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Please note: the following is provided for informational purposes only. Skin by A2 MedSpa believes that our clients should be well informed prior to undergoing any treatment. Plan to discuss treatment options with your provider, understanding that their recommendations are based on skin type, your expected treatment outcome, and the overall health of your skin prior to treatment.


The history of Syneron is one of innovation. With the limitations of intense pulse light (IPL) and conventional laser systems as his inspiration, master physicist, Dr. Michael Kreindel, was determined to come up with a better solution for medical aesthetics. After years of research and development, he created elos (Electro-optical Synergy), the revolutionary technology platform that powers all Syneron medical aesthetics systems. Together, he and his long-time colleague, Dr. Shimon Eckhouse, the inventor and patent holder of IPL, founded Syneron in 2000. Five product families were soon launched from this robust and promising pipeline and the stage was set for a new industry leader. Since then, Syneron has been setting new standards in safety and efficacy for a wide range of medical aesthetic procedures. The Syneron spirit of inspired innovation and commitment to excellence continues to guide the company, today, and into the future.

While lasers were invented in the mid-60s, it wasn't until the mid-70s that the technology had evolved enough to be used safely for dermatological applications. In 1991, physicist Dr. Shimon Eckhouse invented and patented intense pulsed light (IPL), a significant advancement over conventional lasers. A quantum leap occurred in the year 2000, when master physicist, Dr. Michael Kreindel, "combined" IPL technology with bi-polar radio frequency (RF) to create electro-optical synergy or elos as it is now known. This revolutionary technology platform soon set new standards in safety and efficacy for a wide range of medical aesthetic procedures.

Laser Limitations:

Single range
Single wavelength
Very few aesthetic applications
High epidermal absorption
Many treatments required
High risk of pigmentation changes and scarring

IPL Limitations:

Single range
Multiple wavelength
Limited penetration
Poor targeting and selectivity
Continual risk of epidermal pigmentation changes and scarring

The elos Advantage:

Multiple range
Multiple wavelength
Extensive applications
Excellent targeting and selectivity
Improved safety for all skin types (less optical energy compared to conventional lasers and IPLs)
Enhanced penetration for improved treatment results
Additional safety features, including Active Dermal Monitoring and RF electrode contact check

Wrinkle Treatment

​Optical and radio frequency energies used to remodel the dermal layer of the skin
Promotes new collagen growth
Improves textural irregularities like non-dynamic moderate wrinkles, and fine lines.

Acne Treatment

Clinically proven, safe, effective acne treatment
Reduces sebaceous gland activity and destroy active acne
Significantly less energy required than conventional lasers and IPLs


​​Leg Veins/Vascular Lesions 

Easily resolves vascular lesions in 1-3 treatments
Selective thermolysis to vascular lesions and leg veins up to 4-mm
Also ideal for advanced vascular and smaller resistant vessels including fine telangiectasias

IPLFacial for acne plus PCA Chemical Peels for Acne and ZO Medical Skin Care for daily maintenance

Laser Leg Vein Removal x 3 treatments.

Fotofacial plus daily skin care of ZO Medical Products and Neocutis. This photo does not have filters.

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