% healed after 18 weeks

Case study #1 – Vitiligo

There are limited options in treating hypopigmentation and vitiligo outside of a costly certified lab process or tedious mini and punch grafting.

In this case, RES™ was used to reintroduce healthy cells of each of the various phenotypes found in normal skin (including melanocytes), resulting in the restoration of normal pigmentation to a hypopigmented lesion associated with vitiligo.

Unlike other conventional therapies, treatment with RES™ is completed in a single procedure and does not require specialized equipment or a  dedicated laboratory.

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Photos courtesy of the Netherlands Institute for Pigment Disorders, Amsterdam


% healed after 1 week

Case study #2 – Hypopigmented scar

This patient with a hypopigmented scar had undergone three fraxel laser treatments to improve the aesthetic outcome, however the hypopigmentation persisted. Treatment with CO2 laser and RES™ restored almost 100% pigmentation in a single-stage procedure.

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Photos courtesy of Associate Professor Greg Goodman, Dermatology Institute of Victoria, Australia


% healed after 3 weeks

Case study #4 – Hypertrophic  Scarring

In this case study, RES™ was used as part of the revision of a mature dyspigmented, hypertrophic flame burn scar.

The scar was successfully restored to near-normal colour through the introduction of multi-phenotype skin cells found in normal skin, allowing for the restoration of normal pigmentation.

At 12 months the skin was described as much improved and remained soft, allowing for a greater range of motion.

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Photos courtesy of Winthrop Professor F. M. Wood Burns Service of Western Australia, Royal Perth Hospital, Australia.