Revolutionizing Skin Care: The Needle-Free PRP Application Device

Revolutionizing Skin Care: The Needle-Free PRP Application Device

The CuraCator™, a medical device invented by board-certified dermatologist Dr. Janine Hopkins, has revolutionized the way medical products are applied after skin procedures such as laser resurfacing and microneedling. According to a recent article by Air-Tite, a medical supply company, the device was met with great excitement at The Aesthetics Show in July 2022, with many attendees exclaiming, "Wow! Why didn’t I think of that?"

After seeing such great results at the conference Air-Tite began to distribute the CuraCator™! This is a great partnership that we are both excited about. 

The CuraCator™ offers a solution to the current inefficient and potentially dangerous methods of applying products, such as dripping them directly onto the skin with an open-ended syringe or using a needle-attached syringe. The CuraCator™ allows for a needle-free and controlled application of these expensive products to skin and other tissue. Air-Tite went on to say, “Not only does the CuraCator™ solve the problem of dispensing the products, but it also provides the solution to dispersing them across the skin evenly and smoothly.”

Furthermore, the device reduces waste of expensive products and offers practitioners the option to send the excess product home with their patients for at-home care or use the remainder of the product while in the clinic for additional cosmetic treatments, such as PRP scalp injections.

The CuraCator™ is a Class 1 FDA approved medical device accessory and connects to any Luer lock syringe. It has undergone fluid physics studies and has been proven to be effective with products of varying viscosities, including liquids, gels, ointments, and creams. Each CuraCator™ is individually packaged and sterilized for single-use only.


The CuraCator™ has become the new standard of care in the medical industry by providing a safe, controlled, and sterile method of applying products to skin or other tissue.

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