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Solei Systems, Inc., Announces That the Company Is Now Publicly Traded
Date:5/2/2008

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Light Therapy Systems (LTS) is a research and development company that manufactures commercial phototherapy equipment for skin care applications to the health, beauty, and medical industries. Light Emitting Diode Phototherapy: Mono-Chromatic Photo Light Therapy at specific wavelengths and has been proven to treat a number of skin disorders by NASA and other research institutes throughout the world. The product line includes patent pending equipment that utilizes clinically research-proven high-power light-emitting diodes (LED) light therapy technology for a variety of health and medical applications. LED therapy is a non-invasive procedure that activates skin cells with pulses of highly specialized mono-chromatic, non-thermal light energy. LED therapy converts light energy within the skin cells, like photosynthesis, which takes sunlight and converts it into food energy in plants. The company uses Philips Luxeon K2 LEDs, the most robust and powerful LEDs available. With this technology, Light Therapy Systems has developed the following professional grade equipment: Skin-Rejuvenation facial Wrinkle and Hand Treatment which is unique, Skin-Refining Acne Treatment, Skin-Smo
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