Venn Healthcare launches Lutronic’s Lasemd

30 Mar 2016

Aesthetic device distributor Venn Healthcare is launching a cosmeceutical delivery system by laser manufacturer, Lutronic, at the Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition (ACE) 2016 on April 15 and 16.

The Lasemd (Laser-Assisted Single Effective Molecule Delivery) is designed to create micro-channels that allow for more effective delivery of custom formulated cosmeceuticals.

The device features a 1927nm wavelength, fiber-based laser delivery system and two delivery modes. According to Venn Healthcare, the device can be used on all skin types with customised treatments possible.

The cosmeceutical range, Lasemd Ampoules, which is designed to be used in conjunction with the device, consists of five different products: VC Ampoule (ascorbic acid), VA Ampoule (retinol), TA Ampoule (tranexamic acid), CK Ampoule (human cord blood cell conditioned media+KGF) and RS Smpoule (resveratrol).

Practitioners can learn more about the products by going to the Venn Healthcare exhibition stand (number 35) at ACE 2016, where they can also learn more about products by Storz and Classys.

To access the Exhibition, practitioners can register free, which will also allow access to all free CPD clinical and business agendas over the two days. ACE 2016 will take place at the Business Design Centre in London on April 15 and 16. For more information and to register, visit


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