Dr. Fredric Brandt’s newest skin-care collection, Laser FX, attempts to bottle his most popular in-office Fraxel laser treatments. With more than 150 patients per day in his New York City and Miami offices, the dermatologist has insight into his customers’ skin-care needs.
“We wanted to develop an at-home product for both people who have done procedures but want long-lasting results and for people who don’t want to get laser treatments,” said Brandt. The three serums in the line, Laser FX Lift, Perfect and Bright, $78 each for 1 oz., will be launched on Monday and will feature a delivery system that is said to mimic the targeted repairing action of Fraxel lasers.
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