Alma Lasers Unveils Minimally Invasive Solution for Stretch Marks, Scars, and Skin Whitening

Alma Lasers Unveils Minimally Invasive Solution for Stretch Marks, Scars, and Skin Whitening

Alma Lasers Unveils Minimally Invasive Solution for Stretch Marks, Scars, and Skin Whitening, “TED with Impact Technology”

Alma Lasers Unveils Minimally Invasive Solution for Stretch Marks, Scars, and Skin Whitening, “TED with Impact Technology”  The first minimally invasive solution for treating stretch marks, deep acne scars, skin whitening, melasma and skin rejuvenation has been unveiled by Alma Lasers Ltd., (http://es.almalasers.com), a leading developer and manufacturer of innovative aesthetic technologies for dermatologists, plastic surgeons and beauty spas.

TED with Impact technology is a trans-epidermal delivery solution that breaks through the skin barrier and overcomes the build up of intercellular fluid to deliver specially formulated active agents directly to sub-epidermal layers of the skin.Dr. Michael Gold, an internationally recognized expert on new technologies in medical aesthetics, states that Alma Lasers new Impact technology successfully overcomes the problem that until now has limited the success of trans-epidermal delivery.

“Trans epidermal delivery is among the most important innovations in medical aesthetics in recent years, as the delivery of active agents directly to the sub-epidermal tissue offers significant advantages in treating difficult skin conditions.
Trans epidermal delivery starts with perforating the epidermis to create microchannels, and then spreading topical active agents over the area. The same perforation of the skin releases intercellular fluid which rises up within the microchannels, preventing passage of the active agents. Impact technology solves this problem by applying reverse pressure within the microchannels, overcoming the blockage of intercellular fluid and forcing the active agents to the sub-epidermal layers,” said Dr. Gold.

Dr. Gold will join Alma Lasers CEO Dr. Ziv Karni to speak on the potential of TED with Impact technology for advancing medical and aesthetic skin treatments at the 5CC Conference for Laser and Aesthetic Medicine in Cannes, France, September 1-3, and during the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology Congress in Lisbon, Portugal, October 20-24.

TED employs ProfoundPixel active agents, which are specially formulated according to the skin condition being treated with the correct viscosity and concentration of relevant active agents.Multi-site clinical studies conducted across the globe have proven the clinical benefits of the TED concept using Impact technology and ProfoundPixel, while histological research has confirmed the effectiveness of Impact in pushing active agents to sub-epidermal layers of the skin.

TED with Impact technology is safe for all skin types anytime throughout the year. Treatment has virtually no pain or downtime, and can be performed with all Alma Lasers fractional technologies including Erbium, Plasma and CO2.About Alma Lasers, Ltd.Alma Lasers is a global developer and manufacturer of laser, light-based, radiofrequency and ultrasound devices for aesthetic and medical applications.

Alma Lasers has been at the forefront of delivering innovative systems designed to meet the needs of practitioners. Alma’s modular, cost-effective and high-performance systems enable practitioners to confidently offer safe, effective and profitable aesthetic treatments to their patients. Medical practitioners use Alma Lasers products for noninvasive and minimally-invasive aesthetic procedures such as hair removal, acne treatment, skin rejuvenation, fractional ablative skin resurfacing, pigmented lesions, vascular lesions and leg vein treatments.

TED, Impact, and ProfoundPixel are trademarks or registered trademarks of Alma Lasers Ltd. in the United States and/or other countries.

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