Reaction receives Korean FDA certification

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Viora’s Reaction successfully passes KFDA Regulation

March 29, 2011 – Viora announces that the Reaction™ system has officially received Korean FDA certification.

The KFDA, the Korean subdivision of the Ministry of Health and Welfare, is recognized as one of the most rigorous regulations with extensive product evaluation routines. Despite the strict and thorough process, Viora’s Reaction™ has passed the meticulous tests and was acknowledged by the KFDA as meeting the professional standards required to operating in the Korean medical devices industry. This achievement has opened the doors to a largely growing market as Korea emerges as a prominent player and opinion shaper in the Asian medical aesthetic market.

The Reaction™ system is gaining worldwide recognition and its presence is ever increasing. Following the KFDA certification, Shin-han M&S has ventured in the distribution of Viora’s flagship product and will exclusively distribute Reaction™ in Korea.

Danny Erez, CEO of Viora, was quoted saying, “We are pleased to begin this cooperation with Shin-han which is certain to prove successful and continue Viora’s momentum in the international ring.”

About Reaction
Viora’s Reaction™ is designed for non-invasive body contouring and skin tightening treatments and is the only device of its kind featuring the new-age CORE™ (Channeling Optimized RF Energy) technology combined with vacuum therapy. Reaction™ is currently available in over 50 countries and is endorsed by leading physicians and dermatologists worldwide.

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