Advanced Pulse Light Technology design to deliver effective treatment for skin rejuvenation, active acne, vascular and pigmented lesions.
Irvine, CA (PRWEB) January 5, 2006 -- Alderm, N.A. LLC, announced that it has been appointed by General Project, s.r.l., of Florence, Italy, as the exclusive distributor in the United States of the Med Flash II? Intense Pulse Light (IPL) system for skin rejuvenation, active acne treatment, and vascular and pigmented lesions.
The Med Flash II? is capable of emitting a broad range of light radiation from 390 nm to 1200 nm (infrared) in a single pulse burst depending on the selected filter. The light energy is produced at the handpiece which contains a powerful and reliable Xenon flashlamp.
The Med Flash? II represents the latest advances in second generation IPL Technology. The advanced features and computerized controls of the Med Flash II? combined with the integrated skin cooling system dramatically increase efficacy while decreasing patient discomfort and treatment time. The fact that no gel are required for treatments makes this IPL a favorite of patient and technicians alike.
"Until the advent of the Med Flash II?, most IPL?s have utilized waveguide technology that contributed to treatment complications such as burns, hypo and hyperpigmentation, pain and extended treatment durations," commented Jim Kraushaar, CEO of Alderm N.A., "The Med Flash II? resolves many of these problems with the use of its integrated flashlamp handpiece, large spot size and integrated cooling technologies. Before selecting the Med Flash II? IPL, we evaluated over 20 IPL units from around the world. The integrity of the Med Flash II? system, I believe, exceeds any system on the market today."
Discussing the appointment of Alderm N.A. as its exclusive American distribution agent, Moreno Naldoni, Managing Director of General Project stated, "After an extensive selection process we chose Alderm N.A. as our exclusive distributor because of their proven record of introducing and successfully marketing innovative medical aesthetics systems such as IPLs and lasers into the American aesthetics market."