Aesthetica unveils new skincare system
Dubai, March 2, 2009
Dubai-based Aesthetica Clinic has introduced the new Pixel CO2 Fractional Resurfacing System which promises to make people look rejuvenated, fresh, and youthful.
The new treatment erases and smoothes away almost all imperfections in the skin, according to a company statement.
Pixel CO2 Fractional Laser is an innovative, dramatic skin revitalisation solution. The system falls under the umbrella of the US based company Alma Lasers, which specialises in laser, light and radio frequency–based aesthetic devices.
Pixel CO2 is used to treat multiple indications such as: photo-damaged skin, fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, skin laxity, and uneven skin tone. It normally takes two to three days to return to fully normal activities.
Pixel CO2 significantly improves the skin’s tone and texture, and in fact is referred to by doctors as the 'patient focused' or 'patient friendly' procedure because of the minimal downtime, low risk and the highly satisfactory results, said the statement.
The Pixel CO2 Fractional Laser is considered to be an upgrade from the regular CO2 skin resurfacing lasers. By combining Alma’s ultimate pixel fractional technology with the standard CO2 laser, a supremely effective treatment can be administered.
Along with having greatly reduced downtime, redness and skin irritation is also greatly decreased with this technique.
'The Pixel CO2 Fractional Laser is truly a wonderful step forward in terms of aesthetic technology and patient comfort,' said Dr Maria Angelo Khattar, managing director of Aesthetica Clinic.
'Being able to provide such significant and visible results with minimal discomfort to the patient is spectacular.'
'Patients are very pleased with the outcome of this treatment and we are glad to be able to offer such advanced, viable and minimally invasive procedures.'
Like all other treatments offered by Aesthetica Clinic, Pixel CO2 Fractional Laser is FDA approved for skin rejuvenation, she added.-TradeArabia News Service
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