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FDA and Face Filler Warnings…

Posted Nov 18 2008 3:14pm

Well perhaps not a moment too soon this device was approved today and perhaps maybe an alternative  treatment.  BD 

FDA Clears The DPL (Deep Penetrating Light) Therapy System For Over-the-Counter - Home Use

This looks very interesting, as it appears you can have both minor pain relief and work on your wrinkles at the same time, so you have a choice toimagestrap on the unit or use it on the stand as shown below.

The before and after pictures look pretty good for the treatment of wrinkles.  It certainly appears to be a move to devices from the standard creams and lotions that have been available in the past for both beauty and pain relief.  The special price shown onthe web site today is $349.00.

(AP) -- Hundreds of thousands of baby boomer women who think they've found an antidote to aging in cosmetic facial fillers must be better informed of possible risks, government health advisers said Tuesday. A panel of independent advisers urged the Food and Drug Administration to revise the labeling to include the possibility of long lasting reactions such as bumps under the skin, blotches and scars. "It is almost a no-brainer," said Dr. Michael Bigby, a Harvard Medical School dermatologist. "The current label is not adequate." The gel-like fillers, which have become hugely popular in the last few years, are injected into the face to smooth away wrinkles.

FDA panel: Tell consumers about facial filler risks

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