By  on October 22, 2010

Medical aesthetics company Solta Medical has acquired CLRS Technology, maker of the Claro device that uses heat and light to combat acne.

CLRS gives Solta Medical, which generated nearly $100 million in revenues last year through the sale of systems Fraxel and Thermage for dermatological procedures, an entrance into the over-the-counter personal care segment. The company will assume around $1.1 million of CLRS’ debt at the deal’s closing and make future payments of undisclosed amounts based upon CLRS’ revenue and operating income through the end of 2011.

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