Product Demonstrations

Saturday 14 November 2015

Meet the two newest contouring systems that offer hands off revenue



A live product demonstration of both the CLATUU Cryolipolysis system and the Ultraformer Micro-Focused Ultrasound system by Cryomed Aesthetics.

Dr Adrian Lim is a dermatology staff specialist at The Royal North Shore Hospital and in private practice at Sydney Laser Dermatology & Veins @ uRepublic. He is Dean of Education of the Australasian College of Dermatologists and board member of the Australasian College of Phlebology. His subspecialty interests include cosmetic and laser dermatology, venous diseases and clinical trials. 



INFINI and HEALITE: Beauty and youth through unique and powerful synergy

The INFINI radiofrequency (RF) system delivers precise controlled heating to user-preselected depths in the dermis with minimal discomfort using ultra-sharp, fine and insulated microneedles. A 3-dimensional restructuring of the skin allows lifting, elimination of lines and wrinkles and a youthful look to the epidermis. Downtime is almost nonexistent. Results actually continue to improve after the final treatment owing to the remodeling phase of the wound healing process, so satisfaction continues, indeed increases, long after the final treatment.

The HEALITE light-emitting diode (LED) phototherapy system painlessly and noninvasively powers up the body’s own rejuvenation mechanisms through targeting essential wound healing cells in both the epidermis and dermis, rejuvenating the skin from the inside out. The photoactivated cells plump and hydrate the dermis under a glowing epidermis, turning back the skin aging clock.

Excellent on their own, the combination of these two non-laser technologies produces synergistic results, well-superior to either of the systems used independently. The LED phototherapy enhances the already excellent effects of the INFINI microneedling, accelerating the wound healing process and enriching the final effect. INFINI and HEALITE work uniquely together, ensuring rejuvenation of the face, neck and décolleté which will stand the test of time.

Dr Peter Laniewski (FRACS (plast) FRACS (gen)) is a plastic surgeon. He also holds a Fellowship from the prestigious  Royal Marsden Hospital in London in Breast Reconstruction. His  expertise lies in all types of breast surgery.  His  special interest is rhinoplasty, facial surgery and non surgical rejuvenation.

 Dr Laniewski is a surgeon at the Breast Cancer institute of NSW Westmead, and several private institutions - Sydney Adventist Private, Norwest Private and Hospital for Specialist Surgery. 


Sunday 15 November 2015

Interactive workshop on Q-Switching, pigmentation and low-fluence laser toning

How Q-switching can be used to treat a wide range of pigmentation issues in Asian and non-Asian skin, as well as low-fluence use for laser facials and laser toning.
This workshop includes
1] What are good indications for Q-switched lasers
2] Treatment of pigment and laser toning patient using Q-switched 1064nm
3] Synergistic effects from combination of other modalities
4] Laser toning with Q-switched lasers

Dr Wonserk Kim (M.D, PhD) is a Professor in the Department of Dermatology at Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine and is the Chair of the Department of Dermatology at Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, Seoul, Korea. Professor Kim majors in skin surgery and laster treatments, he has a strong interest in scar and keloid studies and has published a number of articles on these topics.




A new clinical proven therapy for the treatment of melasma

In a double blind, randomized, placebo controlled study performed at the National Skin Centre during the period October 2013 – May 2014, the effect of a topical cream “Crystal Clear” with the addition of an oral supplement “Crystal Tomato®” on melasma was evaluated. The clinical study showed a significant decrease in the mMASI score in both groups of patients with a higher decrease in the group receiving Crystal Clear and Crystal Tomato®.

Dr Alain Khaiat created his consulting firm SEERS Consulting after serving 10 years as the International Vice President of Research & Development Asia Pacific for Johnson & Johnson Consumer Divisions, Singapore. DrKhaiat is President of the Cosmetic Toiletry and Fragrance Association of Singapore, a Vice President of the ASEAN Cosmetic Association, a member of the ASEAN Cosmetic Scientific Body and an advisor on Cosmetic Safety to the Singapore Health Authorities. He is also a Senior International Expert on Cosmetics (Post Market Surveillance, Product Safety, Product Efficacy and Quality) with organisations such as the European Commission, the World Bank and the UN-International Trade Center. Dr Khaiat won the In Cosmetics Lifetime Achievement Award 2010.


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