LifeGaines has been designated a ‘Center of Excellence’ by Lumenis for offering its new products such as Splendor X, PiQo4, and AcuPulse.
BOCA RATON, Fla., June 30, 2020 (Newswire.com) –LifeGaines in Boca Raton just purchased 3 Lumenis products, a laser hair removal system and pigment lesion eraser called Splendor X, a tattoo removal device called the Piq04, and the AcuPulse, a CO2 laser system that removes “spider veins”.
LifeGaines has been just awarded the designation of “Center of Excellence” as they offer a collection of Lumenis services. These different services are described below.
Splendor X: Many people want to get rid of hair in certain places on their body. LifeGaines is administering the use of this product that helps people not happy with shaving, tweezing, or waxing to remove unwanted hair. The product guarantees uniform skin coverage in its application when removing hair.
PiQo4: When it comes to tattoos, many people regret getting them, but they don’t know how to get rid of them. LifeGaines is using Piq04 for those who want to remove tattoos. PiQo4 is used for Hyperpigmentation treatment for all skin tones. It provides high-energy light beams to treat skin, and for deeper pigmentation, such as melasma or tattoos. The Lasers shatter pigment deposits underneath the skin. This device is also used for unwanted age spots, sun damage, sun spots, or freckles. It is used for skin resurfacing.
PiQo4, a picture of tattoo removal:
AcuPulse is another product that LifeGaines is using for aesthetic resurfacing. It’s an “ablative laser resurfacing workstation”, which means it’s used for the removal of a layer of tissue to treat discoloration, improve skin texture, or remove superficial lesions. AcuPulse is used for aesthetic resurfacing needs, such as getting rid of spider veins, uneven texture, sun damage, or acne scars.
AcuPulse is used to treat spider veins, like in this picture: https://www.instagram.com/p/CB5efJgAWi8/?igshid=3yqla5ftfa3h
About Dr. Gaines, founder of LifeGaines Medical and Aesthetic Center:
Dr. Richard Gaines graduated from Boston University School of Medicine in 1981. He completed his internship at Tufts University School of Medicine in 1981 and his residency at Harvard Medical School in 1985, where he was an anesthesiology fellow at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He served as a physician at Huntington General Hospital, as an anesthesiologist at Harvard Community Health Plan and at Sheridan Healthcorp. Dr. Gaines opened an age management and wellness practice, after a 40-year career as a physician and health care executive. He has a Fellowship in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine (FAARM) from the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, he’s Board certified from the American Board of Anti-Aging & Regenerative Medicine (ABAARM) and he’s certified as a Functional Medicine Practitioner with advanced training at The Institute for Functional Medicine.