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Cosmetic Devices: Facial Care - Part One

SpecialChem / Nancy Jeffries – Oct 17, 2012

While consumers continue to investigate the latest treatments for anti-aging skin care, both topical and surgical, the market is seeing a fresh wave of technology-driven cosmetic devices and appliances impacting the growing non-invasive arena. Key drivers in this market are devices based on a variety of technologies, including radio frequency (RF), as well as intense pulsed light (IPL). Many of the most sophisticated devices are utilized in aesthetic procedures, under a physician's care and direction, while a growing number of at-home devices are also entering the anti-aging skin care category. Lasers, energy, heat, light, diagnostic imaging, these are among the watchwords in the newest approaches to younger looking, rejuvenated skin; and with technology continually evolving, yielding scientific advances and refinement, the future for device usage may find a growing consumer base, particularly if procedures are both efficacious and cost-effective. Clearly, value is a strong proposition for individuals seeking to diminish fine lines and wrinkles, reduce under eye circles and puffiness, tighten chin and neck lines, and minimize the nasolabial folds and brow lines that increasingly appear with age.

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