Frax Pro®


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Skin resurfacing for smoother, more brilliant skin that you’ll want to bring to light.

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What is Frax Pro

Skin resurfacing is among the most requested aesthetic procedures in the United States and worldwide. The Frax Pro laser system is FDA and CE cleared, offers two skin resurfacing1 technologies: Frax 1940™ and Frax 1550™, both are non-ablative fractional laser for shallow (Frax 1940) and deep (Frax 1550) skin resurfacing.

Frax 1940 Treatment

100% of patients saw textural improvements.4,*

Frax 1550 Treatment

100% of patients reported satisfaction (44% were “Very satisfied”).1,5

How it works

The Frax Pro laser rejuvenates* skin by delivering very small, controlled bursts of energy to the skin. The technology in the Frax Pro system controls the appropriate width and depth of the laser light energy delivered to meet individual treatment needs.

  • The delivered energy stimulates the production of collagen, resurfacing the skin over time.4
  • The laser is gently rolled across the skin over brief treatment sessions.
  • The surface of the skin is left intact and there is low downtime associated with healing and recovery.1,3
  • The SoftCool™ skin cooler helps reduce treatment discomfort and use of an anesthetic/numbing cream may be recommended. After this wears off, for a few hours you will feel as if you have a light sunburn.3

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Treatment Highlights

Reveal Your Skin's True Potential


Skin resurfacing is among the most requested aesthetic procedures in the United States and around the world. Half a million skin procedures are performed annually.2

Resurface skin by smoothing textural irregularities.1

Rejuvenate* sun-damaged skin.1

Improve skin texture.1

Treatment Results

Clinically proven results for reducing textural irregularities*

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Photos courtesy of: Paloma Cornejo, MD
Condition: skin resurfacing
Treated with: Frax Pro
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Photos courtesy of: E Victor Ross, MD
Condition: skin resurfacing
Treated with: Frax Pro
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Photos courtesy of: E Victor Ross, MD
Condition: skin rejuvenation
Treated with: Frax Pro
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Photos courtesy of: Konika Patel Schallen, MD
Condition: skin rejuvenation
Treated with: Frax Pro
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Photos courtesy of: Konika Patel Schallen, MD
Condition: skin resurfacing
Treated with: Frax Pro
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Photos courtesy of: Konika Patel Schallen, MD
Condition: skin resurfacing
Treated with: Frax Pro
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Photos courtesy of: Konika Patel Schallen, MD
Condition: skin rejuvenation
Treated with: Frax Pro
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Photos courtesy of: Konika Patel Schallen, MD
Condition: skin resurfacing
Treated with: Frax Pro
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Photos courtesy of: Konika Patel Schallen, MD
Condition: skin resurfacing
Treated with: Frax Pro
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Photos courtesy of: Konika Patel Schallen, MD
Condition: skin resurfacing
Treated with: Frax Pro
What to expect

Prior to your Frax Pro laser procedure, you and your healthcare provider will meet to discuss your treatment goals. Generally, the treatment procedure itself takes from 15 to 45 minutes, depending on the size of the the treated area.3

Typically, you will be offered a course of 3 treatments, but this will vary according to your needs. If you have darker skin, your healthcare provider may decide to offer a longer course of gentler treatments. Preprogrammed settings for different skin types provide recommended energy output for your complexion.3

It is important to avoid tanning salons and self-tanning products before and during the treatment period. You will get maximum results if you use a normal moisturizing cream before and after treatment.3

After treatment, you should avoid sun exposure for 30 days and use sun protection (minimum SPF 30) at all times. And, be sure to let your healthcare provider know if you are prone to acne breakouts or cold sores.3

Talk to your healthcare provider about what you can expect with your individual treatment.

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FAQs

The Frax Pro® laser rejuvenates* skin by delivering very small, controlled bursts of energy to the skin. The delivered energy stimulates the production of collagen, resurfacing the skin over time.4 The laser is gently rolled across the skin over brief treatment sessions. The surface of the skin is left intact and there is low downtime associated with healing and recovery.1,3

Typically, you will be offered a course of 3 treatments, but this will vary according to your needs.1,3 If you have darker skin, your healthcare provider may decide to offer a longer course of gentler treatments. Preprogrammed settings for different skin types ensure a correct energy output for your complexion.1,3

Via Frax Pro® skin resurfacing treatment, you can:

  • Resurface skin by smoothing textural irregularities1
  • Rejuvenate* sun-damaged skin1
  • Improve skin texture1

The Frax Pro® system is a non-ablative, fractional laser that allows both shallow (Frax 1940™)1 and deeper (Frax 1550™)1 skin resurfacing.

References
*Via skin resurfacing
1. Ellipse Frax 1940, 510(k) clearance (K192951), March 2020. And, Ellipse Ydun Frax 1550, 510(k) clearance (K180406), March 2018.
2. Cosmetic Surgery National Data Bank Statistics 2017. The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
3. Frax Pro User Manual, Data on File, 2020.
4. Tidwell WJ, Green C, Jensen D, Ross EV. Clinical evaluation and in-vivo analysis of the performance of a fractional infrared 1550 nm laser system for skin rejuvenation. J Cosmet Laser Ther. 2018;20(6):1-4.
5. Clinical study of Frax 1940 in photodamaged skin, Data on File, Candela 2020.
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*Via skin resurfacing
1. Frax 1940, CE Mark. October 2019 and Frax 1550, CE Mark. March 2016.
2. Cosmetic Surgery National Data Bank Statistics 2017. The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
3. Frax Pro User Manual, Data on File, 2020.
4. Tidwell WJ, Green C, Jensen D, Ross EV. Clinical evaluation and in-vivo analysis of the performance of a fractional infrared 1550 nm laser system for skin rejuvenation. J Cosmet Laser Ther. 2018;20(6):1-4.
5. Clinical study of Frax 1940 in photodamaged skin, Data on File, Candela 2020.
 

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