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Posted: June 9, 2008, from the January 2007 issue of Skin Inc. magazine.

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Bryan Johns, president and CEO, iS Clinical

“We strongly believe that today, most skin care experts will tell you that the days of traumatizing and thinning the skin are passé. Noninvasive products and technology designed to strengthen and repair the skin are the wave of the future. LED photomodulation represents an important departure from lasers and IPL, which rely on thermally injuring the skin in order to prompt a reaction. You will see more and more LED devices being used and promoted worldwide. In addition, LED will enter a new phase—integrating multiple wavelengths. It’s a question of offering the best possible treatment to your clients every time they walk into the spa.”

Jennifer Brodeur, co-owner and co-founder, Flip4

“Members of the baby boomer generation have walked headfirst into the demographic for facial rejuvenation. They currently are spending billions on skin care, and eight out of 10 are afraid of the current procedures.”

Tony Case, president, Lumiere Light Therapie