Aesthetic Medicine
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An increase in disposable income and awareness of the aesthetic industry has led to a rise in consumer spending on aesthetic treatments for self-care, especially hair removal. 1,2 In fact, the post-pandemic global aesthetics market is projected to reach 15.9 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 10.9%. 3

With the immense growth in interest for personal grooming, laser hair removal is among the top five most non-invasive aesthetic treatments booked 4 . The booming demand and increase in market value of laserhair removal treatment can be attributed to device and treatment effectiveness. With the help of advancements in laser hair removal devices, treatments can now effectively reduce hair growth by 90% to 95%.5

GAIN POWER IN YOUR PRACTICE

The latest advancement in hair removal, AGAIN, introduces a new and extremely flexible dual-wavelength system delivering reliable and cost-effective treatments. Practitioners receive a 2-in-1 solution: the combination of the ultra-powerful and fastest Alexandrite laser (755nm), together with an unrivalled Nd:YAG laser (1064nm), AGAIN offers unmatched performance in both hair removal and most aesthetic applications. With a 30 mm spot size and one of the highest power levels available on the market; AGAIN is one of the fastest high-powered lasers for hair removal, with the capabilities to also treat vascular lesions, pigmentation, and skin tightening.

DEKA has always been a pioneer and innovator in the field of laser hair removal. MOVEO technology further enables practitioners to deliver super-fast, effective, and virtually pain-free treatments. Delivered through an integrated sapphire contact cooling tip with ultrashort pulse durations, the AGAIN is ideal for treating more challenging fine and fair hair. MOVEO allows the Alexandrite laser to work at 100% efficiency while in contact with the area, therefore avoiding wasted energy. With this handpiece, laser practitioners can offer double laser energy transmission to the skin, allowing extraordinary results as never seen before. AGAIN is the world’s only FDA-approved Alexandrite laser for skin types 1 – 6*. These advanced features make AGAIN a system for professionals who aim for excellent clinical results and a wide range of applications. Exclusively available in the UK with the award-winning post purchase support from Lynton.

AGAIN OFFERS NEW FEATURES:

• Alexandrite and Nd:YAG lasers come together with DEKA’s unique MOVEO technology for super-fast, effective and virtually pain-free treatment.

• 30 mm handpiece; the fastest on the market

• New LCD 10.5” touch-screen monitor with 180° full rotation for maximum visibility

• Remote assistant service – the AGAIN talks directly to DEKA through Wi-Fi

• Built-in cooling in MOVEO mode

REFERENCES

*DISCLAIMER: According to DEKA’s own research

1. https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/industry-reports/medical-aestheticsmarket-100631

2. https://www.millioninsights.com/industry-reports/global-hair-removalproducts-market?utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=referral&utm_ campaign=prn_11Jun2020_hairremovalproducts_rd2

3. https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2020/12/10/2142901/0/en/ The-Worldwide-Medical-Aesthetics-Industry-is-Expected-to-Grow-at-a- CAGR-of-10-9-Between-2020-to-2025.html#:~:text=Filings%20Media%20 Partners-,The%20Worldwide%20Medical%20Aesthetics%20Industry%20 is%20Expected%20to%20Grow%20at,10.9%25%20Between%202020%20 to%202025&text=Dublin%2C%20Dec.&text=The%20global%20medical%20 aesthetics%20market,10.9%25%20from%202020%20to%202025.

4. https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/laser-hair-removal-market-103477

5. https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/laser-hair-removal-market-103477

For more information visit lynton.co.uk/prod/again–alexandrite–and–ndyag–laser

This article appears in the October 2021 Issue of Aesthetic Medicine

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This article appears in the October 2021 Issue of Aesthetic Medicine