Revive and improve your skin! Blume Skin & Body has an Erbium Laser by Lumenis called ResurFx. This erbium laser is fractional non-ablative skin resurfacing. Fractional lasers emit thousands of tiny micro-beams that injure a fraction of the skin. Non-ablative lasers create channels of heat into the skin that are invisible to the naked eye, but are strong enough to activate the skin’s wound response. This signals your skin’s cells to create collagen and elastin
Photofractional is a time saving treatment which addresses multiply issues in a single treatment. ResurFX, non-ablative erbium laser can be combined with an IPL photofacial for a photofractional treatment that addresses multiple skin concerns in one treatment. The Lumenis Photofractional treatment is a complete skin rejuvenation solution, tailored to address even the early signs of aging. It offers noticeable results for pigmentation, age/sun spots, texture and overall skin appearance. With PhotofractionalTM downtime is minimal, so you can get a “lunch time” treatment and return to your busy lifestyle. Risks may include redness and swelling. Consult your physician regarding contraindications and risks.
- Tailored to address even the early signs of aging
- Noticeable results for pigmentation, age/sun spots, texture and overall skin appearance
Experience minimal downtime in a “lunch-time” treatment and return to your busy lifestyle
What is it?
The Lumenis Photofractional treatment is a complete skin rejuvenation solution, enabling your physician to offer you remarkable results on a range of skin aging concerns such
as age and sun spots, vascular lesions, uneven texture and skin tone. Our unique rejuvenation technology includes two solutions, IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) and ResurFXTM non-ablative skin resurfacing, so that both skin tone and texture can be treated at the same session.
Is it right for me?
Lumenis® energy-based treatments are not suitable for everyone and carry some risks. PhotofractionalTM is not suitable when
you have active infections, viral, fungal or bacterial diseases, in ammatory skin conditions or skin cancer.
Risks may include: redness, swelling, change in pigmentation or scarring. Be sure to consult with your treatment provider before choosing this treatment.