How does a Fractional CO2 laser work during treatments?
Fractional CO2 lasers emit a far-infrared laser beam with a wavelength of 10600nm that forms a focused laser beam dot that can penetrate through the corium layer of skin to form conical holes that can stimulate regrowth and recombination of tissue collagen. The operator directly controls the output model of the fractional CO2 laser including the fractional spot size, dot density, length, shape, and each tiny dot diameter and depth. Shrinking the conical holes results in great skin-resurfacing and rejuvenating effects, creating smoother, younger looking skin.
What is Fractional CO2 laser used for?
For the treatment of
- Winkle removal
- Striae gravidarum removal
- All kinds of scar removal including traumatic scars, burn scars and postoperative scars
- Skin losing its elasticity and sagging, thinning, brittleness, and pachylosis complications.
- Pigmentation treatment, actinic cheilitis treatment and acne treatment
- Coarse pores, acne, rosacea, and benign skin proliferations
- Epidermis pigmented lesions including freckle and age pigmentation
- Skin epidermal growth
- Vaginal rejuvenation
Fractional CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing Machine
- Fractional CO2
Laser wavelenghth: 10.6 μm, far-infrared laser
Spot size : ≥0.2mm at the focus
Working state: Continuous, pulse, pulse burst, super pulse and short wideband pulse