CO2 Hand Rejuvenation

CO2 Hand Rejuvenation

Fractional CO2 laser therapy is a highly effective treatment for rejuvenating the skin on the hands. Using a targeted beam of light, the laser penetrates the deeper layers of skin, stimulating the formation of new collagen and restoring hydration and elasticity. The laser energy is precisely controlled to ensure superior results through a process known as fully ablative fractional resurfacing or fractionated carbon dioxide (CO2) laser treatment. This treatment can dramatically improve the texture and overall appearance of the skin.

Fractional CO2 lasers are recommended for hand rejuvenation because they tighten the skin and stimulate collagen production, resulting in a more youthful appearance

The following common problems can be addressed with fractional CO2 laser hand rejuvenation treatments:

● Age spots
● Dark spots
● Spider veins
● Sun freckles
● Wrinkled hands
● Fine lines
● Scarring
● Thinned collagen layer
● Skin laxity


Fractional CO2 hand rejuvenation is a non-invasive procedure that uses a laser device to improve the appearance of aging hands. It can reduce wrinkles, age spots, and sun damage and may also help improve the elasticity and texture of the skin.

Fractional CO2 hand rejuvenation uses tiny laser beams to create fractional thermal energy, which is delivered to the skin to improve its appearance and stimulate collagen production. The laser energy is delivered controlled, which helps minimize the risk of damage to the surrounding skin.

The benefits of fractional CO2 hand rejuvenation include smoother, younger-looking skin, improved elasticity, reduced wrinkles, and age spots, improved texture and tone, and improved overall skin appearance.

The results of fractional CO2 hand rejuvenation can typically last for several months, although the exact length of time depends on the individual patient and the extent of their treatment. Generally, the effects of the treatment can be seen immediately, but the results will continue to improve over time as the skin continues to produce new collagen.

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