Huge Success in the Symposium Hosted by Classys at IMCAS Paris 2015 Ultraformer and Clatuu gained highest praise from world-renowned dermatologists
Wednesday, February 4th, 2015
Classys, a medical device company, held a symposium successfully at IMCAS (International Master Course on Aging Skin) Paris 2015. IMCAS ended on February 1, is one of the most important and largest international anti-aging courses to gather the worldwide plastic surgeons and dermatologists and to share their latest technologies and opinions.Classys attracted great attention with its hosted symposium that was attended by a large number of world-renowned surgeons and dermatologists. Symposium was composed by speeches of Dr. Benjamin Ascher (a plastic surgeon, France), a founder of IMCAS, Dr. Michael H. Gold (a dermatologist, USA), a president-elect of DASIL, Vanderbilt Univ. associate professor, Dr. Klaus Fritz (Germany), a president of German Academy of Dermatology (DDA), a former president of EADV and ESLD, and Dr. Bertrand Pusel (a dermatologist, France), a vice-chairman of France Laser Group.During the symposium, there was a heated discussion among the attendants about the cutting edge technology applied in Classys’s Ultraformer.
“Ultraformer is an innovative device that can provide both lifting and tightening effect on the face and neck after one treatment session by using high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) to heat the skin layer. It is also remarkably easy to use for enabling sophisticated procedure,” said Dr. Ascher. He added that the efficacy of ultraformer is quite impressive.“Ultraformer is a product that makes a lifting effect with high intensity focused ultrasound to create thermal coagulation zones on skin dermis and SMAS (superficial muscular aponeurotic system) layer. Clatuu is a body shaping equipment to help reduce fat without any scars and side effects by using cooling lipolysis,” said Dr. Pusel.Classys has been providing HIFU equipment for skincare and non-surgical fat freezing devices since its establishment in 2007. The company is currently exporting products to 50 countries including UK, France, Russia, China, and Turkey while it is moving towards a global medical provider. Classys is set on taking over the markets in Europe with its successful symposium in Paris.