Fractora is a treatment for loose skin, poor texture, fine lines, wrinkles, pores and scarring.

Fractora combines skin needling and radiofrequency energy. Skin needling is one of the longest standing beauty treatments for effective rejuvenation. It is based on the principle of causing “micro-traumas” in the skin, the body’s response is to repair this injury by making new collagen and elastin.

We combine this technique with radiofrequency (heat energy), the energy is transmitted between the pins deep under the skin, so you get a combined rejuvenation from both needling and heat. This results in resurfacing and tightening of your skin. Thermal heat energy stimulates fibroblasts resulting in new collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Fractora would be uncomfortable without pain relief. We use a strong anaesthetic cream which makes the whole procedure very tolerable

Fractora and Tixel are similar in their modes of action. Fractora is a doctor treatment compared to Tixel being performed by the beauty therapists, it is a more powerful treatment. Tixel will give similar results, but you will need more treatments to get to the same end result.

Fractora and Morpheus are similar in their modes of action. Morpheus has longer needles and heat treats to a deeper level. Morpheus can treat below the dermis and cause contraction of the subcutaneous fat, this is better for toning the face. Fractora can do very superficial levels which is better for surface texture.

You will not look different, but healthier and well, you skin will look better quality and firmer.

Downtime is dependent on how aggressively you do a treatment. If you want little downtime then, the energy can be turned down accordingly. If we do an aggressive treatment, you may expect redness up to 3 days, possible mild swelling and tiny faintly visible scabs or micro-crusts. There is no pain after the treatment.

If you have a superficial treatment, we advise avoiding sun for 4 weeks, deeper treatments do not require strict sun avoidance.

Yes, although you would not do a superficial treatment in a dark skin type

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