If you are curiously foraging the latest and greatest of skincare and beauty products and services, I’m sure by now that you’ve heard (or at least read) about the good ol’ Fractional Co2 laser.
It’s essentially said to be the gold standard but yet also being one of the few lasers having some of the harshest downtime. Uh huh, that means you probably wouldn’t look too fantastic for those few days. It’s no doubt a 先苦后甜 laser that helps greatly in minimizing skin disorder and reparation of damage such as scarring, pigmentation and ageing, etc.
More bluntly put:
The traditional Fractional Co2 laser precisely “burns off” the damaged outer layer so that your baby smooth skin that’s beneath can resurface to the top (again). 💆🏻♀️
What’s Stopping Me From Traditional Fractional Co2 Laser?
For those who have been following this little space of mine (thank you! 💐), you would probably know that there was a period of time when my skin was just so bad that even I myself found it disgusting.
Even though I managed to recover within a very short timespan, I was left with many different kinds of scars.
I did consider doing the traditional Fractional Co2 Laser back then, but eventually, I opted not to do so for a plethora of reasons. One of it was probably the post-procedure hyperpigmentations in Asian skin – which undoubtedly meant getting tanner.