A Coolifting knockoff can be found from China, is it the same?
No, it is a counterfeit unit that is not safe, not tested, and not approved for professional use. The counterfeit units are built using non-compliant parts and do not meet safety standards. These units have known faults, are dangerous and have injured many people around the world, from gas units exploding to electrocution of the user. The Chinese sellers of the units are not manufacturers, they are salespeople selling faulty counterfeit machines. All clinics that use counterfeit machines have not been covered by insurance when damages were done to a staff member and/or client.
The Frozen Skin unit is not allowed to be professionally used in Australia, it is dangerous and is not a viable option.
Can I use Frozen Skin consumables in my Coolifting beauty gun?
No, using non-compliant consumables voids all warranties for your Coolifting unit. You are also knowingly endangering a client by using counterfeit non-certified medical equipment. We take public safety very seriously, if a claim is made and a business has been caught using counterfeit products, we forward a report to relevant industry authorities for investigation. Whilst the packaging may look similar, even going as far as to copy the logo, the ingredients and chemicals used in the consumables are very different and are not comparable.
No, you will void all warranties and endanger clients and staff.
The proprietary unit that is safe to use in clinics
Made in Spain
Meets Australian TGA Standards
Owns the original CE certification
Comes with Australian Consumer Protection
12 month warranty guaranteed by law
Complies with Australian Insurance provider policies and can be insured
A professional, quality-controlled product.