Magic laser for face & bodyskin rejuvenation

Fractional Technology is the latest break-through in cosmetic skin rejuvenation ProFrax Laser Treatment (PFLT) is a new approach to treating damaged skin. It smoothes fine lines and wrinkles on the face, including around the eyes. It reduces sun damage, improves texture and tone of the skin, fades brown spots, sun spots and pigmentation on the face, neck, chest, back, forearms and hands.

Patients want the low downtime and safety of non-ablative treatment with results that are closer to traditional resurfacing - Now you can bridge the gap between patient expectations and clinical results with PFLT.


  • Acne Scar
  • Wrinkles
  • Surgical Scar
  • Melasma
  • Tightening
  • Skin Resurfacing
  • Dyschromia
  • Pigmentation
  • Rejuvenation


By carefully choosing the volume of skin left untreated, practitioners tailor treatments to the indication and patient's tolerance of downtime. Only the ProFrax-C gives you the flexibility to leave 95% to 0% of tissue intact.

ProFrax-C creates Micro Thermal Dots to treat the skin the fractional way.


  • How does it work?

    ProFrax Laser Treatment (PFLT) produces tiny microscopic sites of thermal impact separated by areas of unaffected, healthy tissue. Each treated spot, called a Micro Thermal Dots (MTD), stimulates the body's own natural production of new collagen in the dermis and eliminates old epidermal pigmented cells on the skin's surface.

    The spared healthy tissue contains viable cells that promote rapid healing of the outer skin layers.

    Since only 20% of the skin is treated by the laser on each visit, there is speedy healing and minimal downtime.

    Benefits of profrax Laser Treatment (PFLT)

    • Improve texture, tone and pore size
    • Smooth wrinkles around the eyes and acne scars
    • Erase unwanted brown spots
    • Rejuvenate your neck, chest and hands
    • Clears sun-damage skin
    • Reduces the appearance of pore size
    • Blends uneven pigmentation
    • Helps minimize acne scars
    • Smoothes fine lines and wrinkles
    There is simply nothing else like it for improving the appearance of your skin, it gives a dramatic result giving you a renewed sense of confidence with a minimal downtime and direct noticeable improvement.
  • How does Fractional CO2 laser compare to traditional CO2 Laser? The Micro Fractional CO2 laser has significantly less down time than the traditional CO2 laser. The traditional CO2 laser removes the top layer (or resurfaces) 100% of the skin to being treated, which results in a longer healing time and can cause long-term redness (up to 3 months). The Micro Fractional laser means that only a fraction of the skin is treated. Since bridges of healthy skin are left in between the treated areas, the downtime is significantly less. Micro Fractional does not mean fractional results. The science behind this technology allows for significant improvements comparable to traditional CO2 laser.
  • How does Fractional CO2 technology differ from the original Fraxel® laser? Fractional CO2 laser is a single treatment that delivers more dramatic results than typical non-ablative lasers or procedures which require a series
  • Can the Micro Fractional CO2 laser be done with other procedures? Yes, Micro Fractional CO2 laser may be combined with facial procedures such as facelift, eyelift, rhinoplasty, or browlift. It can is a remarkable achievement to be able to do this procedure with a facelift. Although the erbium and traditional CO2 lasers may be combined with a facelift, only the areas around the mouth and eyes may be done at the same time. With Micro Fractional CO2 laser, the whole face may be treated at the same time.
  • Who is a candidate for Fractional CO2 laser treatment? People with wrinkles, acne scars, brown spots, sun-related discolorations and loose skin may be a candidate for MiXto SX Micro Fractional CO2 laser.
  • What kind of anesthesia is used? Usually the procedure is done under topical anesthesia ointment. It is routinely done with other procedures under sedation.
  • What is the recovery time like? Discomfort is minimal, and there may be a burning sensation that lasts for 1 to 2 days. Most patients can return to normal activities in a week, and apply makeup.
  • Is there a difference between Micro Fractional lasers? There is a difference between lasers. There is also a significant difference in the experience each doctor has who is using a laser with this technology as well as resurfacing technology in general.It is important to go to a physician who has experience with the Micro Fractional CO2 laser technology and can advise you appropriately.
  • Can other parts of the body be treated? Yes.The Micro Fractional CO2 laser may also be used to resurface the chest or hands. In fact to help match the face with the hands, Micro Fractional CO2 laser can be used to improve the signs of aged hands.
  • Is Fractional CO2 laser safe? Fractional CO2 laser resurfacing treatments are safe and effective without needing surgery or injections. You can expect your skin to be flushed and red after treatments but this is short lived. As long as you carefully follow your post treatment instructions, you will have a smooth recovery.
  • How long with the treatment take and will it hurt? The Fractional CO2 laser resurfacing takes about 30-40 minutes, there is a topical anesthetic applied to the skin for approximately 45 minutes prior to the treatment, which results in an almost pain less with a possibility of mild stinging treatment.
  • How many Fractional CO2 laser treatments do I need? The number of treatments necessary will depend on the skin condition being treated. Most desired results maybe obtained with a single treatment but may need three to five additional treatments two weeks apart.
  • What should I expect after the treatment? Immediately following the treatment the skin may be mildly red and swollen. These effects are normal and indicate a successful treatment. Most redness and swelling disappear in 2-3 days. You are able to apply makeup and resume normal schedule and activities within 4 days.