Many dermatologists are now offering a type of laser treatment called Fraxel and it is being called of the most effective of all anti aging methods that isn’t surgical in nature. It can be used on many areas of the body including the face, neck, and the hands. This procedure works by providing laser stimulation energy into the skin. This results in the skin looking smoother and removing signs of damages. This procedure can be used to reduce changes in color pigmentation as well as to help a person become stimulated to naturally produce more collagen.
Yet that particular procedure can cost thousands of dollars so for many people it is out of reach. Recently, Solta Medical teamed with the company that offers Fraxel. What they created was a laser device and it can be used at home to reduce the signs of aging. This is called ReAura and it is less than $900. Plus, it can be used when you want in the privacy of your own home. It is considered to be an inexpensive but still effective solution for making your skin look better.
Some people are skeptical that any form of in home treatment like this can work. They worry that it can’t replicate enough of what is done in a professional setting. However, there are plenty of experts that claim ReAura is very potent and it can work. It also isn’t too powerful that it will create damage to the skin. It is safe and it can be used frequently. If you decide to go with the clinical Fraxel treatments, they are given in three different strengths depending on your skin care needs.
ReAura can be used at different settings and intervals too in order to be able to successfully get the results you are after. Many experts are inclined to state that the use of ReAura on a regular basis will result in similar results. There have been some trials with interesting results. Women who used ReAura twice a week for a period of 12 weeks were able to have skin that was smoother and they exhibited fewer lines. The study showed that about 80% of women had noticeable skin improvements in that 12 week period.
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