I don't understand. What am I looking at? There are no before photos, so I have no idea what the fraxel was supposed to fix. You look like you have a sunburn. That's about it. Nothing to go gaga over.
I don't understand. The photos clearly say that one is BEFORE the treatment and one is AFTER. The skin in the photo AFTER the Fraxel treatment looks much better than before. This isn't really helping your argument. Why not post photos...
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