Have you ever looked in the mirror and wondered who that person was staring back at you? Let me tell you, I have. I know I am not twenty anymore but on the same token I don’t feel #$ (edited to protect those around me). I mean I am not planning on running any marathons mind you but hey I can still keep up with the kids around here.
If you don’t feel as old as you may look, would like to roll the clock back a few years, and do not want to go under the knife, Fraxel may be for you! Why Fraxel? Good question. As a spa that prides itself on using THE BEST products in the market, Fraxel is that product. For over nine months, we tested Fraxel on ourselves. I know, I know the spa business can be so demanding, but someone has to do it. The results were truly astounding. Not only for us, but for our clients as well.
Our clients started receiving compliments about how much younger their skin looks “within” weeks of their first treatments. I can’t say enough about this treatment and how excited we are to have it.For those of you who do not know what Fraxel is, in a nutshell it is “a safe, non-invasive laser skin treatment that removes years from your appearance –without the risks, side effects or prolonged downtime of other procedures.” Other procedures are plastic surgery.
To first understand how Fraxel works, we must first understand the science of Fraxel. The three key components of Fraxel are: 1) the epidermis, which is the outer layer of your skin, 2) the dermis, which is the sub-layers of your skin that include collagen and elastin and 3) microscopic laser columns – which is the rebuilding of skin from the inside out.
You read it right, rebuilding your skin from the inside out. Because the laser touches only a fraction of your skin at a time, the surrounding skin stays in tact, which allows your skin to heal in a fraction of the time. How much time you ask? Try two days. Your body’s natural skin renewal process is about 28 days. With Fraxel, it is two days.
Want more information about Fraxel? Visit our website at www.kaimedspa.com. Stay tuned for my next blog about the Fraxel difference