This is welcome news for users, who’ve been concerned about ongoing support following the company’s decision to stop manufacturing the device.
In place of the ReAura Aftercare Complex, Philips recommends using an aloe vera cream or gel or, if preferred, a mild moisturising cream.
It seems ironic that Philips should be recommending skincare from Tria Beauty, who followed Philips into the home laser skin rejuvenation market with a rival device that has proved popular - it costs several hundred pounds less than the ReAura! Users though will welcome that Philips has put their interests first.
The ReAura was ground-breaking when it launched in 2011. It was developed in conjunction with the makers of Fraxel, widely considered to be the gold standard for non-ablative fractional lasers.