A versatile multi-application platform that provides the most popular, non-invasive aesthetic procedures, including photorejuvenation/photofacial, acne treatment, hair removal, skin resurfacing, and wrinkle reduction. It offers three unique technologies: Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) with SmartPulse™, NanoFractional Radio Frequency with SmartScan™, and Venus Concept's proprietary (MP)2 technology (Multi-Polar Radio Frequency + Pulsed Electro Magnetic Fields).
Select from up to 10 different applicators
Venus Versa™ combines three unique, highly effective technologies in one workstation for true versatility. The device can be customized to grow with your practice—start with one set of applicators and add more as you grow to maximize the treatments you can offer at your practice. Venus Versa™ can also be easily moved between treatment rooms, making it the ideal system for locations with limited space.
Photorejuvenation/photofacial, acne treatment, hair removal:
Venus Versa™ includes various features that enable a higher return on ownership, such as multiple treatment options and a combination of unique technologies, making it the most adaptable to the needs and growth of your business. Venus Concept's industry-unique business model is designed to even further increase the success of your practice.
TriBella™ is a comprehensive aesthetic facial therapy, exclusively from Venus Versa™, using three applicators with distinct modes of action to simultaneously enhance tone, tightness, and texture.
Anti-aging wrinkle reduction treatment
Skin resurfacing treatment
Fade the appearance of various vascular and pigmented lesions, including hyperpigmentation, melasma, port wine stains, hemangiomas, telangiectasias, venous malformations, and more.
Devices that offer photorejuvenation: Venus Versa™
Results after: 1 treatment
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Resolve mild to severe skin damage, such as scars from acne or injury, rosacea, dyschromia, enlarged pores, deep wrinkles, and uneven skin texture and pigmentation.
Devices that offer skin resurfacing: Venus Versa™
Results after: 2 treatments
Combine treatments with other Venus Versa™ applicators for even better clinical results. Fade the appearance of vascular and pigmented lesions, wrinkles, and skin damage.
Devices that offer TriBella: Venus Versa™
Results after: 1 SR IPL treatment, 1 DiamondPolar™ treatment, and 1 NanoFractional RF™ treatment
INDICATIONS FOR USE:
Venus Versa™ is cleared by the FDA as a multi-application device intended to be used in aesthetic and cosmetic procedures. The SR515 and SR580 applicators are cleared by the FDA 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 cleared by the FDA 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 cleared by the FDA for the treatment of acne vulgaris. The DiamondPolar™ and OctiPolar™ applicators on the Venus Versa™ system are cleared by the FDA for non-invasive treatment of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and rhytides on females with Fitzpatrick skin types I-IV. The NanoFractional RF™ (Viva) applicator is cleared by the FDA for dermatological procedures requiring ablation and resurfacing of the skin.
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