Medesthetics

MAR 2014

MedEsthetics—business education for medical practitioners—provides the latest noninvasive cosmetic procedures, treatment trends, product and equipment reviews, legal issues and medical aesthetics industry news.

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HAIR CARE Glytone, makers of the Glytone line of skincare products and chemical peels, will be introducing two new haircare lines formulated for thinning hair and itchy scalps. The four-product Ducray by Glytone Hair Loss Range features extract of ruscus to support the production of vascular endothelial growth factor, tocopheryl nicotinate to improve the delivery of nutrients to the hair bulb, plus vitamins B5 and B6 to nourish the hair bulb. The Ducray by Glytone Scaly Scalp Range includes three products—Elution Shampoo, Kertyol P.S.O. Shampoo and Kelual DS Shampoo. The calming, dermo-cosmetic shampoos are formulated with coal tar, zinc gluconate, glycine and vitamin B5, to calm and repair delicate scalps. Contact: 800.459.8663, glytone-usa.com Booth No. 2107 SKIN IMAGING AND ANALYSIS Canfi eld Imaging is launching two new tools to improve consultations and patient satisfaction. The Canfi eld VISIA Complexion Analysis System's Skin Age Tool allows practices to compare a patient's skin analysis with a database of peers to calculate the patient's relative skin age. It analyzes fi ve different skin features, including wrinkles, surface spots and UV damage to guide product and treatment recommendations. ViewMyConsult allows patients to access and view their clinical photographs, aesthetic procedure simulations and treatment recommendations through a secure, password-protected patient portal. The portal also includes educational material and can be used by patients to communicate with doctors and schedule appointments. Contact: 800.815.4330, canfi eldsci.com Booth No. 3511 FotoFinder Systems will be offering demonstrations of its Adonia Skin Analysis System that offers 18 megapixel, high-resolution imagery for full-face photography. The system utilizes cross and parallel polarized lighting to evenly illuminate the full face and chin for analysis of pores, redness, wrinkles, skin tone and UV damage. The Windows 8-compatible system is designed for use with the company's advanced software for before-and-after documentation. Contact: 888.501.0805, fotofi nder-systems.com Booth No. 639 Bellaire Industries is introducing the A-ONE TAB, a portable, touch screen skin and scalp diagnostic system that allows users to gather detailed information on skin type, pore size, wrinkle severity and pigmentation. The device captures images by camera and moisture/ elasticity sensors, which are immediately transferred to the practice's computer software to help create customized product recommendations. Contact: 631.924.2751, bellaireindustry.com Booth No. 4319 SURGICAL SUPPLIES Viscot Medical will feature its new VisFlow Pressurized Surgical Skin Marker for large surgeries, including liposuction, abdominoplasty and breast and reconstructive surgeries. The markers have a pressurized plunger for improved ink fl ow, allowing surgeons to continue marking, even on wet surfaces. Also available will be the company's new line of colored surgical markers. Contact: 800.221.0658, viscot.com. Booth No. 3147 RETAIL/PACKAGING Stop by Action Bag's booth to fi nd a bevy of retail bag options. The company will be introducing its new Vinyl Cosmetic Bags with white or black trim. The clear bags allows you to see retail products and can be custom- stamped with the practice's logo for additional brand building. Contact: 888.715.3458, actionbag.com Booth No. 4316 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> © THINKSTOCK © THINKSTOCK 42 MARCH 2014 | Med Esthetics Y o u A r e H e r e M E D 3 1 4 . i n d d 4 2 You Are Here MED314.indd 42 2 / 1 1 / 1 4 3 : 5 4 P M 2/11/14 3:54 PM

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