Fractora is an anti-aging, skin rejuvenation method that uses microneedling and radio frequency together in one application to reduce wrinkles and fine lines. It also improves the tightness of your skin.
Dr. Nagpal customizes your treatment to your specific needs. Your skin appears tighter and you have less wrinkling after Fractora, but it doesn’t look overly done like many surgical and chemical procedures.
Dr. Nagpal commonly uses the procedure in areas such as:
Dr. Nagpal generally recommends one to six treatments based on your individual goals, but a typical treatment plan involves between one to three sessions.
Dr. Nagpal offers this service because it has a scientifically proven mechanism of action. The micropins resurface and restore the skin while the radio frequencies tighten the skin by heating multiple layers to revitalize collagen, the substance necessary for skin elasticity.
Together, microneedling and radiofrequency offer a safe and more powerful treatment for age-related skin issues.
The procedure also requires little to no downtime, so you’re able to go back to work after your procedure. In fact, the full results might take up to six months to become visible because the treatment continuously improves collagen production. The treatment lasts longer than injectable solutions that require frequent “refreshers.”
After Dr. Nagpal administers Fractora, you should use a natural moisturizer and avoid direct sun exposure and tanning right after the procedure. You may notice your skin is red or irritated the first two days after Fractora, and this may last up to seven days. You can use a mineral-based makeup in about two to three days after your procedure.
Check out our gallery here!
At-home anti-aging treatments aren’t always enough to correct sagging skin and wrinkles, but Dr. Nagpal of Bella Medical Aesthetics offers Fractora, a proven treatment to reduce signs of aging. Schedule an appointment with her Columbia, Maryland, office by phone or online for a consultation.
Feel free to email us regarding any scheduling or general questions!