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LightStim Partners with Ulta Beauty

April 24, 2013

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LightStim, a manufacturer of LED devices, entered into a strategic retail partnership with Ulta Beauty. The company will introduce its best-selling LightStim for Wrinkles at-home LED device, the first Over-The-Counter device to gain FDA Clearance to treat full-face wrinkles, to a targeted 50 Ulta Beauty doors and ulta.com beginning mid-April 2013 for a retail price of $249. 
 
"Partnering with Ulta provides us with the opportunity to reach the sophisticated modern woman, and offer her a non-invasive, clinically-proven option to treat wrinkles on her entire face," said Steve Marchese, CEO of LightStim.  "We are confident that with our tested innovation that provides proven results, and Ulta’s authoritative reputation in beauty, this partnership will be a true success."
 

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