Cynosure

Cynosure Launches Elite iQ Aesthetic Plarform

The Cynosure Elite iQ platform, the next generation of the company’s Elite+ Aesthetic Workstation, is now available in the U.S. The alexandrite Nd: YAG system offers higher power and features the Skintel Melanin Reader, so practices can offer customized laser hair removal treatments for all skin types, anywhere on the body including the face, back, chest, arms, underarms, bikini area and legs.

Cynosure Launches Potenza Multi-Modal RF Device

RF Microneedling Device

Cynosure has launched the Potenza Radiofrequency (RF) Microneedling Device, which offers four modes of RF energy—monopolar or bipolar, each delivered at either 1 MHz or 2 MHz frequency—allowing providers to deliver both deep and superficial treatments. The monopolar RF mode delivers energy across a large area of tissue for deep heating and skin tightening through soft tissue coagulation, and can be used on the face or body. The bipolar RF mode offers more concentrated delivery of energy to treat superficial tissue and provide skin revitalization.

Tillemans Takes Helm as CEO of Cynosure

Todd Tillemans, a global business leader with 30 years of experience in personal care, beauty, food and beverage, is the new CEO of Cynosure, LLC. Tillemans is the former president of Hershey's flagship U.S. business generating over $6.5 billion in annual sales. Prior to that, he held various leadership positions across Unilever’s skin and personal care portfolio where he helped build global personal care brands, including Dove, Axe, Vaseline, Ponds and Degree.

Hologic to Sell Cynosure to Clayton, Dubilier & Rice

Hologic has entered into a definitive agreement to sell Cynosure to an affiliate of investment funds managed by Clayton, Dubilier & Rice for a total purchase price of $205 million in cash, subject to certain closing adjustments. Under the terms of the agreement, approximately 825 employees will transfer with the Cynosure business. The transaction is expected to close around the end of calendar 2019, subject to regulatory approvals and other customary conditions.

Cynosure Partners with Elizabeth Grady To Bring SculpSure and Icon Treatments to New Patients

Elizabeth Grady, a Boston-based esthetics, massage therapy, makeup artistry and retail product company, is now offering Cynosure’s WarmSculpting with SculpSure and Icon treatments at each of its 24 locations throughout New England and at its accredited School of Esthetics and Massage Therapy. Founded in 1974, Elizabeth Grady services in excess of 100,000 customers and graduates more than 200 professional estheticians, massage therapists and makeup artists annually.

Hologic Acquires 46 Percent Share of Ultrasound Medical Imaging Company

Hologic, a device manufacturer specializing in women’s health and parent company to Cynosure, has acquired approximately 46 percent of SuperSonic Imagine, a company that specializes in ultrasound medical imaging.

SuperSonic Imagine’s main shareholders, namely Bpifrance, Andera Partners, Auriga Partners, Mérieux Participations and CDC PME Croissance, holding together 10,841,409 shares, representing approximately 46 percent of the outstanding share capital of SuperSonic Imagine, sold all of their shares to Hologic at a price of €1.50 per share.

Cynosure Expands Body Contouring Technologies with TempSure Firm and SculpSure Petite Mask

Cynosure Expands Body Contouring Range

Hologic’s Cynosure division has launched two new applicators— the TempSure Firm handpiece and a petite mask for SculpSure submental treatments—to better serve the growing market for noninvasive body contouring and cellulite reduction treatments. The TempSure Firm is the latest addition to the TempSure platform, which delivers monopolar radiofrequency energy through massage heads to gently heat tissue and temporarily reduce the appearance of cellulite. The new 60mm handpiece allows practitioners to treat larger areas of the body at a faster rate, without surgery or downtime.

Aesthetic Device: Tempsure Surgical RF

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Cynosure Adds Surgical RF Handpiece

Cynosure TempSure Surgical radiofrequency (RF) technology—a new addition to the company’s TempSure RF platform—allows clinicians to perform both surgical and nonsurgical aesthetic procedures with a single device. With 300 watts and 4 MHz RF, the Surgical RF technology allows for precise incisions with minimal lateral thermal damage to surrounding tissues. The resulting coagulation lessens sparking and charring during procedures, which promotes quicker recovery and better healing for patients.

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