New treatment for cellulite and skin laxity launches

14 Jan 2019

Aesthetic device company Lumenis has launched the NuEra Tight, a non-surgical radiofrequency system designed to improve the appearance of cellulite and skin laxity on the body and face.

According to Lumenis, the NuEra Tight uses a technology called automatic power and impedance control (APIC), which is designed to control the temperature of the skin to ensure safety and efficacy. It works with one resistive bipolar handpiece and two monopolar handpieces with coated capacitive energy transfer (CCET) electrodes in a wide variety of capacitor head sizes.

The system emits radiofrequency waves at 470kHZ with 250W power, aiming to heat the skin’s surface superficially or reach deeper tissue levels. The company states that the treatment can be used on the abdomen, flanks, buttocks, inner and outer thighs, upper arms, bra and back fat as well as around the eyes, mouth, cheeks and neck to tighten the skin, reduce wrinkles, regenerate collagen as well as to achieve lymphatic drainage.

Medical aesthetician and ambassador for the device, Renèe Lapino commend on the new launch, “When I heard about the NuEra technology, I knew I had to have the device in my clinic. When I got my hands on the device, the ease of treatment and the instantaneous results blew me away. I believe that this machine will change the way the industry approaches both face and body radiofrequency treatments.” 


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