Co2 Fractional Laser Resurfacing | Marsh Medical Skin Clinic, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire

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Fast-healing, non-surgical skin rejuvenation treatments

Co2 Fractional Laser Resurfacing at Marsh Medical Skin Clinic

The Co2 Fractional Laser one of the latest advances in non-surgical skin rejuvenation treatments.  At Marsh Medical Skin Clinic we use the 3D Vjuve (Visual Rejuvenation Fractional Laser). The new “fractional” technology treats only a portion of the skin, leaving healthy intact skin surrounding the treatment area. This allows for fast healing and very safe treatments for all skin types and relatively painless. This Laser treats Acne Scarring, most scars and Stretch Marks.

Best Results

1-6 Treatments

Treatment Time

Depends on area

Recovery Time

1-5 days


Not required


Extreme risk of laser burn


From £250


How does it work?

The Fractional CO2 Laser makes small microscopic holes in the deeper layers of the skin. This process leads to the generation of new, healthy collagen to smooth out the acne scars.

Improvement in acne scars can be seen in as early as one week following the Fractional CO2 laser treatment. The number of treatments required really depends on the severity of your scarring. Improvements in acne scarring will continue for up to 6 months following your course of treatment.

What areas can be treated?

In the majority of case the face tends to be the most common area that is treated

as it is the most visible – however we can treat most areas and we can discuss this during the consultation.

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What results can I expect?

Results vary depending upon the individual and the area treated. We will discuss this at the initial consultation with you.

Am I eligible for this treatment?

Laser treatment is not suitable for everyone. Some of the common contraindications where we would not conduct the treatment are listed below. However, we will go through this in your initial consultation.

  • Cellulitis (MRSA)
  • Psoriasis
  • Lichen Planus
  • Lichen Nitidus
  • Renal Failure (Acute or Chronic)
  • Malignancy
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Vitiligo
  • Immunosuppression
  • Keloids
  • Certain Medications (i.e.Accutane (if used within the last year))
  • Collagen Vascular Diseases
  • Pregnant or Lactating*