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Aesthetic Medicine Channel Business

The Aesthetic Department distributes foreign photonic laser technology and aesthetic medicine related products.
Currently, the main branded manufacturers distributed by us including internationally well-known photonic laser brands such as U.S. Cynosure, Apyx Medical, Israel Alma, Viora, etc.
Recently, we also carry the injectable hyaluronic acid ampoules from the well-known Korean PRP Group.
in the US and Alma and Viora in Israel, In Taiwan, we mainly provide services to aesthetic medicine related medical hospitals, clinics and customers, allowing consumers to receive professional and legitimate aesthetic medicine treatments of stable quality.

What is Laser?
LASER is an abbreviation of Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation, and it means an amplified light generated from simulated radiation. LASER is a stimulated high energy light beam. For common beauty laser machine models, due to different medium used by such machines, they also have different names, such as: Ruby laser, CO2 laser, Alexandrite laser, Nd: YAG laser, etc. As the active mediums used are different, the laser wavelengths generated are also different, such that different curative effects can be achieved. In terms of clinical treatment, the most appropriate laser wavelength and dose are selected depending upon the symptom in order to achieve an effective therapeutic effect.
What is Intense Pulsed Light?
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) was developed by Dr. Eckhouse in 1990. It is a revolutionary, innovative technology that integrates various different wavebands to create compound phototherapy in order to achieve different effects. IPL is to use a pulsed light projection method to reconstruct the subcutaneous collagen fibers and collagen, such that it can be used to improve the skin texture and the problems of facial flushing, sunspots and vasodilation.
What is Electric Wave Technology?
Electric Wave refers to the use of electrodes to conduct high-frequency currents in order to heat the subcutaneous tissues in depth. When skin cells generate electrical resistance as the current flows through, the electric resistance acts as the heat source. Such thermal effect can promote the metabolism to achieve the therapeutic effect.