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Cosmetic IPL Laser Reviews & Comparisons > Help for newbie

Hi everyone
I'm iranian physician and i'm going to open my medspa this year. But i cannot decide which devices should i buy for start. The only known aesthetics brands here are: Deka/ cynosure/ and only sciton joule from scition company.
So would you please tell me for beginning such a business which devices are better to purchase.
And my other question is should i invest money on a vaginal rejuvenating laser too?
Thank you in advance

04.11 | Registered CommenterSahar Gh

Hi Sahar,

Fotona has an all-in-one combination Erbium:YAG & Neodymium:YAG laser--the SP Dynamis, that can do everything you're looking for (from scar revision, 4D Facelifts, body contouring and skin tightening, to vaginal tightening and a whole lot more) without having to buy multiple lasers. It is also the only digital laser out there, so it is 100% upgrade-able so you don't have to worry about needing to buy a new laser in a year or two.

Here's a link to the website: http://www.fotona.com/en/products/1189/sp-line/

Although it is fairly new to the U.S., the company has been around since the 60's and is the most requested laser around the world outside of the U.S.

Hope this helps! Shoot me an e-mail if you have any questions or would like to speak with a doctor who is using it. I'll be happy to put you in touch!

07.15 | Registered CommenterTXLaser

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