Micro Fractional CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing -- the Hottest

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					   Micro Fractional CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing -- the Hottest Breakthrough in
                           Resurfacing Technology

Mixto Microresurfacing trumps other laser technology with its immediate, deep yet
lasting rejuvenation and skin resurfacing skin effects.

Singapore (PRWEB) November 2, 2007 -- The hottest new cosmetic laser of the 2007 is
also the coolest. Mixto Microresurfacing laser is the latest innovation in micro-fractional
technology. It cleverly allows the skin to be treated with the most advanced laser
technology for maximal impact and yet experience the least risk of injury, side effects
and downtime.

Unlike traditional CO2 and other laser resurfacing technology, Mixto Microresurfacing
combines a state-of-the-art fractional C02 technology and a computer scanner that
increases time between adjacent pulses. What this means is that the gold standard CO2
laser is delivered in microlaser pulses in a manner like a "laser airbrush" effect.
The Mixto Microresurfacing laser combines the well-acknowledged gold-standard
10.6µm wavelength for skin renewal procedures with a high-speed scanner -- a
revolutionary innovation in the medical laser technology. Using a proprietary algorithm,
Mixto Microresurfacing laser is able to deliver a precise matrix of Microspots in
Fractional mode. Furthermore, the CO2 laser wavelength is one of the few laser
wavelengths that is able to penetrate to the deeper portions of the skin. This means that
improvements and treatment to the deeper portions of the skin is possible unlike
traditional laser technologies with only superficial benefits. It is therefore able to
stimulate the formation of new collagen in the deeper layers resulting in deeper
rejuvenation effects and treat stubborn skin conditions (such as deep scars and
pigmentation) that were impossible with traditional non-ablative technologies. Most
excitingly, immediate tightening of treated skin can be observed immediately after one

Overall, Mixto Microresurfacing laser is an excellent treatment for deep acne scars,
wrinkles and sagging skin and stubborn pigmentation (such as melasma), allowing the
patient to see drastic and clinically visible improvements in the shortest treatment cycle.
"What patients notice and love is the immediate tightening of the skin. This is due to the
immediate contraction of collagen fibers which reduces wrinkles and loose skin. Skin
laxity is noticeably improved even after one session," says Dr. Kenneth Lee, medical
director of The Sloane Clinic, Singapore.

However, the benefits go beyond the immediate visible skin tightening. Apart from the
immediate "lifting" effect of the skin, there is a secondary "skin rebirth" effect, which is
the production of new collagen over the next 6-12 weeks.
Other benefits include improvements in skin texture and pigmentation. It can smoothen
and even out skin imperfections and reduce pore size in the long run. It can even be
effective on actinic keratoses (pre-cancerous cells that may be invisible to the naked eye),
rendering it an effective way to prevent formation of these cancerous lesions on the
predisposed individual.

Mixto Microresurfacing causes little downtime and redness because its micro-fractional
laser pulses reduces skin injury. This makes the healing process much quicker and
enables patients to get back to their normal life style sooner. Who says "no pain, no gain"
obviously has not undergone a Mixto Microresurfacing treatment.

One session of Mixto Microresurfacing will set you back *US$650 but packages are
available, and with this new and improved technology, this investment will mean less
need for other expensive treatments to maintain your skin in the future.
Mixto Microresurfacing is available at The Sloane Clinic in Singapore. Dr. Kenneth Lee
is a medical director of The Sloane Clinic and one of the pioneers in the use of
microfractional CO2 treatment in Singapore.

*Prices accurate at time of report but may be subject to changes.
For more information on this and other treatment, please visit www.sloaneclinic.com