|By PR Newswire||
|August 19, 2014 02:00 PM EDT||
SARASOTA, Fla., Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Baby Quasar today announced a partnership placing Light Rayz skin care tools, Pure Rayz and Clear Rayz, on the shelves of GBS The Beauty Store, Florida's number one company of beauty boutiques and salons. Baby Quasar, which is also based in Florida, manufactures the most powerful and trusted anti-aging and acne-reducing skin care tools for home use.
"GBS has built of reputation of offering the best products for head-to-toe beauty and align perfectly with our sales and marketing strategy," said Baby Quasar President, Peter Nesbitt. "Our reputation at Baby Quasar is unprecedented in the development of LED light therapy skin care tools. It's a win-win partnership opportunity for GBS and Baby Quasar, and we are excited to that their trained professional staff can now educate their loyal customers on the benefits of our tools and technology."
GBS launched Baby Quasar's Pure Rayz and Clear Rayz in July. Both tools retail for $249 and include a five-year warranty. All seven GBS stores, located in South Florida, will carry Baby Quasar's masstige skin care tools.
"As a leader in beauty retail, we are always looking for innovative products to offer our customers, and Baby Quasar's Light Rayz line perfectly complements our customers' demands for high-tech beauty," said Ken Bern, President of GBS The Beauty Store. "In just a short time, we have received overwhelmingly positive feedback from our sales staff and customers, and we look forward to a long term partnership with Baby Quasar and offering Clear Rayz and Pure Rayz for many years."
Pure Rayz debuted last December and achieved phenomenal success. The LED red light skin care tool is FDA-cleared to treat wrinkles and fine lines and is the most powerful anti-aging device available for home use. It is four times more powerful than the competition and generates four wavelengths of light. More power means better penetration, and the deeper the penetration of light in your skin, the better your results will be. Pure Rayz retails for $249.
Clear Rayz is FDA-cleared for the treatment of inflammatory acne anywhere on the body no matter your age, skin type, or skin tone. The two-in-one device is designed to use blue light to kill the bacteria that cause blemishes. The other side features red light which reduces inflammation associated with breakouts. This palm-sized dynamo packs a powerful punch with two equally large treatment faces.
Both tools require a specific treatment plan for maximum results and are completely safe to use on all skin tones and types. No downtime is required, and treatment is convenient and pain-free.
About GBS The Beauty Store
Named the Best Unique Beauty Boutique in Florida, and profiled in Instyle and Allure magazine for bringing the best in beauty to South Florida, GBS The Beauty Store stocks your favorite cosmetics, skincare, nail-care and hair-care brands from across the globe. The family-owned beauty retailer, currently serving six locations from Boca to Pinecrest, is set to launch its seventh store (GBS' second in Fort Lauderdale) this October. For more information, check out GBS' website www.gbsbeauty.com.
About Baby Quasar
Headquartered in Sarasota, FL, Baby Quasar manufactures FDA-cleared premium consumer skin care tools that offer five-year to lifetime warranties. Since 2007, the light therapy tools have aided in reduction of wrinkles and treatment of acne, providing four times more absorption than any other comparable device on the market. The family-owned company is committed to the belief that offering superior products with outstanding customer care is the only way to do business. All Baby Quasar tools are made in the USA. For more information, visit babyquasar.com.
SOURCE Baby Quasar
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