Aesthetic equipment provider Cambridge Stratum will showcase its new addition to the DermaDeep light therapy range, the DermaDeep IR, at this year’s Aesthetic Conference & Exhibition (ACE) 2017.
The device uses LED light therapy and incorporates infra-red (830 nm), which aims to treat injuries and encourage cell repair for indications such as acne, wrinkles and skin rejuvenation. According to the company, the new DermaDeep IR includes MitoPulse technology, which provides a high speed pulse that aims to enable faster absorption and deeper penetration of the wavelengths to the body tissue.
John Culbert, CEO of Cambridge Stratum said, "The DermaDeep range uses the latest LED cluster/light pipe technology to produce a higher output, in order to avoid over treating the epidermis, MitoPulse chops the output into 200 pulses a second. This enables us to increase the peak fluence by 100% without over treating the epidermis. However, since the absorption is exponential, twice the fluence and does not equal double the depth, it does produce an increase in the therapeutic depth of penetration, especially at the red and infrared wavelengths."
Culbert said he is excited to exhibit the full DermaDeep range at ACE 2017 on March 31 and April 1, "At our stand at ACE we can discuss the technologies and showcase how it can be used as a stand-alone treatment or in combination with a range of other therapies."
Delegates will be able to find out more about the Cambridge Stratum’s portfolio of aesthetic technologies at ACE 2017 at stand 11. To find out more and register visit www.aestheticsconference.com