Innovation seems to be the best way to succeed in today’s beauty industry. From supersonic cleansing brushes to hand held blemish zappers companies are in a race to make a product that generates the most buzz. Anti-aging makes up a huge chunk of this multi-billion dollar industry but ironically ageing is still a wide-spread concern.
Beauty brand La Pierres claims their new handheld device AngelTouch can effectively help solve aging issues. The first of its kind, Angeltouch is an ultrasonic beauty device equipped with multi-modulation-technology (also known as MMT). This means the device uses the same technology used in an ultrasound but has the ability to function on more than one setting.
With 9 patents and 24 trademarks for the device La Pierres believes their product will be a beauty industry breakthrough. AngelTouch is trusted because ultrasound technology is proven to penetrate the layers of the skin (which is why you are able to see a baby through the skin of the stomach). Using this technology AngelTouch pumps rays through skin at 2.5-5 MHz which helps activate the skin. The machine moves at a whopping 5 million cycles per second which is impossible by human hand.
As the machine is held on the skin it heats the deepest layers of the skin which causes the skin to generate collagen. Collagen has been used in countless skincare products due to its efficacy with ageing but it is normally derived from an animal source. With AngelTouch you are stimulating your skin to naturally produce collagen. Collagen is a tissue that is essential for skin repair. It helps heal wounds, improve skin firmness, and soften wrinkles.
Evander Holyfield and actor Nia Peeples stand behind AngelTouch and are active spokespeople for the device. It will launch in January of 2015 (February in the Middle East) to major USA television shopping networks and will retail at $399.00
Already planning to release another generation of AngelTouch La Pierre plans to update their device with Bluetooh and WiFi capabilities. When a customer snaps in their “Smart Cartridge” it sends customer data along with formulas used to the company so they can continue to supply what is in demand. This is a feature that no other device can currently offer. Cartridges are also used in the current model of the AngelTouch with the sole purpose of delivering skincare formulas.
Although La Pierres plans to market AngelTouch for those concerned with beauty, ultrasound technology has also been used for muscle relief. Athletes and those involved in accidents where muscles have been injured are sometimes treated using devices that mirror this same concept. With plans to dominate the beauty industry with their product the La Pierres brand may have made a device that could also be sold as healthcare.
We are anticipating the launch of AngelTouch with its groundbreaking technology and innovative ideas. To see if this product lives up to its claims stay tuned for a complete AngelTouch product review as soon as we get our hands on it!
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