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In the Media

The Winners Of American Spa's 2019 | Professional's Choice Awards

January 23, 2020

American Spa decided to announce the 2019 winners its Professional Choice Awards.

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OnDemand Webinars

Nordlys™: A Foundational Platform for Your Practice

June 20, 2019

Don’t miss this informative webinar with E. Victor Ross, MD about his experience with the Nordlys system.

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Clinical Papers

Clinical evaluation and in vivo analysis of the performance of a fractional infrared 1550 nm laser system for skin rejuvenation

August 1, 2018
This study involved women between the ages of 44 and 71 years, with visible wrinkles and/or dyspigmentation, who had two full-face treatments performed at a four-week interval. All of the subjects demonstrated improvement in monitored parameters.
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Clinical Papers

Long Pulsed Nd:YAG Laser: Does it Give Clinical Benefit on the Treatment of Resistant Telangiectasias?

October 1, 2012
A small group of men and women with telangiectasia on the nose were treated with long-pulsed ND:YAG 1064 and surface air cooling. An evaluation by an independent dermatologist revealed a reduction in visible vessels for all subjects and other overall improvements.
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Clinical Papers

Progressive Disseminated Essential Telangiectasia and Erythrosis Interfollicularis Colli as Examples for Successful Treatment with a High Intensity Flashlamp

August 13, 2008
This study involved IPL treatments on patients with progressive disseminated essential telangiectasias and erythrosis interfollicularis colli. Both groups showed positive results after photographic evaluation by physicians.
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Clinical Papers

Treatment of Facial Acne Papules and Pustules in Korean Patients Using an Intense Pulsed Light Device Equipped with a 530 to 750 nm Filter

June 1, 2007
Mild to moderate acne in Korean women was treated with a PR applicator. One side of the face was treated and the other was not. Many aspects of treatment showed significant improvement with limited side effects.
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Clinical Papers

Photorejuvenation by Intense Pulsed Light with Objective Measurement of Skin Color in Japanese Patients

November 1, 2006
Several Japanese women with mild to severe photodamage were treated with IPL. Blinded photographic evaluation revealed the majority showed improvement of skin texture and pigmentation, and patients reported high satisfaction.
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Clinical Papers

Skin Rejuvenation Using Intense Pulsed Light A Randomized Controlled Split Face Trial with Blinded Response Evaluation

August 1, 2006
A split-face trial involved three IPL treatments of rhytids on one side of the face and no treatments on the other. Several parameters saw significant improvement with limited side effects.
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Clinical Papers

Photoepilation Results of Axillary Hair in Dark Skinned Patients by Intense Pulsed Light: Comparison between Different Wavelengths and Pulse Width

February 1, 2006
Two groups of Korean women were treated with either an IPL 600-950 nm (HR applicator) or IPL 645-950 nm (HR-D applicator) and hair counts were measured. Both groups saw significant hair count reduction, but average clearances were much higher with the HR-D.
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Clinical Papers

Facial Photo Rejuvenation Using Two Different Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Wavelength Bands

December 31, 2004
This study examined the effects of using two different wavelength bands to treat photodamaged skin. The PR applicator and VL applicator saw positive results with a variety of treatments, while not causing skin atrophy, scarring or pigment disturbances.
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