It’s nice to see that even the medical world is aesthetically conscious when designing their mighty wizard’s tools. Aesthetically conscious of course is not necessarily synonymous with aesthetically pleasing, as this particular gadget looks like the amputated head of a futuristic cosmonaut. Nevertheless, the things it promises to do are quite impressive.
See, the company says that it’s “the first no pain and safer light based therapy to treat sun damaged and aging skin, including brown spots, redness and broken capillaries, as well as unwanted hair and unsightly veins.”
It’s already been approved by the FDA. I imagine living with skin blemishes can be quite distressing, and this is good news for any sufferers.