Demand for non-surgical solutions that help to eliminate fine lines and wrinkles continues to be strong in the United States, as more men and women turn to surgery alternatives to maintain their youthful appearance.
Lumenis, a company that develops and sells laser, light-based and radio-frequency devices for aesthetic purposes, recently announced the launch of the AcuPulse Fractional C02 Laser System, giving patients more options in fractional skin resurfacing.
The AcuPulse system is designed to be more efficient and affordable than traditional pulsed lasers, and has been deemed superior to many non-surgical anti aging solutions. According to Mr. Robert Mann, General Manager of Lumenis Global Aesthetics and Dermatology, the AcuPulse system offers “unmatched fractional scanning excellence of the Lumenis portfolio to give physicians an excellent solution for their practice.”
AcuPulse will be available in select cosmetic surgery practices and medical spas in the oncoming months, and will have a worldwide presence in the oncoming years. The AcuPulse system is equipped with a SuperPulse technology that promises precision scanning and the lowest level of thermal damage to prevent scarring, bruising and discomfort.
Ablative fractional laser skin treatments are an emerging technology for eliminating fine lines and wrinkles, reducing the appearance of large pores, and rejuvenating the face and neck areas. AcuPulse and other fractional resurfacing technologies can provide significant results for people who don’t want to undergo facelift surgery, and even though patients must undergo several days of downtime, the skin tissues look and feel healthier than before the treatment.
The AcuPulse system is the only laser on the market made with the SuperPulse and Continous Wave (CW) technology, and is designed with the legendary scanning heritage of the Lumenis C02 product line. It has proven to be one of the most effective laser treatments for correcting wrinkles and lines, and may be used safely as a spot treatment on the face and neck area.