Gainswave, the British home appliance maker best known for its home appliances, has added the home machine to its lineup.

The home iontrophoresis machines, known as Gainswaves, are capable of detecting a person’s body temperature and releasing a powerful electric current that then moves through a person to stimulate tissue growth.

Gainswaves use a large sensor, which is placed in the hand of the consumer, to detect the temperature of a person, and the device then uses sensors in the body to stimulate the growth of new tissue.

Gainwaves have been used in more than 10,000 tests in Australia and the United States, according to Gainswade, and will be available to consumers nationwide by the end of the year.

Gays in the U.S. were first exposed to the home iontherpis machines in 2011, but have since grown in popularity and become more widespread in the United Kingdom, the company said.

The company has received over 200,000 pre-orders, and plans to start shipping its first product, the home encapsulation machines in December.

The GainsWave Home Machines feature features an integrated microprocessor with a high-resolution camera that can detect the skin temperature of the customer and release a surge of power to stimulate growth of tissue.

It can also be used to remove body hair.

Getswade has also developed a wearable medical device, the GainsWade Home Medical Sensor, which was first demonstrated in 2015, that monitors the blood pressure of a patient and sends an alert when a rise in blood pressure is detected.

The device, which Gainswill said will be the first medical device that can be worn in the home, can monitor blood pressure in as little as 30 minutes, according the company.