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Long-Lasting Hair Removal Results At-Home With Dermatologist Dr. Judith Hellman and NEW Silk'n Flash&Go 5K

NEW YORK, April 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the A.A.D., consumers looking to achieve permanent hair removal continue to transition away from professional, often costly, in-office treatments to physician recommended at-home devices. Due to recent laser and light technology advancements, brands like Silk'n have been able to manufacture safe, effective tools to achieve results comparable to those administered by a dermatologist or spa specialist.

The Silk'n Flash&Go 5K helps to achieve smooth, hair-free skin at-home and comes highly recommended by top physicians including board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Judith Hellman. An upgraded version to the Flash&Go, this FDA-cleared tool features 5,000 pulses and a large treatment spot size of 4cm, for quicker results and increased efficacy. The Luxx Lifetime Cartridge, a new add-on option for this device, features 120,000 pulses of HPL for unlimited usage.

Dr. Judith Hellman says, "Utilizing a pulsed light technology scaled for home use, the device targets the dark color in the roots of actively growing hairs. The heat delivered to the hair roots causes them to stop functioning over time, thus creating hair-free skin in the areas treated. The devices' sophisticated design also makes sure that only the roots are effected, not the surrounding skin, resulting in a safe yet effective method. Similar treatments at a medispa would cost thousands of dollars, but the Flash&Go 5K delivers the same result for a fraction of the cost. It's a win-win."

Availability: Silk'n Flash&Go 5K, $199; Silk'n Luxx Lifetime Cartridge, $99 at www.silkn.com

About Home Skinovations
Home Skinovations Ltd, the award-winning, internationally acclaimed global leader in professional aesthetic devices for home use, is a private company with a mission to develop, manufacture and sell the safest and most effective consumer devices. A team of skilled scientists, engineers and business executives have a successful and lengthy record of introducing innovative light, laser and LED based products to the global aesthetic devices market. The Silk'n family of at home products has over 1 million users world-wide and has been featured in TV shows and magazines such as O, the Oprah Magazine, The Rachael Ray Show, The Doctors, Dr. Oz, Allure, Vogue and more. Home Skinovations manufactures the Flash&Go, SensEpil and SensEpil 65K at home hair removal devices for permanent reduction of unwanted hair, the FaceFX for anti-aging and the Blue for acne treatment. Silk'n has received international recognition for Best Laser Hair Removal, Product of the Year – Hair Removal, and Product of the Year - Anti-Aging.

SOURCE Home Skinovations Ltd.

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