MAR 2014

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40 MARCH 2014 | Med Esthetics AESTHETIC DEVICES SKIN CARE Alma Lasers VShape will take center stage at the AAD conference. The RF-based body contouring platform offers a variety of applicators to treat all areas of the body with a sophisticated temperature control mechanism to ensure consistent heat distribution. Patients can alternate monthly treatments between the face and body for improved skin tone and contour. Contact: 866.414.2562, Booth No. 1911 Ellman International will feature its full line of aesthetic lasers and energy-based devices, including the RF-based Pellevé for skin tightening, the Sandstone Cortex CO 2 and Er:YAG laser; Tri-Lase Q-switched and Er:YAG laser for tattoo removal and pigmented lesions; and the Apex IPL and Er:YAG laser for hair removal, acne, vascular and pigmented lesions. Contact: 800.835.5355, Booth No. 1926 Developed as an alternative to microdermabrasion and light chemical peels, the Er:YAG NanoLaserPeel from Sciton will make its debut at AAD. The new handpiece, for use with the company's JOULE platform, allows users to quickly and precisely remove the topmost layers of skin to smooth texture, improve discoloration and restore luminosity to skin. The entire face can be treated in fi ve minutes. Contact: 888.646.6999, Booth No. 3122 Eclipse Aesthetics, makers of the Eclipse PRP System and Eclipse Micropen with Turbo Safety Needle, will introduce ScarMD Scar Spray . The fast-drying spray uses medical grade silicone to create a gas-permeable, water-proof barrier to normalize collagen synthesis and prevent abnormal scarring. Contact: 800.759.6876, Booth No. 1741, 2654 Eau Thermale Avène continues its tradition of providing gentle, limited ingredient products for stressed skin with two new lines. XeraCalm A.D. is formulated for patients with very dry to severely dry skin, including those with eczema and atopic dermatitis. The line includes: A.D. Replenishing Cleansing Oil, A.D. Lipid-Replenishing Cream, and Lipid-Replenishing Balm. Also taking a prominent place at the Avène booth will be lightweight Cicalfate Post-Procedure Skin Recovery Emulsion , formulated to soothe infl amed skin and improve healing with a combination of 73% Avène Thermal Spring Water, skin-calming sucrafate, and anti-fungal and anti- bacterial copper sulfate and zinc sulfate. Contact: 866.412.8363, Booth No. 2107 Neostrata will feature its Skin Active Line Lift. The two-step, topical treatment is formulated to visibly lift deep lines and wrinkles in four week. Ingredients include Aminofi l, a tyrosine amino acid derivative (N-Acetyl Tyrosinamide) that delivers a volumizing effect in the deep skin matrix. The product also contains NeoCitriate and NeoGlucosamine to build glycosaminoglycans, including hyaluronic acid and collagen. Contact: 800.225.9411, Booth No. 2911 P hytoceuticals will highlight two of its newest natural cosmeceutical products, developed by founder, Mostafa Omar, PhD, a leader in natural product chemistry, herbal extracts and herbal health care. Selenium in C is formulated with selenium and l-ascorbic acid to help mitigate UV- induced skin damage. Phyto-C Signature, a potent antiaging topical, combines hexapeptides, glycoproteins and hydrolysate to stimulate collagen production and reduce the signs of aging. Contact: 201.791.2255, Booth No. 3145 ZO Skin Health's full line of retail and professional skincare products will be on display, including the company's Offects, Olluminate and Ossential antiaging lines, formulated to stimulate cellular function and collagen production. Attendees will also have the opportunity to view presentations from medical director, Zein Obagi, MD, on the science of skin health. Contact: 888.893.1375, Booth No. 3749 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Y o u A r e H e r e M E D 3 1 4 . i n d d 4 0 You Are Here MED314.indd 40 2 / 1 1 / 1 4 3 : 5 4 P M 2/11/14 3:54 PM

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