Webinar: A Unique Light-activated Therapy for Skin Rejuvenation

A Unique Light-activated Therapy for Skin Rejuvenation A Unique Light-activated Therapy for Skin Rejuvenation

A Unique Light-activated Therapy for Skin Rejuvenation
Presented and sponsored by GlycoAla

Light therapy is commonly used in aesthetics for its ability to rejuvenate the skin, and now you can take those great results to the next level! Learn about the science behind photodynamic therapy in this informational webinar. Photodynamic therapy in aesthetics is the use of a topically applied photo-sensitizing agent followed by light therapy to create positive changes in the skin. Medical photodynamic therapy has been used for several years showing superior results for the treatment of abnormal lesions, acne, and even cancer. GlycoAla is the first cosmetic form of photodynamic therapy. GlycoAla is a unique, cosmetic, light-activated gel that is designed to help reduce and prevent the visible signs of aging. GlycoAla reduces the appearance of pore size, fine lines, and photodamage. It also creates the appearance of a softer, plumper skin texture with increased firmness.  Are your clients tired and frustrated with the downtime and discomfort associated with more aggressive treatments for antiaging? Photodynamic therapy just might be the answer you’re looking for!


Terri Wojak is a highly sought-after professional with over 20 years of experience in the aesthetic industry. She is the education director of GlycoAla and runs her own aesthetic education company, Aesthetics Exposed Education. She is a respected authority on skin care in a medical setting, education, and business development on multiple levels. Wojak has built 50 individual courses based on skin care in a medical setting. More than 100 articles by Wojak have appeared in a multitude of industry magazines and she has published two books, “Aesthetics Exposed: Mastering Skin Care in a Medical Setting & Beyond,” in May 2014, and “Mastering Medical Esthetics,” debuted in 2009. Wojak has trained over 5,000 aestheticians and medical professionals on the importance of incorporating skin care into cosmetic medicine, ultimately helping patients and medical providers alike.







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