The Czech company Medical Esthetic took part in the international Cosmedex Congress in Chisinau on June 20-22.
This year, Moldova hosted the fourth season of Cosmedex, a global educational platform created by Estet (Ukraine) and the School of Professor Yana Yutskovskaya (Russia), where the best specialists in aesthetic medicine exchange their experiences. This year, speakers from 24 countries of the world spoke at the congress.
At the stand of Medical Esthetic, dermatologist, cosmetologist Marina Panko presented a unique apparatus Jett Plasma made in the Czech Republic. Medical Esthetic is the exclusive distributor of the Jett Plasma direct current electrocoagulator on the post-Soviet market.
The uniqueness of Jett Plasma is a special patented technology based on direct current. The device affects the skin without contact. An electric current passes through the air and forms a plasma beam. Jett Plasma uses low-temperature, not higher than 80 degrees Celsius, plasma that renews the skin, increasing its elasticity and enhancing local immunity. The plasma beam is neutral, harmless to the body, does not cause complications. Using Jett Plasma, you can remove benign tumors, perform non-invasive blepharoplasty, correct wrinkles, and treat acne.
Medical Esthetic is also the developer and manufacturer of Elma RF, a radio frequency lifting machine, and Elma Derm's own regenerative cosmetics line. In addition, since 2013 Medical Esthetic has been organizing and conducting dissection courses and anatomical studies for doctors in Prague.
Medical Esthetic products aroused great interest at the Cosmedex congress.
“These were dynamic, full of positive emotions, discussions and creativity for three days,” said Yana Yutskovskaya at the congress.
The congress ended with a fun themed gala dinner “Moldavian Wedding”.