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ManeGain’s Growth Continues to Flow with Waterstone

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Austin, TX – November 12, 2010: Waterstone Aesthetics, located just north of the University of Texas’ “The Drag” section of Guadalupe Street, has joined with ManeGain to offer a therapy to naturally treat hair thinning and hair loss. Waterstone Aesthetics was founded with the commitment to combining the art and science of skin and hair treatments and products in order to address each client’s unique requirements to rejuvenate and restore their youthful look of vitality and beauty. Waterstone makes the fifth high end salon to offer the ManeGain Hair Rejuvenation Therapy in the last month.

When asked why Waterstone wanted to add this Therapy, Blanca Urano, Waterstone’s co- founder said, “We started Waterstone with the ideal that real beauty is treated from within, not just created with makeup.  We are committed to only offering products, treatments, and regimens that restore, rejuvenate and refresh the skin, hair and body.  The (ManeGain) Therapy is totally in line with our philosophy of offering an all natural way to restore people’s youthful look in an non-invasion, chemically free way.  It is fantastic that this Therapy is all about using a persons’ own healing potential to regrow hair and that the technology puts energy back into the scalp in order for it to restore and produce a stronger, more healthy hair follicle.”

The ManeGain Station, which looks very much like a lady’s salon hair dryer, combines three types of pulsed energies: Low Level Lasers, Visible Light, and Magnetic Energy.  In combination, these therapies remove the underlying cause of hair loss by first knocking the hormones off the affected hair follicles.  ManeGain’s CEO, Barry Thornton, explains, “The basic cause of hair loss is known to be hormones, but no one was sure exactly what was happening on a cellular level.  ManeGain’s research was able to determine exactly the “root” causes of hair loss, and once that discovery was made, we were able to take this treatment and combine it with two other technologies into what is now ManeGain.”

Jeffrey Fry, ManeGain Marketing Chief added, “I love that Waterstone believes beauty is about treating the whole body with pure, authentic products and not just covering up problems. Their location is in one of the hippest places anywhere, and this means their clientele demand a certain level of purity and quality in the products.  In addition, their customers have discriminating tastes that demand the use of all natural, organic treatments and products.  Waterstone continues to advocate the same beliefs we do and will be a pivotal ally in expanding this belief in Austin as we reach 10 salons. Mr. Fry went on to say, “Waterstone is a great choice because they understand how treating their customers can be a transformational personal experience that translates into greater personal confidence and self image. Waterstone’s excellent reputation and fashion image in the community makes it one of a handful of unique Salons in Austin, and our unique Therapy offers a natural way to restore, rejuvenate, and regrow hair.”

The ManeGain Station involves no special procedures or protocols, and clients sit under the unit for 25 minute sessions.  The technology has been approved by the FDA, and there are no known side effects or contraindications.  ManeGain is so confident of this technology, that they even offer a confidence guarantee to alopecia sufferers that if your hair does not begin to regrow and you are not completely satisfied, they will refund your money.

For more information about Waterstone Aesthetics, you can contact them at www.waterstoneaesthetics.com or call them at (512) 373-7546.

For more information about ManeGain, you can contact them at www.manegain.com or call at (877) 5-REGROW or email at info@manegain.com.

ManeGain offers a technology for people to regrow their hair naturally without drugs or chemicals.  The company was founded in order to bring the benefits of this revolutionary technology from out of the doctors’ offices to a more mass market.

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