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New Beauty Science Gadget Solves Saggy Skin?

HAPPI magazine reports that Ulthera Inc., a Mesa, AZ company has gained Food and Drug Administration approval to market a new device that can help cure saggy skin.

The device is already for sale to plastic surgeons and dermatologists for facial tightening and eyebrow lifting and the company claims to be developing a handheld version for consumers that will treat acne and rejuvenate skin. The dermatologist version sells for $89,000, so let’s hope the home version is just a tad cheaper. It will also be interesting to see how its anti-acne efficacy stacks up against other beauty gadgets like Thermaclear.

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