How does Fractora Skin Rejuvenation work?

If you would like smoother, tighter skin without surgery, there’s now a new technology called Fractora by InMode Aesthetic Solutions that can renew your skin. With Fractora there is none of the pain and downtime associated with a surgical procedure.  But how does Fractora skin rejuvenation work.

Fractora by InMode
Fractora is a non-surgical skin rejuvenation device that uses radiofrequency (RF) energy torevitalize the skin.Fractora is an effective weapon in the fight against aging as it tightens the skin, and reduces wrinkles. It also improves photo damage, and corrects textural issues such as acne and acne scars.

Fractora is safe for use on various parts of the face and body, and is suitable for all skin types. It typically takes about 4 treatments to achieve the desired results.

How Fractora skin rejuvenation works
Fractora delivers bipolar RF energy to various depths of the skin via a matrix of silicone covered micro-pins in the handpiece. The micro-pins stimulate collagen and elastin in the deep layers of the skin. This has the effect of tightening the skin in the months that follow, so the results look even better over time (learn more).

Fractora is a versatile device with adjustable settings that allow providers to customize the depth and intensity of treatment. Results can be seen after about 4 weeks. The results are long-lasting, but since patients will continue to age, follow-up treatments may be needed.

What to expect
Downtime is minimal after Fractora skin rejuvenation, but patients can expect to see some redness for up to 7 days. Direct sun exposure should be minimized, and a broad spectrum sunscreen should be worn to protect the skin when going outside.

Fractora skin rejuvenation treatment is available at Skin Care Center, with 3 convenient locations in Illinois.

Call 773.296.3636 today to schedule a consultation at our Chicago office, 847.234.6121 for the Lake Forest location, or 847.901.0252 for Glenview.

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