LONDON — Ultragen is aiming to bring medi-spa treatments to homes.
The Tel Aviv-based professional treatment product manufacturer will introduce Stop, a handheld device purported to reduce the appearance of wrinkles using waves of high-frequency electrical energy, in the U.K. starting next month. The device, which heats when in use, is said to stimulate collagen fibers using TriPollar radio frequency technology originally developed for treatments offered in clinics and medi-spas.
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