Fittop Announces the Launch of Smart Multi-Functional Beauty Devices at Cosmoprof Asia Digital Week

HONG KONG, Oct. 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Fittop, a National High-tech Enterprise, will be launching its latest smart beauty devices at Cosmoprof Asia Digital Week, Cosmoprof Asia’s first-ever online event to be held on 9-13 November 2020.

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These devices consist of Fittop’s upgraded facial cleansing brush L-Sonic and new offerings including the RF Beauty Device aimed at improving skin problems, as well as the Plasma Acne Beauty Device and Blue LED Light Acne Beauty Device, both targeting acne skin.

Revamped L-Sonic Facial Cleansing Brush

To provide users with a more comfortable skin care experience, Fittop has upgraded its L-Sonic Facial Cleansing Brush by equipping it with an ultrasonic motor core. With this new improvement, vibrations can only be felt on the bristles, not the entire body of the device, thus offering a comfortable hand grip and pleasant user experience.

Other new features of the device include:

  • Unique thick and thin dual silicone bristles design – Thick silicone bristles provide easy cleansing to the nose wing, T-zone and other areas that are prone to oil secretion; while the thin silicone bristles are designed to gently clean the sensitive and dedicate areas of the skin.
  • Three modes of cleansing intensity to meet different skin requirements.
  • Three LED lights for calming the skin and acne removal – Red light promotes cell activation and energy revitalisation, green light rejuvenates and soothes the skin, while blue light calms the skin and removes acne.
  • 3D sonic technology for deep-cleansing of skin pores – Brush bristles vibrate 1.1mm horizontally and rotate 5° forward and backward. This high-frequency vibration assists in the removal of oil and dirt deep within the pores.
  • New Beauty Devices

    On the other hand, Fittop’s novel RF Beauty Device is aimed at improving skin problems such as dehydration, poor absorption of essence, large pores, rough texture, lack of elasticity, and slow metabolism through the use of high radio frequency energy which penetrates deep into the dermis. This process not only activates collagen production, but stimulates the metabolism as well.

    Meanwhile, the Plasma Acne Beauty Device uses plasma rejuvenation technology to purify the skin by removing mites and bacteria from the skin’s surface while stimulating collagen regeneration and smoothening acne pits and marks; and the Blue LED Light Acne Beauty Device emits blue light waves that are able to penetrate into the dermis to destroy acne-causing bacteria that may have taken residence in the skin.

    Founded in 2006, Fittop is actively involved in the research and development of high-tech beauty devices, having obtained a number of utility model patents. Fittop is always providing the unique and the most competitive products, which are exported to more than 20 countries, including the United States, Canada, Germany, Japan, and widely recognised by customers at home and abroad. Visit if you like to learn more about Fittop in advance to Cosmoprof Asia Digital Week.

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