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TriPollar Technology Clinically Proven to Significantly Reduce Stretch Marks and Acne
Date:1/20/2010

Lectures on TriPollar technology, the most advanced 3rd generation RF solution for facial and body contouring, will be presented at the upcoming ICAD & 3rd ECAA Asia conference. Dr. W. Manuskiatti will review the effectiveness of TriPollar technology in reducing stretch marks and Dr. Y. Yu will present his latest clinical data showing successful reduction of acne using TriPollar.

(PRWEB) January 20, 2010 -- The latest benefits of TriPollar technology- its application for stretch marks and acne reduction- will be presented in the upcoming ICAD (International Congress in Aesthetic Dermatology) & 3rd ECAA Asia conference, the most comprehensive EuroAsian Congress in Aesthetic and Anti-aging medicine, held in Bangkok January 22-24. TriPollar technology has become a gold standard in non-invasive aesthetic treatments and has been proven to safely and effectively tighten the skin, reduce wrinkles, cellulite and body circumference. Now, two new applications, stretch marks reduction and acne reduction have been clinically validated and study results will be presented at the congress.

Dr. W. Manuskiatti will lecture on Treatment of Striae Distensae in skin phototypes IV-V with a TriPollar radiofrequency device. In the clinical study, seventeen females with post pregnancy stretch marks underwent six weekly treatments with the apollo device- Pollogen's latest aesthetic solution based on TriPollar technology. Clinically proven results showed that o
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