29 Year Old Scarring. Fraxel on Face. Melesma Around Eyes and Lips. - Brisbane, AU
This is my second fraxel treatment. Had it done...
Will hopefully not look too awkward as that is my better side anyway. The nurse is giving me a free treatment due to this stuff up. My advice is if you feel they stuffed up, speak up and sort it out before it's too late. Glad I did.
Not as red as last time too due to the excess numbing cream. Making sure that the girl who put it on won't be the one who puts it on again.
Anyway, still looking forward to my third one and can't wait for the results.
Alst two weeks post laser
Because of the screw up with numbing cream (they used one with water in it. Not good if the laser targets water cells.) I didn't get penetration on one side. So am getting a complimentary one. As they should. Spent a lot of money.
But in regards of results face looking clearer and more smooth. Can't wait for the last treatment.
Anyway have posted some photos from this morning.
Will update in another week. Hopefully no more breakouts!
Almost 4 months post Fraxel Treatment
I am now 15 weeks post Fraxel treatment and my skin is looking fantastic. The little holes on my face have reduced and the scarring I got it for has reduced.
I am still hesitant to get my free one due to the warnings of others about the two year mark. I am really hoping mine will be fine.
But at the moment I am quite pleased with how everything looks. Just wish the pores around my eyes matched the rest of my skin as this has not been touched.
I am using bio oil twice a day for moisturiser and just to assist with the healing ageing process.
Anyways will add photos soon.
Feel free to ask any questions and add on to the debate on whether to get the third Fraxel done. :)
The nurse Emily is really friendly and open to your questions. But I would recommend you check what has been done. As last time she didn't cover as much as I would like/she should and this time she missed a 1inch round area round my cheek which she fixed promptly when I mentioned it. Really my advice is be assertive. Your paying big money for your skin health. :)