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ASEA Redox Products
These products are the first and only on the market that contains active redox signaling molecules, cellular messengers vital in protecting, rejuvenating, and restoring cells. These molecules, native to the human body, are created through a groundbreaking, patented process that reorganizes molecules of natural salt and purified water into redox signaling molecules.
RENU Gel is part of a topical delivery system that supports and revitalizes your skin using redox signaling technology. This innovative product takes care of your body from the outside in, giving you healthy, youthful-looking skin.

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Dr. Jacklin Meshkanian


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The Ideal Light is an FDA registered product under Registration Number 10061373.

It's registered as a Class II medical device and is indicated for use in the therapeutic relief of
muscle and joint pain and increasing of blood circulation.  

The device is considered to be a Physical Medicine Therapeutic device.  

We are currently still pending FDA Clearance in regards to “Red Light LED Family of Products".

The clearance is for use as a non-invasive dermatological aesthetic treatment used in the reduction of the circumference of hips, waist, and thighs” as per our indications for use statement submitted with the FDA in our 510K Clearance application.

LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) are different from laser diodes and are not subject to the Federal laser product performance standard.  An ordinary source of visible light, like the sun or a light bulb, emits a mixture of invisible and visible light like waves. These waves have varying lengths and move in all directions. These differing “wavelengths” produce different types of light, such as ultraviolet, violet, blue, green, red, and infrared.

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