Information contained on this page is provided by companies via press release distributed through PR Newswire, an independent third-party content provider. PR Newswire, WorldNow and this Station make no warranties or representations in connection therewith.
SOURCE Synoia Technologies
REHOVOT, Israel, March 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
The WISHPro device incorporates the Magnetic Infusion Technology (MIT) that creates a magnetic field. This magnetic field is partially converted to Microcurrent, Red LED, Blue LED, or Magnetic Pulse technologies using the different technology heads and together with the serum-infused treatment capsules, MIT penetrates the active serums into the skin.
Synoia (http://www.synoiatech.com) will attend Cosmoprof Bologna between March 8th to 11th at hall 19 Booth 19M, demonstrating the performance of the WISHPro.
The Magnetic Infusion Technology is based on the physical fact that identicals repel: A positively charged ion in the magnetic field forcibly pushes a positively charged ion from a serum into the skin. MIT creates a rotating magnetic field so that there is a constant barrage of charged ions reacting with the serums. The rotation of this field ensures that as ions "bounce" off of the serum or the skin, they are constantly sent back until full penetration into the skin.
The unique combination of the MIT technology with the personal serum-infused treatment capsules delivers unparalleled results - The WISHPro delivers significant visible results for anti-aging or rejuvenation treatments in just 15 minutes. Fine lines and wrinkles are reduced instantly.
The WISHPro challenges long term anti-aging treatments in the market where results are seen after 5 or 6 treatments and now Synoia, the developers of the WISHPro, are looking for world recognition as "The fastest anti-aging or rejuvenation treatment in the world" with results being visible after just 15 minutes.
Ayelet Mofar:" Attempting to set a Guinness World record is a great way to demonstrate the dramatic speed the WISHPro and we hope our request of the attempt will be approved."
©2012 PR Newswire. All Rights Reserved.