What’s the Difference with Dual and CO2 Lasers from Fraxel?
The answer lies in what they’re designed to treat. While Fraxel CO2 lasers are excellent at treating a broad range of skin problems, the Fraxel Dual laser is programmed to specifically target and minimize pigmentation. That means if you have brown spots, sun damage, red scars, or any other discoloration of the skin, a course of Fraxel Dual laser treatments can help you achieve smoother, more even-looking skin.
Regardless of whatever treatment you choose to undergo, you should expect to go through 3-5 treatments (spaced 4-8 weeks apart). You should expect to experience redness, slight swelling, and skin sensitivity for the first week after each treatment. Most clients see final results within 3-6 months after their final Fraxel laser treatment.