Kalium offers non-surgical body treatment
Dubai, September 7, 2010
Dubai-based Kalium Group of Companies is offering overall face and body rejuvenation through non-surgical means with a new radio frequency machine.
The Accent XL by Alma Lasers offers an effective way to combat the signs of aging, revitalize the skin and reshape the body in a non-invasive, non-ablative, and virtually pain-free manner by combining two radio frequency (RF) modes into one device, a statement said.
Accent helps reorganize the cellular environment by employing controlled heat therapy and stimulates the cells to release toxins and produce new collagen. The increase in blood circulation and connective tissue shrinkage results in a dramatic and outstanding improvement in cellulite and skin tightening, it added.
It simultaneously works on improving the overall skin contour and texture, which gives the skin a toned and firm appearance. This leads to a nice boost which leaves you looking revived and refreshed, according to the statement.
“Results with the Accent XL are quite visible shortly after administration and get more apparent and definite over time and with follow-up procedures,” said Nazih Khattar, managing director, Kalium Group of Companies.
“People are always looking to restore their youthful appearance or give their tired skin a nice splash of energy, so this treatment for cellulite and contouring works well to achieve the desired results.”
“What’s even better is that it is minimally invasive and people do not need to disrupt their lives to look their best and feel great,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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