SILKPEEL with DermalInfusion" Transforms Microdermabrasion

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EMed Incorporated has reported dramatic sales figures for its new SilkPeel microdermabrasion System. The SilkPeel delivers topical dermaceuticals while simultaneously infusing the treated area with a medicated solution.

Developed by Ken Karasiuk, President and CEO of eMed Inc., this breakthrough technology combines precision non-invasive exfoliation with DermalInfusion™ to address patient-specific skin conditions and has revolutionized the industry

SilkPeel microscopically exfoliates the stratum corneum, which is the layer of skin on the surface while delivering a topical dermaceutical under vacuum. There is a broad range of solutions readily available from SilkPeel that target acne, hyperpigmentation, photo-damage, dehydration and fine line wrinkles. Coming soon are solutions that target hair loss.

Dr. Mary Lupo of the Lupo Center in New Orleans, LA states: “ Silk Peel has reenergized my microdermabrasion practice. Patients see even faster results and eliminating those crystal particles makes patients' skin look and feel better immediately. I also don't like all the particles in my patient's hair or in the air of our workplace. Our business has increased by 50% in just two months, and I've done no advertising. Patients are sending in friends in droves.”

Gregory Keller, M.D.,of Santa Barbara, CA, director of the Facial Plastic Surgery Fellowship at UCLA, has conducted histological evaluations of tissue samples treated with SilkPeel. “Physicians are ready for the cutting edge technology the SilkPeel offers. It appears that by delivering these solutions at the precise moment of exfoliation, the topicals are able to absorb deeper into the tissue. The results I've seen using this system with hyperpigmentation bleaching solution have been impressive and comparable to the results from more expensive and more invasive therapies such as CO2 lasers.”

Gayla Pinkosky, a medical aesthetician working with Dr. Pinkosky concurs, “Our patients with acne and photo damage are amazed by the dramatic results visible after only two or three sessions. We have experienced a very high demand for this procedure since we introduced it for evaluation. Our patients have told us they prefer the SilkPeel to microdermabrasion.”

SilkPeel is “unlike any other product I've seen,” states David Kamin, M.D., Oculoplastic Surgeon and Associate Professor at UCLA. “Simplifying skin resurfacing while broadening the scope of treatable conditions is highly innovative. The SilkPeel eliminates many of the complications associated with lasers and chemical peels.”

Headquartered in Westlake Village, California eMed Inc., is a leading manufacturer and distributor of medical technology for physicians and aestheticians.

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Andrew McKittrick,

McKittrick & Associates


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