Esthetique Solutions Group (ESG) Named Exclusive U.S. Distributor for Revolutionary New WISHPro Esthetic Device
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SOURCE Esthetique Solutions Group
DENVER, March 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Synoia Technologies, Ltd. announced that Esthetique Solutions Group has been chosen as the exclusive U.S. distributor for the WISHPro esthetic device.
WISHPro is the first esthetic device to incorporate the patented Magnetic Infusion Technology (MIT). MIT not only creates power for multiple modalities but also creates a magnetic field that aids in product penetration.
Combining MIT with other modalities (Red LED, Blue LED, Microcurent, Magnetic Pulse) and potent serums creates immediate results on the skin. Significant improvement is seen with just 15 minutes of treatment. The cordless and compact design means no more expensive, bulky and difficult to operate machines.
Synoia Technologies, Ltd. is a leading Israeli manufacturer of aesthetic equipment. The new WISHPro device is the result of 4 years of research, over $4 million of investment and multiple worldwide patents. Ayelet Mofar, CEO of Synoia, started the WISHPro revolution in Europe and Israel and is now changing the face of esthetics in America.
About Esthetique Solutions Group
Esthetique Solutions Group is a leader in the esthetic distribution field, providing innovative products and professional education to spas, estheticians and medical offices throughout the United States. Esthetique Solutions will be hosting launch parties throughout the country and will have the WISHPro available at all major esthetic tradeshows.
Media Contact: Tom Murphy, Esthetique Solutions Group, 1-877-WISHPro, firstname.lastname@example.org
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