One of the top reasons that consumers turn to cosmetic procedures is because they want to look as young as they feel or because they want to look better for their age, according to a recent survey by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS)1. The most common sign of aging for men and women alike is the formation of rhytides and wrinkles—it's no surprise then that wrinkle reduction continues to be among the most popular treatments in today's aesthetic market.
Venus Concept offers a variety of different devices that provide non-invasive wrinkle reduction for all skin types with no downtime. From entry-level systems to more advanced, multi-treatment platforms, we have something that will fit the needs of your business while enabling a high ROI.
An easy-to-use system with advanced safety features for non-invasive wrinkle reduction and skin tightening for the face and body.
An advanced system to non-invasively address challenging aesthetic concerns for the face and body, including wrinkle reduction, circumferential reduction, cellulite reduction, and skin tightening.
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 DiamondPolar™ applicator is powered by Multi-Polar Radio Frequency and Pulsed Electro Magnetic Fields to diminish the appearance of wrinkles and rhytides*.
An innovative tabletop workstation with two unique RF-based applicators to target various stages of wrinkles. The DiamondPolar™ applicator combines Multi-Polar Radio Frequency and Pulsed Electro Magnetic Fields to boost collagen production and smoothen out wrinkles. The NanoFractional RF™ applicator with SmartScan™ technology delivers the highly customizable skin resurfacing treatments (through full control of ablation and coagulation) to improve the appearance of deep wrinkles and other signs of skin damage.
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.