A New Way To Get Smooth Skin

Fractora is a fascinating way to combat skin problems. It’s at the cutting edge in delivering remarkable results with a radio frequency treatment that improves tone, appearance and feeling.  The specially designed needles can be specifically controlled to work on localised skin problems and resurface those imperfections that have plagued you for years.

The method doesn’t just treat different skin types but also works on a wide range of body parts. Whether it’s the face, under the eyes, neck or arms, this treatment can improve the skin’s appearance dramatically.

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Have a discoloured area that you don’t like the look of? Maybe it looks slightly bluish or darker than natural appearance? Fractora needling can tackle these areas and give beneficial results. Its works wonders for acne sufferers who have been looking for a treatment that can give results without having to go through a painful technique.

fractora on skin

The name gives away just how the procedure works. An array of tiny pins penetrates the skin only fractionally in a way that wakes up the sub-dermal tissue. What this does is coax that tissue in to promoting collagen and start rebuilding a smooth exterior. It effectively gives your tissue a kick-start in to doing what it’s supposed to.

To avoid any discomfort during the procedure, a cream that numbs the skin is applied first. What you’ll feel is unusual and new. There will be a slightly warm sensation as the micropins get to work and repair the deep collagen.

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Broken collagen

Fractora treatments create the opportunity for skin to heal quicker when other treatments would see the surface left to excise for a lot longer. Just a few hours later your skin will feel a vast improvement as the texture begins to readjust.

If you’re looking to find out more about Fractora, then visit the Snowberry Lane website where they’ll give you an in-depth look at the treatment. You can find out more by visiting http://www.snowberrylane.co.uk/treatments/fractora.html

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