We have taken a practice that was once only administered by trained professionals and brought it right into your home. Although the strength of our "Soft Touch Laser" is not as powerful as most medical lasers, the idea is conceptually the same. What makes our new product stand out is the integration of our topical skin care system to specifically assist the laser to stimulate the regenerative power of your skin. Nulase was developed by Joseph Christian, a Certified Laser Technician, along with Chemical Engineers, Professor Ed Armamento & Gilda C. Alvarez. Our group has an extensive history of developing unique and innovative skin care products for many well know companies. Mr. Christian began noticing improvements in patient's skin when incorporating topical products with low level laser therapy in the course of his practice. From this idea it took 4 years to develop the Soft Touch Laser and a topical skin care system that enhanced it. What we came up with is "Laser Enhanced Skin Care" which uses a patented Nano Delivery System to feed your skin cells "specific nutrients" that react with light energy. The concept: Just as all living things react positively to light, so does your skin cells, feed them the right restorative nutrients at the same time and the result is a beautiful new complexion.
Mr. Christian, is an entrepreneur who sells and markets medical laser equipment in Los Angeles. He has studied at both the University of Southern California & the University of Texas. Professor Armamento holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from Adamson University. As a Professor of chemical engineering and chemistry, he has studied cosmetic formulations in France, Asia and the United States. Professor Armamento also holds a Masters in Chemical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts. Gilda Alvarez for 20 years was the Senior Cosmetic Chemist for a major American cosmetic company. There she was responsible for formulating all kinds of innovative cosmetic products. She studied at the Matua Institue of Technology in Asia, before receiving her degree in Chemistry from St. Louis University in 1975 as a National Science Development Board Scholar. She is currently the Senior Chemist for a well known American Corporation.