Real Renewal

These results were achieved in IDE clinical study G170151, using a single-pass technique.

Works Like Nothing Else

In a marketplace long-dominated by laser treatments, true innovation has been scarce. Renuvion is different. It’s the first major advancement in decades of skin treatments for the face, providing patients with dramatic and natural-looking results — This is Facial Renewal.

Beyond Resurfacing

Renuvion, with its unique mechanism of action, allows for smoothing and contracting of the skin in one procedure, taking transformation to a whole new level – beyond dermal resurfacing.1

The Renuvion Difference

Unique technology, unique results

Lasers and other resurfacing technologies don’t always satisfy.2 Renuvion has been shown to dramatically reduce deep wrinkles and rhytides, with a high level of physician and patient satisfaction.1

High impact – without surgery

Facelifts lift and tighten by treating the structures under the skin, but not the skin directly.3 Renuvion directly treats the skin, providing a smooth, radiant look — without cutting.1

Profound change, natural effect

High-impact cosmetic procedures often have unnatural-looking results. With Renuvion, patients state that they look healthy and natural, like ‘rewinding the clock.’

Real Results

Renuvion has been vigorously tested in clinical studies and has been shown to be safe and effective for treatment of moderate to severe wrinkles and rhytides.1 Additionally, preclinical data shows benefits when compared to the alternative plasma energy device.4

Ready to try Renuvion and change the face of your practice?

The Renuvion Dermal Handpiece is indicated for dermatological procedures for the treatment of moderate to severe wrinkles and rhytides, limited to patients with Fitzpatrick skin types I, II, or III.

Warning: Application of more than one treatment pass in the perioral area, on the forehead, and along the jawline has been associated with hypertrophic scarring.

Risks associated with the use of the Renuvion Dermal System include but are not limited to hypertrophic scarring, milia/acne, telangiectasia (spider veins), skin discoloration/hypopigmentation, dormant infection reactivation, infection, bruising or bleeding. As with any procedure, individual results may vary. As with all energy devices there are inherent risks associated with its use, refer to the IFU for further information.

References:

  1. Holcomb JD, Kelly M, Hamilton TK, DeLozier JB 3rd. A prospective study evaluating the use of helium plasma for dermal resurfacing. Lasers Surg Med 2020;52:940-951. https://doi.org/10.1002/lsm.23257
  2. Cohen SR, Henssler C, Horton K, Broder KW, Moise-Broder PA. Clinical experience with the Fraxel SR laser: 202 treatments in 59 consecutive patients. Plast Reconstr Surg 2008 May;121(5):297e-304e. doi: 10.1097/PRS.0b013e31816c3b65. PMID: 18453942.
  3. Shauly O, Stone GL, Shin R, Stevens GW, Gould DJ. Evaluating facelift complications and the effectiveness of the SMASectomy technique: A single center’s 15-year experience. Aesthet Surg J Open Forum 2021 Aug 20;3(4):ojab030. doi: 10.1093/asjof/ojab030. PMID: 34617012; PMCID: PMC8489308.
  4. Holcomb JD, Schucker A. Helium plasma skin regeneration: Evaluation of skin tissue effects in a porcine model and comparison to nitrogen plasma skin regeneration. Lasers Surg Med 2020;52:23-32. https://doi.org/10.1002/lsm.23167
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