Banish Under Eye Bags with Fraxel

Banish Under Eye BagsTired-looking eyes are a cosmetic concern that’s shared by many. The aging process can take a toll on this delicate area, causing swollen, puffy under-eye bags. But, with the Fraxel laser, it’s possible to rejuvenate the skin under the eyes so that it appears smoother and healthier. This non-invasive cosmetic solution provides dramatic improvement for under-eye bags, providing a rested and radiant appearance. 

What is Fraxel Laser Therapy?

Fraxel is a non-invasive laser treatment that’s used for many different skin concerns associated with aging. By using targeted light energy, Fraxel stimulates healing in the damaged areas of the skin while leaving the surrounding, healthy skin untouched. Fraxel laser therapy is customized according to your needs, making it possible to improve specific concerns like under-eye bags. 

There are many benefits to Fraxel therapy, including:

  • Speed and convenience, as the treatment takes only 20 to 25 minutes to complete
  • Minimal downtime after treatment
  • Immediate improvement to the skin
  • Natural-looking results

How Does Fraxel Work For Under-Eye Bags?

The Fraxel laser creates microthermal zones in the deep layers of the skin. These zones are very small, like the pixels on a TV screen, allowing for very high precision in treatment. The laser triggers the skin’s repair process within the targeted zones. As a result, the skin creates new, healthy skin cells to replace the damaged cells. 

Since the Fraxel laser wand is highly accurate for small areas of skin, it’s ideal for patients desiring a gentle yet powerful solution to under-eye bags. The treatment is non-invasive, so the scarring and recovery time associated with surgical eye rejuvenation techniques are omitted. Additionally, no artificial substances are injected into the skin in Fraxel, it’s a very safe procedure, even for the sensitive, thin skin under the eyes. 

For more information about the Fraxel laser for under-eye bags, contact Ultimate Image Cosmetic Medical Center today.