On the Scene: Cynosure pre-launches new laser technology

26 Jan 2016

Laser and light-based aesthetic treatment and manufacturing company, Cynosure, introduced its new laser treatment SculpSure to practitioners at the Home House in London on January 7. Practitioners were invited to learn about the new body-sculpting laser technology through live demonstrations and discussions. 

Laser and light-based aesthetic treatment and manufacturing company, Cynosure, introduced its new laser treatment SculpSure to practitioners at the Home House in London on January 7.

Practitioners were invited to learn about the new body-sculpting laser technology through live demonstrations and discussions. 

Delegates who attended included Dr Tapan Patel, director of PHI Clinic, which is the first clinic to treat patients with the SculpSure laser. Also in attendance was Lisa Littlehouse, managing director of Cavendish Clinic, Dr Nicholas Lowe, consultant dermatologist and founder of Cranley Clinic, Dr Faizeen Zavahir, medical director of Juvea Clinic, Ms Lena Andersson, founder of Anelca Clinic and dermatologist Dr Beata Cybulska.

SculpSure, which has been approved by the US Food and Drug Association, aims to offer convenient, comfortable, non-invasive fat reduction for any body and skin type. 

Cynosure spokesperson, Bill Kelley, said, “SculpSure is a revolutionary, highly advanced procedure, comprising a clever combination of the science of laser technology with the art of body contouring.”

SculpSure will officially launch to consumers in March 2016.

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