Chasing Youth: Delivering Rejuvenation Equipment by Airfreight
Wrinkles are the unavoidable sign of the age-related skin changes that disturbed women at all times. Thousands of scientists around the world work on skin and body aging problem. Technologies in this sphere made a great progress, and once popular surgery regeneration methods are being replaced by no less effective but much gentler machine skin treatment methods.
The anti-age equipment technologies have gained reputation of success around the world. With broad utilization spectrum,the basic directions are lifting, regeneration, and acne prone correction. Modern anti-age equipment provides safe and fast, noninvasive, comfortable and not time consuming methods for treating of variety of skin defects.
The multifunctional equipment combines several units working with micro currents, such as ultrasonic lamps and innovative LED lamps. Due to ultrasonic waves the skin is micro massaged, which makes the tissues work and energies the skin. As a result the skin starts to shine and looks more toned again.
Cosmetology equipment provided by the Korean companies is one of the recognized leaders on the international market of anti-age machines producers . The technologies applied in Korean machines set the new efficiency and safety standards of cosmetology procedures. That’s why professionals around the world choose Korean producers.
This month Delivery World performed airfreight delivery of anti-age equipment from Seoul, Korea, to Moscow. We were chosen as experienced and reliable freight forwarder dealing with various complicity cargo for many years. Soon this equipment will be delivered to spa and medical centers of the city.Back to news list
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