Is there any way to broadly predict how my skin will react to Fraxel Repair or Total FX? Is it unreasonable to ask for a spot treatment or testing to see if I'm a good candidate?
Spot Testing for Fraxel Re:pair or Total FX
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Yes, you can have spot-testing for those treatments
You can have test spot treatment with either Fraxel re:pair or Total FX to get an idea of how your skin will respond. You will have a "wound" to take care of for 24 to 36 hours, and then need to use the proper skin care that is usually recommended following the treatment.
Spot testing before Fraxel Repair or Active FX treatment
What you can do is have a spot test for Fraxel Repair or Active FX to see how your skin will react to the treatment. Although you may need time to heal, a spot test will help you decide if you are the right candidate for Fraxel.
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