Newa, the new skin care system by Homedics, is expected to burrow into the beauty market with claims that the system will reduce wrinkles by up to 45 per cent, cutting out the need for fillers or other painful procedures.
The Newa system helps rebuild the skins collagen so it regains the elasticity it once had in a safe and painless way.
“Newa is clinically proven to firm, tighten and lift skin by reactivating the skin’s natural ability to produce collagen. More natural collagen means skin is lifted and plumped up,” Homedics said.
“Clinical trials prove Newa reduces wrinkles by up to 45 per cent in just 12 weeks with an immediate improvement in skin tone texture already after the first use.”
3Deep technology stimulates production of collagen
The Newa skin system is powered by the same 3Deep technology which dermatologists have been using in clinics. During treatment, the 3Deep technology sends energy into the skin tissue, stimulating the natural production of new, healthier collagen.
Clinical studies have shown people who used the Newa device in a one month trial saw a reduction of fine lines and wrinkles, a more balanced skin tone and visible improvement in skin texture.
Christopher Inglefield MD, London Bridge Plastic Surgery, explained, “Our patients are always delighted with the results that a 3Deep treatment provides. With this technology, we can achieve a significant amount of wrinkle reduction safely, without injecting fillers or toxins or undergoing invasive procedures.
The Newa skin care system works together with a Newa Activator Gel which helps optimise the delivery of heat deep beneath the skin’s surface. The gel contains cosmetic ingredients which add moisture to the skin.
Newa is available at a selection of Australian retailers Myer, Shaver Shop and Harvey Norman for the RRP of $499.
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