Elizabeth Grady Partners with Cynosure to Offer Innovative Treatments

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Elizabeth Grady, a Boston-based esthetics, massage therapy, makeup artistry, and retail product company, announced it will partner with Cynosure, a division of Hologic, to provide 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.

WarmSculpting with SculpSure is a non-surgical body-contouring treatment designed to permanently eliminate fat cells in problem areas, including the abdomen, back, and thighs. It uses laser technology to raise the temperature of body fat to destroy the fat cells, and helps clients achieve their desired results without downtime or surgery.

The Icon Aesthetic System helps with the treatment of surgical and acne scars, stretch marks, and wrinkles, as well as permanent hair reduction. It features the proprietary Skintel Melanin Reader, which determines the average melanin density of skin prior to treatment for ideal treatment settings.

“The services Elizabeth Grady provides for our clients’ skin health is something the company takes great pride in,” says John P. Walsh, president and CEO of The Elizabeth Grady Companies. “We always offer the most advanced technology and products to keep them looking younger longer—that’s why most Elizabeth Grady clients don’t look 30 until they’re 40. Elizabeth Grady is honored to partner with Cynosure, a global leader in energy-based medical aesthetics, and we’re pleased to offer the WarmSculpting and Icon treatments, which expand the services available to our clients, providing them with the most in-demand treatments they’re looking for. The scientific and educational approach that Cynosure provides will strengthen and confirm that Elizabeth Grady professionals are the most sought-after in the field.”

 

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