Palomar Medical Technologies Inc. plans to pull the curtain back on four new skin treatment devices at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology tomorrow.
The Burlington cosmetic laser treatment firm’s new products — the XD Optic non-ablative laser, Groove Optic ablative laser, LuxPowR pulsed-light handpiece and Aspire SlimLipo body-sculpting laser — are slated to debut at the academy’s 67th annual meeting in San Francisco.
The two optic products are designed to augment Palomar’s StarLux skin resurfacing treatment platform. The FDA cleared the Groove device for skin resurfacing and wrinkle treatments, but the agency has yet to approve the XD Optic device. Palomar said it plans to seek that approval in the “near future.”
The LuxPowR handpiece is a hair-removal device the company plans to begin shipping this spring. The body-sculpting laser platform is designed for “fast treatment of larger volumes of fat.” Shipment is slated to being in the coming weeks.