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Alma Laser is rolling out JuVaShape, a combination of treatments for the face and body available via one platform: the v-Shape. Now doctors can treat all skin types and parts of the body with focused radiofrequency (RF) energy. The platform is versatile enough to reduce fine lines and wrinkles and the appearance of cellulite, and to resurface aging skin. The RF stimulates the production of collagen fibers beneath the skin, which means no downtime. Learn more about JuVaShape at



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Many cosmetic surgeons are recommending Oxygenetix as a recovery aid following laser skin resurfacing, rhinoplasty, laser hair removal, dermabrasion, chemical peels, and injections. The line includes a colorless moisturizer and a foundation that’s matched to skin type. The prime ingredient is Ceravitae, a supercharged oxygen complex that stimulates collagen. It also contains Aloe Barbadensis to help soothe postprocedure irritation. Oxygenetix can be used immediately following procedures. The water-resistant products comprise physical ultraviolet blockers that won’t rub off on your clothing. Products are sold through physician’s offices and via,, and For more information, visit



The message about the importance of reapplying sunscreen often is
finally gaining traction among beachgoers, but this is easier said than done when we are not relaxing surfside (which is more often than not, unfortunately).

TFI Sundust, the latest skin care product from The Few Institute, solves a vexing problem: How do you reapply your sunscreen without ruining your makeup? This brush-on mineral sunscreen keeps you protected throughout the day wherever you are and helps curb that midday shine. It’s available with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 26 and 30, and comes in a wide range of shades, include agate, golden sand, latte, and cafe. The product will retail for $50 on



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Forget mobile search. The next best thing in search technology is Google Glass. These sleek, smart “augmented reality” glasses allow the wearer to ask any question that comes to mind and immediately share the answers, take a photo, and translate a sentence into another language, to name a few capabilities. The best part? No typing… ever. Speak the words, and the data appears right before your eyes, literally. The prototypes are now in the hands of an elite few early adapters who entered a lottery and paid $1,500 to get their eyes on the goggles.

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