INFINI is going to revolutionize radio frequency. It's going to make all the other radio frequency technologies obsolete. And what it is, it's a fractionated micro-needling radio frequency. So what it does is it uses 49 micro-needles per pulse that penetrate the skin, anywhere from 0.25mm up to 3.5. You dial it in to different depths and it releases a radio frequency charge, 49 of them with each pulse. So why it's different than all the other radio frequencies, is it doesn't affect the skin whatsoever. So there is no risk of pigmentation issues, there is no risk of what lasers have, with hyper or hypo pigmentation or eye risk. But you are also getting the heat down to the level you really want it. The downtime is approximately 24 to 36 hours of some redness. My wife had it done, she went to yoga immediately afterwards and went running the following morning. So it's really the next step in radio frequency. There are a couple of challengers out there, but they all aren't as good in my opinion. What we do is we put topical on the skin for approximately 45 minutes to an hour. The same topical that you would have for Fraxel, let's say. The procedure lasts for a half-hour for the face, 45 minutes if you include the neck and the face. And by the way, you can use it on all parts of the body. We usually recommend three treatments. There is no pain afterwards whatsoever. The other thing that's really going to be interesting is using the INFINI for hyperhidrosis. We're doing some trials now and the results are now positive. It takes us about 15 minutes to do. There is no swelling, no downtime, done with topical only, and it's going to require two, maybe three treatments. Hyperhidrosis is when you have excessive sweat production. And it can occur in the hands, under the arms and on the feet. I'm not talking about anywhere but under the arms right now. There's a medical definition for hyperhidrosis, but then there are people who just are bothered by the sweat and just want to sweat less. So we can do it for them too. But micro-needling is definitely here to stay. And we are finding that it's a potential entry for drugs by creating holes in the skin. You can improve the absorption of topicals by 50 times. So micro-needling is just getting started and it's going to be a big deal.

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