Syneron is one of the leading aesthetic laser manufacturers worldwide and their VelaSmooth system was the first non-invasive FDA approved medical device for the treatment of cellulite reduction. This highly popular and effective cosmetic laser was eventually followed by Syneron’s VelaShape I laser system.
Top 5 Things to Consider When Selecting and Purchasing the Right Aftermarket Aesthetic Laser for your MedSpa or Medical Practice
Investing in a non-invasive or minimally invasive aesthetic device can be a daunting task. Not to mention the cost of new equipment is exorbitant. Following some basic steps can help alleviate some of the stress and questions you may have when looking to expand the services you provide to your clients and patients.
The VelaShape Generation 1 was designed by Syneron as a non-invasive alternative treatment to reduce the appearance of cellulite and for temporary reduction of thigh circumference. The Generation 1 system became one of Syneron’s best-selling cellulite treatment devices because it is very user-friendly, safe and effective.
Sublative fractional skin resurfacing treatments are safe for all skin types. Patients will experience minimal downtime and excellent results. With the Sublative RF applicator, you can provide your patients with safe and effective wrinkle reduction treatments.
The eLaser, like other Syneron products, was designed with ease of use and safety in mind. The eLaser is one of the fastest diode laser platforms on the market today. Elōs™ technology that combines Bi-Polar Radio Frequency (RF) and high-power Diode Laser energies
Anti-aging cosmetic and aesthetic treatments are much in demand. Non-invasive laser treatments have become an extremely popular alternative to cosmetic surgery which is more painful, more expensive and results in more downtime for patients.
The StarLux 300 is the predecessor to the 500 and both are out of production but there are still plenty of these high performing workhorses available for resale. When it comes to revenue generation, the StarLux system can’t be beat. Following is a direct comparison of the Palomar StarLux 300 vs. StarLux 500.
Following is a point by point comparison of the Palomar LuxG vs. the MaxG. Of course the MaxG is Palomar’s updated version of the LuxG, so it definitely delivers when it comes to the newest advances in intense pulsed light (IPL) technology.