Fort Lauderdale, FL – May 14, 2021 – Advance-Esthetic, a leader in MedSpa equipment, has officially launched the Zemits Light Expert 2.0 in the United States. The advanced IPL system is based on the power of electrical and light optical synergy. The Zemits medical device offers individuals safe treatment from multiple medical and aesthetic issues including acne, facial blemishes, and permanent hair removal. The Zemits Light Expert 2.0 can also be used to rejuvenate skin, reduce pigmentation, and removal freckles and vascular lesions.
The MedSpa device will enable operators to treat a variety of patients safely and accurately. The light system works on the basis of selective thermolysis technology which is similar to lasers. The Light Expert 2.0 delivers a concentrated amount of light energy that is produced by a Xenon flash lamp in the broad spectrum of 400 to 1200 nm. Different types of filters can be attached to the unit to alter the wavelength and strength of the laser. When coupled with a trained technician, the Zemits Light Expert 2.0 is a phenomenal tool for any aesthetician or practice.
Advance-Esthetic is now selling the Light Expert 2.0 in the US for the first-time, and aestheticians and spa owners can get the latest upgraded product on the market. Being able to provide clients the latest advances in MedSpa technology can keep an aesthetician in business. The all-in-one device allows spas and practices to offer multiple services in just one easy-to-use device. The Light Expert 2.0 can be viewed via virtual tour.
Advance-Esthetic delivers to all 50 US states. Spa owners can purchase the Light Expert 2.0 and begin using the advanced device to treat clients in no time. Technicians are able to gain certification to use Advance-Esthetic’s products through the company’s training program. Certification enables technicians to learn to safely and effectively use the Light Expert 2.0.
For more information on the Zemits Light Expert 2.0, please visit the official product page.
Company Name: Advance-Esthetic
Contact Person: Media Relations
Country: United States