In case you missed it, this week we talked about the functional use of body toning technology, the rise of the 1927 nm wavelength and more.
This week in aesthetics, Cutera announces the launch of Fraxis PRO, Dr. Jason Pozner discusses Sciton’s Moxi to illustrate the rise of the 1927 nm wavelength, and Candela partners with Jabil to drive technology growth. Revance reports positive results in two Phase 2a DAXI studies, Dr. Suneel Chilukuri discusses the functional use of body toning technology, and Dr. L. Mike Nayak highlights FaceTite for aging face and neck patients.
Cutera Combines CO2 and RF Microneedling in Fraxis PRO
Cutera is launching Fraxis PRO, a single device offering both fractional CO2 and RF microneedling technologies
Rise of the 1927 nm wavelength
According to Dr. Jason Pozner, Sciton’s Moxi fills an important niche as an affordable photodamage treatment with minimal downtime.
Candela, Jabil Partnership Drives Technology Growth
Candela today announces its collaboration with Jabil Healthcare to bring 11 new products to market in 18 months.
Revance Reports Positive Results in Two Phase 2a Studies of DAXI
Revance reports positive results in two Phase 2a studies of DAXI for the treatment of forehead lines and crow’s feet.
Functional Use for Body Toning Technology
Dr. Suneel Chilukuri shares a functional approach with muscle toning technologies to rehabilitate weak or injured muscles
Dr. L. Mike Nayak says FaceTite helps to fill a previously unmet need among aging face and neck patients.