Burlington, MA (PRWEB) November 01, 2011
Bloomingdale’s has been known as a premier fashion and beauty destination for more than 150 years. Ever at the forefront of providing customers with the best and most innovative beauty products, Bloomingdale’s will now be selling the PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser at its New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, Washington, D.C., San Diego and Boca Raton locations.
The award-winning PaloVia laser is the first FDA-cleared, at-home fractional laser that is clinically proven to reduce eye wrinkles. Not only is it available at select Bloomingdale’s locations, but new retail outlets are adding the PaloVia laser daily. In addition to Bloomingdale’s, the PaloVia laser is carried by Bergdorf Goodman and select Henri Bendel, Nordstrom, Planet Beauty and Von Maur stores.
For women who want to know exactly which stores carry the PaloVia skin renewing laser, palovia.com has a helpful new “Find a Location” page. This feature provides the names and addresses of 84 retail outlets in 28 states – including shopping malls, dermatologists, day spas and resorts. Authorized online merchants who agree to honor the product’s 60-Day Money-Back Guarantee are also included.
The PaloVia laser’s increased availability in retail markets is a boon for potential customers. As a part of their product research, most consumers love being able to see a product firsthand before committing to a purchase. This is even easier now that so many experienced retail sales associates are selling the PaloVia laser.
“Because at-home fractional laser technology is such a new development, it’s helpful if women can see and touch the PaloVia laser and also learn more about it from a knowledgeable salesperson,” said Nancy Teumer, Global Marketing Director of Consumer Products at Palomar Medical Technologies. “We are excited to work with consultative, customer service-oriented partners such as Bloomingdale’s and Nordstrom, because of the hands-on interaction they provide.”
About Palomar Medical Technologies
The PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser was developed by Palomar Medical Technologies, Inc., a leading manufacturer of cosmetic lasers for dermatologists and plastic surgeons.
For nearly two decades, Palomar has revolutionized laser skin treatment. In the 1990s, a global team of Palomar laser physicists and esteemed dermatologists began experimenting with non-ablative fractional laser treatments — a new technique that kept the outer layer of skin in place (“non-ablative”) and treated only a small portion ("fraction") of the skin with each application of light. In 2000, Palomar filed a patent application on this fractional laser technology and then began selling systems to doctors for use on their patients. In 2009, after years of clinical studies, Palomar received FDA clearance for the first at-home fractional laser clinically proven to reduce fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes.