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Fractional Laser is the most comprehensive, effective, fast and safe for the patient, method used in aesthetic medicine to a qualitative improvement in skin appearance. The main advantages of fractional laser technology are restoring firmness, wrinkles and discoloration removal, various types of scar removal in a painless way. Practically does not require recovery.

CO2 fractional laser treatments can be performed on all parts of the body – face, neck, décolletage, hands, wherever wrinkles, blemishes, scars, stretch marks appears, etc.


Fractional Laser CO2 is an ablation laser, this means that its operation is based on the phenomenon of coagulation. With the help of the scanning head emits light beam which forms on the skin back microdamage net surrounded by healthy tissue. As a result of the intensive heating of the water in the skin, water reaches the evaporation point then creates micro-damages of collagen and fractional break in the skin. The stream of pulses emitted from the laser is split into thousands of tiny streams of high energy particles that penetrates the skin up to a depth greater than 2 mm, which is deep in the dermis. As a result, quickly followed by the regeneration process with the synthesis of new collagen and elastin fibers. The tissue at the site produced micro wounds is removed, there is a significant effect of tension and lifting the skin. Even the first laser procedure brings a marked improvement in skin condition, and its results intensify with time.



Immediately after treatment the skin is red, slightly swollen, after 4 hours is changing back to normal. Then, the skin turns brown and peeling process begins.
After approx. a week, when the skin returns to normal, then you already can see the results of the surgery. Very rare (at the highest power setting) in certain areas of the skin blisters may be healing by forming scabs. Depending on the intensity, surgical places can be stay red up to 7 – 14 days. The effect builds up over time, the growth of new collagen is held still, which lasts from 3 to 6 months. By this time the skin condition and appearance continues to improve.
Depending on the procedure mesh of small scabs is formed after series of treatments. Scabs are formed 2 days after treatment, and peeling occurs approx. 3-4 days after treatment.
To achieve even better results CO2 laser treatment can be repeated after an cetrain amount of time. Usually, it is recommended to perform a series of 3 – 6 treatments
at intervals of 1 month, or they may be carried out once.


After treatment:

After the procedure, you must cultivate your skin using gentle moisturizing creams and regenerating, such as. Cetaphil PS, Physiogel, Betaskin Natural Active Cream, Cicalfate Avene, Bioderma Hydrabio. In addition, you must ensure protection from the sun using creams with SPF 30 for a period of approx. 4 weeks after surgery. The very next day after the surgery, you can apply make-up. Recovery lasts from 1-3 days, but usually the next day after surgery you can return to work. Avoid hot baths.
A side effect of laser treatment of CO2 is longer healing time – up to 7 days. Side effects are generally small and may include redness, swelling, blisters.



Aesthetic indications:

Dermatologic indications:

  • resurfacing- “bags” under the eyes
  • stretch marks
  • removing acne scars, pooparzeniowych, traumatic, surgical
  • regeneration and rejuvenation of the skin of the face, neck, hands
  • smoothing and wrinkle removal
  • improvement in skin tone (laser facelift)
  • sagging skin
  • enlarged pores, blackheads
  • reducing skin laxity, shoulder and abdomen (eg. After childbirth, weight loss)
  • discoloration, age spots, melasma, pigment changes
  • alignment skin tone
  • traces of removed tattoos
  • genital warts
  • viral warts: hands, feet, flat
  • seborrheic keratoses
  • adenomas sweat glands, sebaceous
  • granulomas Vascular
  • fibroid
  • tufts of yellow
  • sebaceous cysts, milia
  • actinic keratosis
  • prurigo nodular
  • pearly papules
  • cutaneous horn
  • calluses, corns




  • tanning 2 weeks before surgery
  • taking preparations of retinoids
  • photosensitizing herbs (St. John’s wort, calendula)
  • pregnancy, breastfeeding
  • active bacterial or viral infections
  • fillers in place of performing surgery
  • acne in active phase (if the procedure is performed on the face)
  • metallic elements in the body, the starter in the treatments
  • cancer