The difference between hydrafacial and fractional laser23 November, 2022
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Fractional laser technology is one of the types of lasers that aims to repair and rejuvenate damaged skin, get rid of many skin problems, especially pigmentation, wrinkles and fine lines, stimulate collagen production in the middle layer of the skin, and treat deep scars resulting from acne. The result, radiant, glowing, younger-looking skin. During this technique, small thermal points are created in the skin at a certain depth, which stimulate the skin to repair itself without the need for many sessions and a long treatment period. And to get the desired result, three to five sessions may suffice you over several weeks.
As for the hydra facial, it is a high-level medical treatment that uses advanced radio frequency medical cosmetic technology. It is a non-surgical and painless treatment that penetrates the inner layers of the skin to tighten and rejuvenate the skin, enhance collagen production, improve blood circulation in the skin, and purify and clean pores. And getting rid of dead skin cells, which enhances the elasticity and softness of the skin, gives it radiance and freshness, and makes it fuller and younger. The hydrafacial is the only cosmetic technique that combines skin cleansing, exfoliation, hydration and antioxidant protection at the same time, without any side effects or pain, and it does not require any recovery period. This technique works at the level of the sebaceous glands and implements a revitalizing treatment for the skin, which begins with cleansing and then opens the pores, then uses moderate currents on the skin, and ends with crystal peeling.
Hydrafacial or fractional laser
These two technologies have almost the same features and characteristics, foremost of which is repairing the skin and getting rid of the defects that affect it. But choosing one of them is related to the type of skin and the type of defects and skin diseases that differ from one person to another. The decision in this matter is up to the specialists who choose the technology according to the type of skin and the problems that it suffers from.
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