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Cosmetic Devices for Body Care – Part Two

SpecialChem / Nancy Jeffries – Dec 12, 2012

Electronic devices and non-invasive treatments are becoming increasingly popular in the body care market. Body contouring and skin tightening enhanced by ultrasound application, pulsed light, non-ablative lasers, and other technology-driven appliances and apparatus, for both at-home and in-office use have entered a newer comfort zone for individuals seeking slimmer-looking, more youthful contours. Largely due to refined technology that has taken a range of tools into the cosmetic arena, supportive clinical studies, and efficacy claims, there is a newer generation of electronic devices and a growing audience seeking to reap the results. Cellulite, stretch marks, smoothing and contouring, hair removal, and the elimination of bulges in the abdomen and inner thighs are firmly entrenched in the world of cosmetic dermatologic practice, and now, increasingly present in a range of at-home products. A number of devices now found in at-home products have adapted technologies found in professional techniques, drawing on sophisticated dermatological procedures.

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