Laser manufacturer Lynton Lasers has introduced a new handpiece to the Onda body sculpting device for treating the submental area, in partnership with DEKA.
According to the company, Coolwaves technology utilises a controlled wavelength on the microwave spectrum of 2.45GHz to target unwanted deposits of subcutaneous fat and skin laxity. The Smart Handpiece allows practitioners to guide the electromagnetic field to the lipocytes in order to destroy fat cells in the submental region, whilst also stimulating cellular metabolic processes and collagen production to tighten the skin.
The company states that this smooths, sculpts and tightens the facial and neck tissue.
Mario Jukic, product manager at Lynton, said, “ONDA has had a phenomenally successful year in the UK, targeting cellulite, fat reduction and skin laxity better than we ever expected. With the redesigned Smart Handpieces, we can’t wait to see what it can do under the chin too.”