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New ULTRASLIM Device is Placed in Longwood, FL
Advanced Photonic Systems announced today that two more UltraSlim non-invasive body contouring systems are now in place at Slim Contour Laser, located at 262 West SR 434, Longwood, Florida 32750.
Advanced Photonic Systems has enjoyed great success with initial sales of the UltraSlim non-invasive body contouring device. Slim Contour Laser is the third non-invasive body contouring chain to exclusively select UltraSlim for their fat reduction and skin rejuvenation.
In January, FitSlim Laser agreed to put UltraSlim in all of its locations, including eight Gold’s Gyms and several day spas in Auburndale, Altamonte Springs, Clermont, Doctor Phillips, Lakeland, Mount Dora, Orlando, Saint Cloud, Sebring, and Winter Haven, Florida.
Recently, MedSlim Laser added UltraSlim at each of its non-invasive body sculpting centers and in two physician offices, replacing their entire fleet of Zerona devices. Sales at MedSlim Laser have been boosted by four Groupon daily deal promotions for UltraSlim in the past three months, selling thousands of UltraSlim treatment sessions.
"Consumer satisfaction and demand are the keys to our increased growth of placements,"
UltraSlim uses a patent pending process to modulate flashing red lights that “trick” the mitochondria in the nucleus of the fat cells into releasing their contents. Excess fat is removed naturally by the body, without the negative side effects and downtime associated with invasive procedures such as liposuction.
About Advanced Photonic Systems
Advanced Photonic Systems is dedicated to research and development of commercially successful photonic technologies.
The flagship product, UltraSlim, is designed and manufactured in Florida, primarily with components from North Carolina and Canada.
UltraSlim’s revolutionary non-invasive body contouring technology, along with a unique business model, enhances profitability by eliminating the risks associated with purchasing capital equipment. For more information, visit http://www.AdvancedPhotonicSystems.com.