Syneron/Candela Launching ePrime

Syneron and Candela's ePrime system has FDA clearance and is now available for reduction in wrinkles and to increase in foundational skin volume. The system uses precisely controlled radiofrequency delivery for energy-based dermal remodeling. The technology employs microneedling for delivery of energy directly into the dermis and, the company says, it boosts the skin's natural production of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid.

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Tissue Heating Without Consumables

Sciton recently introduced the SkinTyte II for rapid and effective non-invasive tissue heating. The SkinTyte II speeds up and optimized the SkinTyte procedure by using visible and infrared light energy tailored for skin types I-VI. It can be used on many parts of the body, such as cheeks, chin, neck, jaw lines, abdomen, and arms. SkinTyte II is available on the JOULE and BBLs expandable platforms.

New Skincare Regimen Available For Sun Damage

A new skincare regimen to treat sun damage is now available from NIA 24. The new Intensive Healthy Skin Regimen Kid provides a continuous release of the Pro-Niacin delivery system, which, according to the company, restored the skin and signs of damange. The kit includes a Gentle Cleaning Cream, a non-foaming cleanser that preps skin; a Rapid Exfoliating Serum, which reduces rough, dry patches and improves sun damage, texture, and tone; and the Intensive Recovery Complex, which delivers moisturization while activing the skin's own regenerative abilities.

Peeling Away pH

Glytone recently introduced the newest product to its line, Glytone by Enerpeel MA Peel System (Mandelic Acid 40%). It is composed of 15 peel systems and is designed for skin prone to intermittent to permanent redness. The single dose exfoliation peels use a patented carrier technology for optimal results with better tolerance, according to the company. In addition, Glytone by Enerpeel peels with a low pH, strong acidity, and even acid absorption to deliver chemo exfoliation with less surface trauma to minimize signs of intermittent or permanent redness.