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Alma Lasers Joins the Fight Against Breast Cancer with the Launch of the NEW SopranoXLi
Date:10/5/2010

BUFFALO GROVE, Ill., Oct. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Alma Lasers, a global developer, manufacturer and provider of laser, light-based, radiofrequency and ultrasound devices for aesthetic and medical applications announced today they will be joining the millions of supporters committed to fighting breast cancer through awareness, education and research. In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness and the newly launched SopranoXLi Pain-Free Hair-Free laser hair removal device, Alma will make a donation to the National Breast Cancer Foundation in an effort to save lives through early detection and education.

"What better way to express our appreciation for our success than to give back to the community," said Ziv Karni, President and CEO. "We chose to partner with National Breast Cancer Foundation due to their commitment towards building hope and wellness in the fight against breast cancer. We felt it was time to become part of the solution."

On October 5th, Alma Lasers is launching the latest innovation in virtually painless laser hair removal with the SopranoXLi. Combining advanced In-Motion technology with intense power and an intelligent, intuitive, interface, the SopranoXLi delivers fast, virtually painless treatments with safe, consistent, and reliable clinical results. This device sets itself apart from other laser and light based systems by allowing practitioners to deliver virtually painless treatments to their patients year round with the versatility of treating all skin types, including tanned skin and all pigmented hair. Practices that purchase the SopranoXLi will not only be adding the latest aesthetic innovation but will also be making a contribution in the fight against breast cancer.

"Alma Lasers is proud to be a supporter of the National Breast Cancer Foundation's efforts to combat this deadly disease that affects so many of us either directly or indirectly," said Avi Farbstein, General Manager of North American Operations. "During National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the SopranoXLi will be introduced featuring a special edition label and black color in support of the cause. There is no better time to show our support than now."

About Alma Lasers

Alma Lasers is a global developer, manufacturer and provider of laser, light-based, radiofrequency and ultrasound devices for aesthetic and medical applications. Alma Lasers has been at the forefront of delivering innovative multi-technology/multi-application systems designed to meet the unique needs of today's practitioners. Alma's modular, cost-effective and high-performance systems enable practitioners to confidently offer safe, effective and profitable aesthetic treatments to their patients. Medical practitioners use Alma Lasers' products for noninvasive aesthetic procedures such as hair removal, acne treatment, skin rejuvenation, fractional ablative skin resurfacing, pigmented lesions, vascular lesions and leg vein treatments. For more information visit www.almalasers.com


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