What is Fractional Laser?
Essentially, it’s a form of focused laser light that penetrates deep into the skin to rejuvenate the complexion.
Compared to many traditional methods, this non-ablative technique renews the skin from the inside out, without creating any disruption on the surface layer. This in turn reduces downtime dramatically.
Backed by leading US dermatologists such as Zakia Rahman, it has been clinically proven to reduce the visible signs of ageing, restoring tone and smoothing away scarring from the skin.
How does it work?
The therapy channels two different wavelengths within a single device: one to target surface skin damage and pigmentation, while the second diffuses to the deeper layers of the skin to hone in on wrinkles and scarring.
The concentrated beams of laser light drive deep into the skin to create microchannels of controlled damage that kick-start the skin’s natural regeneration process, boosting the body’s production of collagen and elastin.
Results speak for themselves, with skin looking and feeling plumper, more youthful and with a radiant glow.
What devices use Fractional Laser?
The Nira Skincare Laser is one of the only at-home devices to Fractional Laser technology. Visibly reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in just 60 days, the device gives dramatic results with just a two minute treatment time.
Designed by the man who invented the core semiconductor Laser Diode Technology, a technology used in medical systems around the globe, the Nira Skincare Laser is a cut above the rest when it comes to results.
Unlike non-fractional laser devices, which can often be painful and cause irritation, the device is completely painless to you.
At-home fractional laser treatments can end up being much more cost-effective compared to salon treatments, providing visible results in just a couple of weeks.I love the way that it is powerful enough tackle fine lines and wrinkles and smooth away acne scarring and texture, whilst being gentle enough to maintain an even tone.