Aqua Gold® Microinjection
What are the advantages of AQUAGOLD® fine touch™?
AQUAGOLD® fine touch delivers low doses of injectable drugs at a consistent depth and is almost pain-free. This is a major advantage over the conventional syringe manual injection approach for certain sensitive areas, preventing overdosing or getting the needles too deep into the skin.
What is the size of the microchannels?
The microchannels are 600 micrometers (0.6 mm) long and 130 micrometers (0.13 mm) wide, each thinner than a human hair.
How many microchannels are there?
How is AQUAGOLD® fine touch™ different from microneedle devices?
The intended use of AQUAGOLD® fine touch is to inject low doses of drugs into the skin. This is very different from “microneedling”, where the intended use is to wound or stimulate the skin, affecting function or structure of the body. AQUAGOLD® fine touch device is not a microneedling device.
Can AQUAGOLD® fine touch™ be used multiple times?
No. AQUAGOLD® fine touch™ is designed and sterilized for single-patient, single use only.
Why are the AQUAGOLD® fine touch™ microchannels made of gold-plated stainless steel?
The surgical grade stainless steel provides the structural integrity of the microchannel. Pure gold has high biocompatibility with human skin, preventing skin irritation and allergic responses after use. Impurities and other metals may result in unnecessary irritation.
Is Aquavit Life Sciences Inc. an FDA registered establishment?
DISCLAIMER: AQUAGOLD® is not a microneedling device. AQUAGOLD® is a microinjection device. Please refer to the injectable product label for information on adverse reactions, drug interactions and contraindications. Microinjection does not eliminate the risk of allergic reaction caused by the injectable drug used. AQUAGOLD® is hypoallergenic and does not cause product related adverse reactions. AQUAGOLD® is not intended to affect the structure or any function of the body. It may minimize complications such as bruising and bleeding that often occur with regular syringe needle injections