve the effects of wrinkle removal, scar removal, skin rejuvenation and abnormal pigmentation.

  What is the difference between fractional laser and traditional laser?

  Using the lattice principle, the skin is evenly perforated, and then a series of skin biochemical reactions are caused, so as to achieve the effects of wrinkle removal, skin tightening and scar removal. The peak energy of the fractional laser is larger than that of the traditional laser, and there is normal skin between the points, which is conducive to repair. Therefore, the fractional laser stimulates collagen more strongly and has fewer side effects. For yellow people, traditional peeling lasers tend to leave hyperpigmentation, while fractional lasers rarely leave hyperpigmentation.

  Lattice’s range of laser applications

  1. Suitable for eliminating wrinkles: hand, neck, facial wrinkles (especially around the mouth and eyes), reducing deep wrinkles and stretch marks on the head.

  2. Remove scars and acne, especially acne scars, trauma scars, postoperative scars, frostbite scars.

  3. Improve chloasma and treat superficial pigmented skin diseases, such as freckles, coffee spots, age spots and other pigmented diseases.

  4. Improve skin aging and enlarged pores, and thicken the dermis.

  5. It can be used to cut and vaporize skin vegetations, such as warts, moles, actinic keratosis, seborrheic keratosis, sebaceous adenomas, syringomas, eye bags, hemangiomas, red blood caps, etc.

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