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WATCH: new skin spray gun

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I find this procedure to be ideal in combination with dermabrasion, deep chemical peels, and ablative laser. I believe superficial scars can really benefit from this. One of the cons I'm thinking of is where do they get the skin from to make the cells...donor site thus scar?

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its not skin that theyre getting rom other parts of the body. its stem cells from fat so no cutting just extracting with a needle

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its not skin that theyre getting rom other parts of the body. its stem cells from fat so no cutting just extracting with a needle

read this....

http://www.thestar.com/news/world/article/...on-burn-victims

"The gun sprays stem cells that have been collected from a small, thin layer of skin that has been grafted from patient’s own healthy skin.."

i thought so..thanks for the link.

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Here's a link to a flipped version of the video on youtube. The flipping of the image stops their servers detecting it as a flagged piece of content. :]

[Nevermind, no links allowed for me]

The skin gun looks great but it seems like something which would only benefit people in the healing stage. Would they have to tear/damage the skin of someone with acne scarring and respray?

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Here's a link to a flipped version of the video on youtube. The flipping of the image stops their servers detecting it as a flagged piece of content. :]

[Nevermind, no links allowed for me]

The skin gun looks great but it seems like something which would only benefit people in the healing stage. Would they have to tear/damage the skin of someone with acne scarring and respray?

Probably so as it would be ideal in combination with dermabrasion, deep chemical peels, and ablative laser.

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