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Thermage, Isolaz and Fraxel Featured on “The Today Show”

Posted by Cosmetic Surgery Review on July 9, 2010

NBC’s “The Today Show” recently featured several products from Solta Medical, showcasing the benefits of some of the latest skin tightening and skin rejuvenation treatments on the market. The show featured the Thermage skin tightening procedure, the Isolaz acne treatment, and the Fraxel fractional C02 laser resurfacing device, highlighting the key benefits of each device, and what patients can expect from each treatment.

Thermage continues to be one of the most effective treatments for tightening loose or sagging skin, and has recently unveiled the Thermage CPT, an innovative device that vibrates and heats up the skin for a quick, efficient and effective treatment. The Comfort Pulse Technology delivers a painless procedure, and most patients experience only a slight level of discomfort.

Isolaz acne treatments are designed to clear the pores that are congested with acne-causing bacteria, and deliver laser beams into the skin to kill any remaining bacteria. The Isolaz procedure has been approved by the FDA for the treatment of comedonal and postular acne, and is currently available at dozens of medical spas and cosmetic dermatology offices around the United States and costs an average of $250 per treatment. Some medical spas offer packages for a series of treatments, with a minimum of six treatments required.

Fraxel skin resurfacing procedures were also featured on the show, and the presenters explained why this innovative skin resurfacing device has set the gold standard for skin laser treatments in recent years. The laser promises little down time and delivers dramatic results after just a few treatments. Fraxel has been proven effective for reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improving the texture of the skin, reducing pigmentation and also creating a smoother, more youthful appearance.

More information about Thermage can be found here, and information about Fraxel can be found here.


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