Fraxel® ReStore Laser Treatment in Philadelphia, PA

Fraxel ReStore Laser Treatment improves the skin’s appearance by affecting only a fraction of your skin at a time with thousands of tiny microscopic laser spots. Fraxel is an advanced technology used to correct skin issues in all skin types. The tool is non-invasive, clinically proven to be safe and there’s no downtime.

Benefits of Fraxel

Fraxel is versatile and can improve many different skin concerns. Fraxel is effective at:

The Fraxel Procedure

Prior to the treatment, a topical numbing cream is applied to keep you comfortable during the procedure. Fraxel laser treatments produce thousands of tiny, yet deep columns of treatment in your skin known as microthermal treatments zones (MTZ). This treatment eliminates old epidermal pigmented cells. It also penetrates deep into the dermis. Just as important are the areas of skin the Fraxel laser leaves untouched.

For every microthermal zone the laser targets and treats intensively, it leaves the surrounding tissue unaffected and intact. This “fractional” treatment allows the skin to heal much faster than if the entire area were treated at once, using the body’s natural healing process to create new, healthy and tighter tissue to replace skin imperfections.

The Recovery Process

Normal activities can be resumed immediately after treatment. However, you may experience mild swelling and redness after each treatment. It may feel like you have a mild sunburn, but symptoms will subside within 48 hours. A daily moisturizer will help heal the skin and reduce irritation, and sunscreen is highly recommended.

Is Fraxel Right for You?

If you want to improve your skin’s tone, color or texture, Fraxel ReStore Laser Treatment can make the surface of your skin feel softer, look brighter and produce a more even tone. 

At The Lumen Center, we individualize every treatment plan so that you see maximum improvement in skin appearance and quality. We offer complimentary consultations prior to your procedure, and take our time to discuss expectations, provide instructions and answer any questions you may have.