56 days ago

Beauty Therapy BARGAIN - Teeth Whitening Blue LED Professional Device

David from NatuneHeal - Holistic Wellness & BioEnergy Therapy Centre

Usual RRP $4999 + GST. SPECIAL $2125 + GST (SAVE > $2500!)

Professional Teeth Whitening Lamp, light, flexible & mobile (with wheels).

119 Power LED light units, 50/60 Hz, Blue LED light intensity 168888uW/cm2, Blue wavelength 460 - 490 nm, light intensity 9000MCD

Includes:

-14 x Mouth adaptors

- 1 x R-20 Tooth Shade Guide in a protective case

- 2 x Protective Eye Goggles

- Official Training Guide for NZCTWA Registration of Cosmetic Teeth Whitening Practitioners

- Client Information & Consent Forms

- After Care & Follow Up Information

Excellent BARGAIN for expanding services in a Beauty Salon or Dentistry business. Hardly used (on-off for 1 year or so). Selling the product due to a renewed focus of our new business, which is no longer requiring beauty therapy services.

Pick up is in Thorndon (Wellington).

Price: $2,125

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