NOV-DEC 2018

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1,550nm handpiece for skin resurfacing. Other products include an IPL-only system used for skin rejuvenation, facial veins and hair removal, and a fractional nonabla- tive laser system used for skin resurfacing. Ellipse's Selective Waveband Technology (SWT) utilizes dual fi ltering on all IPL hand- pieces to selectively deliver precise energy to the targeted area. "The acquisition of Ellipse allows Syneron Candela to strengthen its footprint in the multi-application space and provide our customers a comprehensive portfolio," said Geoffrey Crouse, CEO of Syneron Candela. "Ellipse platforms will provide aesthetic practices with a fully scalable multi-application, multi-technology device. We look forward to Ellipse strengthening our portfolio as we continue to deliver our brand promise of 'Science, Results, Trust' to our physicians and patients worldwide." EVENTS November 2-5 Global Aesthetics Confer- ence, Loews Miami Beach Hotel, Miami. Contact: 844.211.6833, November 9-1115 th American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine Congress, JW Marriott, Miami. Contact: 310.944.1790, November 10-11 Laser Aesthetics Course, Beckman Laser Institute, Irvine, California. Contact: 877.258.6028, November 28-December 1 Cosmetic Surgery Forum, The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas. Contact: 402.697.6564, November 29-December 1 The Aston Baker Cutting Edge Aesthetic Surgery Sym- posium, New York Hilton Midtown, New York City. Contact: 212.327.4681, December 13-15 26 th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine, Vene- tian/Palazzo Resort, Las Vegas. Contact: 888.997.0112, 2019 January 18-20 Atlanta Breast Surgery Symposium, Intercontinental Hotel, Atlanta. Contact: 435.901.2544, January 18-21 Orlando Dermatology Aesthetic & Clinical Conference, JW Marriot, Orlando, FL. Contact: January 31-February 2 Annual Meet- ing of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, Rosen Shingle Creek, Orlando, FL. Contact: 312.981.6760, January 31-February 2 ASAPS Las Vegas Facial and Rhinoplasty Symposium, The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas. Contact: 562.799.2346, January 31-February 2 IMCAS World Congress, Palais des Congres, Paris. Con- tact: February 14-18 American-Brazilian Aesthetics Meeting, Park City Marriott, Park City, UT. Contact: 435.602.1329, March 1-5 77 th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology, Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Wash- ington, DC. Contact: 888.462.3376, March 10-12 International Esthetics, Cosmetic and Spa Conference, Javits Con- vention Center, New York City. Contact: 203.736.1699, March 27-31 ASLMS 2019: 39 th Annual ASLMS Conference, Hyatt Regency Denver, Denver. Contact: 877.258.6028, April 6-9 American Association of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting, Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel, Baltimore. Contact: 978.927.8330, May 9-11 Music City Scale: Symposium for Cosmetic Advances and Laser Educa- tion, Music City Center, Nashville. Contact: 615.460.1657, May 16-21 The Aesthetic Meeting 2019, New Orleans Convention Center, New Orleans. Contact: 562.799.2346, | NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2018 61 1 - 9 1 6 - 9 3 9 - 9 8 8 8 1 - 8 0 0 - 4 7 6 - 0 2 2 6 t o l l f r e e w w w . i l l u m i n a r e c o s m e t i c s . c o m With our 3 creamy mineral foundations each with soothing zinc oxide, SPF 20, superior coverage and a natural looking ‚nish Whatever you need, we've got you covered

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