Topical treatment of cutaneous ptosis: Endolift® treatment with 1470-nm wavelength Eufoton® LASEmaR®1500


  • A. Markabayeva JSK “Astana medical university” Department of Family Medicine 2 Nur-Sultan city Kazakhstan
  • D. Kaliterna Poliklinika Poliderma Zagreb Croatia
  • S. Karimov Association of Dermatovenerologists of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
  • A. Abdelmaksoud Mansoura Dermatology Venerology and Leprology Hospital Mansoura Egypt
  • M. Kamalska Heliodor Swiecicki Clinical Hospital of Poznan Poland
  • I. Binić 6Faculty of Medicine Dermatology Office Proderma Nis Serbia


cutaneous ptosis, topical therapy, optical energy, Endolift®, laser treatment, Eufoton® LASEmaR® 1500, 1470 nm


This study was designed to evaluate the efficiency of Endolift®, a novel minimally invasive outpatient laser procedure, for the treatment of cutaneous ptosis. Thirty patients aged 25 to 60, 25 women and 5 men, were enrolled on this study. Twenty women got skin ptosis after pregnancy, while 5 women and 5 men got skin laxity after losing body weight. Patients have undergone a single treatment under local anaesthesia. Treatment was performed using the Endolift® procedure, which consists of the laser Eufoton® LASEmaR® 1500. This device uses a 1470 nm wavelength laser lead by micro-optical fibres of different calibres directly inside the skin. Optimal results were obtained in 70% of patients, 18% had good results, and 12% reported moderate results. No patients reported any hematoma. Ten patients took analgesics for a maximum of two days; 5 reported pain resolved after 7 days. In addition, 8 patients reported their first results after 7 to 20 days improving results over time. The follow-up was done after 1, 3, 6 and 12 months when all patients overcame the expected result. No side effect was recorded. These data confirm that Endolift® is a safe and effective procedure for cutaneous ptosis representing a new category for body treatments and a real alternative to surgery.


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Author Biography

D. Kaliterna, Poliklinika Poliderma Zagreb Croatia

Dinko Kaliterna, MD,

Ulica grada Vukovara 284d 4. kat

Zagreb (Almeria centar)

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How to Cite

Markabayeva, A., Kaliterna, D., Karimov, S., Abdelmaksoud, A., Kamalska, M. and Binić, I. 2023. Topical treatment of cutaneous ptosis: Endolift® treatment with 1470-nm wavelength Eufoton® LASEmaR®1500. Journal of Applied Cosmetology. 41, 1 (Feb. 2023), 45/48. DOI:

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