The Busy Girl's Guide to Aesthetics
2019- Latest Medical Devices
Aesthetics devices that changed the world in 2019
2019 was an exciting year for Medical Aesthetics, a year of cosmetic self-reflection focused on selfies and social media, driven by controversies around buttock augmentation and the breast implant recall
At The Busy Girl's Guide to Aesthetics, I keep my ear to the ground and provide updates on the most important aesthetics industry developments across innovations, clinical trials, funding achievements, mergers and acquisitions, and regulatory approvals with our global community of professionals
A groundbreaking new approach to sculpting the abdomen with Emsculpt –the first and only non-invasive body shaping procedure that simultaneously addresses both muscle and fat was introduced in December .
Bringing an entirely new technology to the category, Emsculpt utilizes HIFEM® energy to induce powerful muscle contractions which builds muscles and burns fat
InMode rolled out ‘AccuTite’,
Back in April InMode rolled out ‘AccuTite’, the smallest Radiofrequency Assisted Lipolysis (RFAL) device for precision fat reduction or skin contraction in the face and body. With its sub-millimetre cannula, AccuTite enables focal RF contraction without excisional surgery.
There is little to no visible scarring and minimum downtime with AccuTite. The procedure takes less than 15 minutes under local anaesthesia. Results can be seen immediately with continuing improvements for several weeks following treatment.
Hair-Raisingly Good - Theradome
A novel cordless helmet for hair restoration was represented by Theradome.
The company explains that the device contains 40 nanometre proprietary lasers which aim to flood coherent light across the scalp to ensure that affected areas are treated simultaneously.
According to Theradome, the laser light penetrates the scalp at 3-5mm to stimulate the base of the hair follicles and promote hair regrowth.