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Lumenis(R) Introduces LightSheer(R) Duet(TM) for High Speed Permanent Hair Reduction
Date:3/4/2009

The Most Exciting Innovation in Hair Removal since the Original LightSheer Revolutionized the Industry in 1998

SANTA CLARA, Calif., March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Lumenis Ltd., a global developer, manufacturer and seller of laser, light-based and radio-frequency devices for surgical, aesthetic, and ophthalmic applications, announced today plans to launch the LightSheer(R) Duet(TM) Diode Laser System for high-speed permanent hair reduction at the American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting in San Francisco this weekend.

"The LightSheer Duet is the most exciting innovation in laser hair removal since LightSheer first revolutionized the industry in 1998. LightSheer Duet reduces hair removal treatments up to 75% and vastly improves patient comfort, eliminating the need for topical anesthetics. These ground-breaking changes will significantly improve practitioner and patient acceptance of hair removal, as well as increase the revenue potential for physician practices and clinics," said Mr. Robert Mann, General Manager of Lumenis Global Aesthetics and Dermatology.

"We are delighted that the LightSheer Duet is now available for sale," commented Mr. Dov Ofer, Lumenis' Chief Executive Officer, "and we believe it presents a great opportunity for both doctors and patients in these current economic times. The development of this product is due in large part to the feedback we continually receive from our customers all over the world. They asked us to provide a faster solution for the effective treatment of larger body areas, and the LightSheer Duet is our response. The LightSheer Duet delivers the ideal 800 nanometer diode laser energy, and in a novel way, to achieve permanent hair reduction in far less time with much more comfort for both our customers and their clients," Mr. Ofer added.

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