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Introducing RESONIC. Its Rapid Acoustic Pulse technology is the only FDA-cleared device that uses sound to make laser tattoo removal faster and each treatment session more effective.
RESONIC works non-invasively as an accessory to the 1064 nm Q-Switched laser for black ink tattoo removal in Fitzpatrick Skin Type I-III patients, sending high-frequency sound waves through your skin at up to 100 times per second. These waves intelligently impact specific areas in and around your skin cells, breaking apart the steam-filled vacuoles, or bubbles, that develop during the laser tattoo removal process, and dispersing more ink particles to remove tattoos faster.
The non-invasive process generates no additional heat or collateral damage, offering breakthrough results without breaking the skin.
RESONIC can help Q-Switched lasers remove black tattoo ink in AS FEW AS 3 SESSIONS,* depending on the size of the tattoo selected for treatment. Tattoo removal with Rapid Acoustic Pulse is clinically proven to outperform laser-only removal treatments.
Take the first step by talking to a physician in your area.
RESONIC offers fast and non-invasive tattoo removal that can
benefit your practice and your patients.
RESONIC™ (Rapid Acoustic Pulse device) is indicated for use as an accessory to the 1064 nm Q-Switched laser for black ink tattoo removal in Fitzpatrick Skin Type I-III patients. RESONIC is also indicated for short-term improvement in the appearance of cellulite. The most common side effects may include mild to moderate temporary redness of the treatment site, mild pain, heat, and pinpoint redness. Your results and experience may vary, so it is important to talk to your healthcare provider about whether RESONIC is right for you. For full safety information, please visit www.RESONIC.com/ISI.
*Ink particle size, tattoo color, depth of ink particles, tattoo age, and location all play a role in the speed of clearance and the number of treatments required to achieve optimal results.