According to a 2018 consumer survey conducted by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS), 86% of people are bothered by excess weight on any part of their body1. Research has also shown that more people are now favoring non-invasive procedures, even for treatments that address challenging body aesthetics. Patients want results, but without the pain and downtime that comes with surgery.
Venus Concept's non-invasive body contouring systems allow you to address both of these unique target markets with comfortable treatments that require no downtime.
A versatile multi-applicator platform with three different, highly effective technologies in one workstation to address many of today's most challenging aesthetic concerns. The OctiPolar™ applicator is powered by Multi-Polar Radio Frequency and Pulsed Electro Magnetic Fields to provide safe and comfortable body contouring for the abdomen, arms, flanks, buttocks, thighs, and other common problem areas*.
INDICATIONS FOR USE:
*Venus Versa™ is licensed by Health Canada as a multi-application device intended to be used in aesthetic and cosmetic procedures. The SR515 and SR580 applicators are licensed Health Canada for the treatment of benign pigmented epidermal and cutaneous lesions and treatment of benign cutaneous vascular lesions. The HR650/HR650XL and HR690/HR690XL applicators are licensed by Health Canada for the removal of unwanted hair and to effect stable long-term or permanent hair reduction for Fitzpatrick skin types I-IV. The AC Dual applicator is licensed by Health Canada for the treatment of acne vulgaris. The DiamondPolar™ applicator is licensed by Health Canada for non-invasive treatment of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and rhytides on females with Fitzpatrick skin types I-IV. The OctiPolar™ applicator on the Venus Versa™ system is licensed by Health Canada for temporary body contouring via skin tightening, circumferential reduction, and cellulite reduction. The NanoFractional RF™ (Viva) applicator is licensed by Health Canada for dermatological procedures requiring ablation and resurfacing of the skin.
1. American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) 2018 Consumer Survey on Cosmetic Dermatologic Procedures. Data were collected from 3,525 consumers through a blind online survey in 2018.