[CES 2019] FR Medical Lab Draws Attention by Presenting Dr.plajin, Cosmetic Medical Appliance

FR Medical Lab showed plasma cosmetic medical device in CES 2019, the world’s largest technology show held in Las Vegas, United States, from January 8 (Tue) to 11 (Fri).

FR Medical Lab, founded in 2018, is a specialized company which collaborates with doctors and medical equipment specialists in making cosmetic medical devices. It uses plasma technology to produce domestic cosmetic appliances, plasma mask, scalp treatment appliance, and other various products.

Dr.plajin is a non-contact device producing low-temperature plasma ion which helps vaccination and regeneration of skin; men and women of all ages can use it. On top of that, it is a pain-free device adequate for children as well as world’s first non-contact plasma device.

Another product that came along is Dr.placoco, a nasal inflammation treatment device. Dr.placoco is still in clinical demonstration, and mass production is expected to be released within six months.

The world’s first non-contact plasma device exceeds the clinical performance measurement of other similar products; atopy can be treated as well. It is intuitive and harmless to the body because it is below the standard level of UI 6. Ozone, Radon, Electromagnetic wave safety verification.

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2019 CES is an innovative place where the tech companies that will be leading fourth industrial revolution future are attending.

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