Uplevity clinical skincare subsidiar Nurysh releases Lyft 2.0 – the latest iteration of its 7-function anti-aging tool which has received FDA Class II clearance for treating acne, fine lines, and wrinkles.
Lyft 2.0 incorporates seven technologies designed to stimulate dermal activity to create tighter, younger-looking skin. By emitting negative and positive ions that work together to deeply cleanse the face and break up blemishes and impurities, Lyft 2.0 facilitates regenerative skincare management. Using micro-vibration biowave technology, the device also stimulates collagen and elastin production to repair damage caused by aging and environmental stimulants. Three light therapy settings target and address acne, anti-aging, uneven skin tone, and other concerns, the company explains in a media release.
“Leveraging the latest vibration and galvanic technology, Lyft 2.0 is a safe, organic and non-surgical facelift that does everything from skin exfoliation for a more youthful glow to toned muscles for a natural boost,” explains Thomas Kraft, founder and owner of Nurysh, in the release.
“The gentle waves of the micro current improve blood flow and lymphatic drainage to face, neck and hands – resulting in balanced-out skin pigmentation; decreased fine lines, wrinkles, redness and puffiness; smaller pore sizes; acne reduction; and better scar coverage.”
[Source(s): Nurysh, PR Newswire]