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Business Beat 7-10-14

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A new business has opened here at 319 3rd St. NW with the goal of making you look...and feel young again! BodyBrite is a national brand with more than 200 centers worldwide...but only 20 in the United States after the opening here this spring. . Dawn Berg operates BodyBrite Minot. She says the IPL technology or Intense Pulsated Light -- they use for hair removal and skin rejuvenation is showing promising results...

(Dawn Berg - BodyBrite Minot) "IPL is similar to laser but it is safer and gentler and actually yields better results."

BodyBrite strives to bring a high-end style service to the Bakken region. Berg says the services are wide-ranging, and they work with individual clients to find a price point that fits...

(Dawn Berg - BodyBrite Minot) "People who are struggling with fine lines, sun spots, age spots even acre can benefit from these treatments."

Another four BodyBrite locations are slated to open across the state soon. With Business Beat, I'm Perry Olson.

 

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