Fractional laser treatment is a procedure used as a non-surgical treatment by the use of a device to provide gentle light that is divided into many microscopic zones to target a fraction of the skin at a time. There are two types of fractional laser treatments which are ablative and non-ablative. In ablative method the top layer of the skin is removed and in the non-ablative method the underlying collagen is enhanced by applying heat to stimulate the cells. The various devices used for fractional laser include Fraxel and pixel and many other new devices with modern technologies and few side effects. The method of treating a particular area of the skin that is damaged is also known as ‘selective photothermolysis' which means disintegration by heat and light. Fraction laser or fractional photothermolysis treats only certain zones with small dot sized areas of treatment. This treatment enables the skin to heal quicker and it has less side effects. Each session of the fractional laser treatment will take around 20-25 minutes and may require multiple sessions to attain optimal results. The number of sessions required is based on the treatment area and the patients overall health and recovery pattern. The cosmetologist will examine the skin carefully and understand the needs of the patient before recommending the fractional laser treatment. The skin specialists worldwide suggest the fractional laser treatment as cosmetic treatments for enhancing the looks and appearance of the person.