There’s scientific evidence that a topical facial regimen containing defensin peptides rejuvenates facial skin much like topical retinoic acid but without associated irritation and inflammation.
For treatments ranging from light rejuvenation to deep acne scars, the Discovery Pico laser from Quanta System (Samarate, Italy) offers fine tuning, flexibility and unprecedented power.
With four Q-switched wavelengths, the StarWalker by Fotona (Ljubljana, Slovenia) allows operators to safely treat a variety of pigment problems and tattoos, in addition to benign and vascular lesions and the appearance of aging skin.
A global revolution is taking hold throughout the medical aesthetic field. Increasingly, regenerative and cell-based techniques are starting to reduce or replace the need for more invasive surgery, drug or chemical-based therapies.
DermapenWorld (Sydney, Australia) is setting a new benchmark in microneedling technology with the recent release of Dermapen™ 4. Featuring an advanced 16-needle cartridge design for drag-free penetration with regulated suction release, Dermapen’s 33-gauge stainless steel gamma sterilized needles create 1,920 puncture channels per second.
The recently released Dermapen 4 from DermapenWorld is setting a new benchmark in microneedling technology. A number of enhancements enable skin rejuvenation and the infusion of active substances at faster rates, while providing safer treatments across all body areas.
Dermatologists have always known that different ethnic skin types age at different rates, but until now there hasn’t been clear evidence that these phenotypic differences have a pathophysiologic and histologic basis.
For over 20 years Lutronic (Boston, Mass.) has been a successful leader in laser and energy-based devices. While the company continues to expand worldwide, the clear objective is to leap ahead of competing companies, many of whom are located in North America.
Utilizing its novel StarWalker™ MaQX Q-switched laser system to address tattoo removal, Fotona (Dallas, Texas) has released the new FracTAT™ procedure.
While it could present long-term problems for many patients, HA fillers could be an ideal option for restoring 3-dimensional contour of the nipple-areola complex for surgical breast reconstruction patients.