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ENDOLIFT® a sought after treatment in aesthetic medicine

Eufoton® is a leading Italian manufacturer specialized in developing and producing portable medical lasers.

The company was founded in 1999 by a highly-skilled medical and engineering team. Today, Eufoton®’s diode lasers are successfully used in many medical specialities.

One of the most sought-after treatment patented by Eufoton® is ENDOLIFT®, a minimally invasive outpatient laser procedure used in endo-tissutal (interstitial) aesthetic medicine.

The laser treatment is performed with the latest Eufoton® LASEmaR® 1500 (certified and approved by the American FDA for laser assisted liposuction). ENDOLIFT® has multiple purposes: the remodeling of both deep and superficial layers of the skin, toning, the retraction of connective septums, the stimulation of collagen production and, when necessary, the reduction of excessive fat.

The main activity of ENDOLIFT® is promoting skin tightening, in other words the retraction and reduction of skin laxity thanks to the activation of neo-collagenesis and of metabolic functions in the extra cellular matrix.

The skin tightening created by ENDOLIFT® is strictly linked to the selectivity of the laser beam used, that is, to the specific interaction of the laser light which selectively hits two of the main targets of the human body: water and fat.

Endolift® treatment can be performed on the following facial areas:

  • neck;
  • mandibular border;
  • undertone;
  • nasolabial folds;
  • lower eyelids;
  • marionette lines.

The procedure is also suitable in selected body areas.

The peculiarity of the ENDOLIFT® treatment is that it can be customized in relation to the imperfection that concerns the patient by varying parameters such as:

  • the thickness of the optical fiber;
  • the power or the flow of energy transferred through the optical fiber;
  • the duration of the impulse; the flow with which the energy comes into contact with the tissue specified by the pulse emission time and the pause time;
  • the depth to which the optical fiber is moved within the tissue (working more superficially results in a greater firming effect of the skin).