Pixel co2 fractional laser Portable fractional co2 laser machine price 30w co2 laser Tube
Fractional skin resurfacing with nubway uses laser energy microbeams to create areas of affected tissue that extend through the epidermis into the dermis. These areas can be either "non-ablative" (the laser beams coagulate the affected tissue) or "ablative" (the laser beams vaporize the affected tissue).
Non-ablative procedures are minimal to no downtime procedures, while ablative procedures provide a single treatment option. The body's natural healing process creates new, healthy tissue to replace the areas of affected tissue, resulting in healthier, younger-looking skin.
You choose 6 different scanning shaps,also you can change the size of scanning shaps at will according to your own needs.So the beam of light can achieve the treatment area accurately.
The type of laser
Carbon dioxide laser
40W(glass tube) ,30W(RF tube)
The output mode
Ultra pulsed, single and fractional
Light transfer system
Seven-joints articulated arm
Fractional ; Normal ;Vaginal (optional)
AC 220V 50Hz ;AC 110V 60Hz
The scope of treatment:
3.Skin Tightening, Aging Skin Treatment
5.Smooth out wrinkles and fine lines
6.Flatten worry and frown lines
7.Clearing sun-damaged skin
8.Shrinking the appearance of pores
9.Remove age/sun spots on the skin
10.Acne and acne scar removal
11.Remove intractable chloasmas and pigmentation;
12.Eliminate striae gravidarum
13.Rejuvenate your neck, chest and hands etc.
14.Flatten traumatic scars
Cutting function (this only can be operated by professional doctors)
1.Smooth burnt scars and surgery scars, dermabrasion, etc.
3.Basal cell carcinoma
4.Laser skin resurfacing
5.Eliminate the scar: Traumatism, operation, Burn debridement,
6.Decrease jowls and improve angle of the jaw
7.Reshape, slightly enlarge, and give firmness to lips
8.Remove mole, verrucous, and small tumors of the skin
How does fractional CO2 work?
Fraco2 works by producing columns of laser beams which precisely penetrate to the level of wrinkles or scars, and stimulate your own skin to replace the old collagen with new “baby” collagen. In between the laser beams, the skin remains intact, allowing healing to occur quickly.
Who is suitable for fractional co2?
1.Moderate to severe facial wrinkles
2.Moderate wrinkles neck, hands
3.Sun damage and brown spots
4.Acne and other Scarring
What does the treatment involve?
The treatment involves using the laser over a complete area or whole face. It is not suitable for a single wrinkle line or fold.
A numbing cream is applied to the area for at least 1-2 hours prior to treatment, and in some cases local an aesthetic injections are used. Pain puffers and medication can also be used if needed.
The laser is applied to the affected areas. At the end of the treatment the area will look like small white or red dots that disappear by the following day. There is usually redness that lasts at least 7 days, and swelling for a few days. Most people need about 5 days off work.
How many treatments will I need?
Depending on the degree or wrinkling or scarring and your expectations, you would usually need 1-3 treatments. Some people need more, especially those with severe acne scarring.
Is fractional co2 painful?
Pain really depends on how strong you use the Fraco2 laser. In most cases, it is essential to use at least a numbing cream, and often local anaesthetic injections are also used. For increased comfort, pain puffers and other painkillers may be used.
After the treatment, there is some discomfort for about 1 hour. It is best relieved by using ice, cold air, or cold compresses.
What do I look like after the treatment with fractional co2?
Immediately after the treatment you will look red, with tiny white dots, or pinpoint bleeding on your skin. These dots usually disappear the next day. Swelling will last a few days and redness at least 7 days. You can apply makeup usually after 3 days, but you usually need a few days (5-7) days off work.
What precautions do I need before the treatment?
There are no special precautions before the treatment except:
1.If you have a history of cold sores, you may need to take an anti cold sore tablet starting the day before treatment.
2.If you have recently taken Ro Accutane for acne, you may more suited to non ablative fractional laser, eg, Fraxel.
What do I do after the treatment?
After the treatment, in most cases you will
1.Take antibiotics to prevent infection (depending on the doctor’s decision)
2.Use light non greasy moisturizer and sunscreen, the clinic will recommend one that is suitable for your skin.
3.You may wish to take anti swelling tablets for a few days.
4.You may wish to use compresses with white vinegar and water for the first 24 hours to reduce swelling.
5.Apply makeup after the a few days.
6.Wash your skin with a gentle cleanser eg Cetaphil lotion.
7.If you have darker skin, you may need to use a bleaching lotion after the treatment to prevent post treatment increase in skin pigmentation.
What sort of result can I realistically expect?
After one treatment session, depending on the strength of the treatment, you should notice a significant improvement in wrinkles especially around the eyes. Lines around the mouth are more difficult and may need more than one session.
Acne scars usually show more improvement with the fractionated CO2 laser than with the older fraxel laser after the first treatment.
What are the risks and complications associated with the Fraco2 laser?
Compared to the older non fractionated CO2 lasers, the risks are far less, but may include:
3.Pigmentation. This can be treated with bleaching lotions.
5.Decrease skin pigmentation
6.Incomplete wrinkle removal