Advanced Medical Institute drops Rejuvenu devices


Got this the other day from yet another company getting away from their association with Lee Cole and the Super-Phaser Gold.

</font><blockquote><font size=“1” face=“Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif”>quote:</font><hr /><font size=“2” face=“Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif”> Dear Ms. James:

Advanced Medical Institute, Inc. is a very reputable and ethical company. We
proudly display a direct link to the Better Business Bureau as we have never
had a complaint.

Our position has always been that we merely represent information that is
provided to us by the manufacturers of the devices used at our centers.
(Enclosed is a copy of a letter from the American Electrology Association.)

The information that you are displaying on your website regarding Advanced
Medical Institute and its hair removal method using the term “Transdermal
Hair Removal” or any association with Mr. Lee Cole or any of his devices is
inaccurate and harmful to our company.

We have seen some very good results using the method known as “Transdermal
Hair Removal”. However, with the new advancements in technology made
available to us, we have discontinued the method referred to as “Transdermal
Hair Removal” and have discontinued doing business with Mr. Lee Cole or any
of his associate suppliers in all of our locations.

If you will reference our website: you will
see that we are no longer marketing Transdermal Hair Removal and have
discontinued any reference to the term Transdermal Hair Removal in all forms
of our advertisements.

Not all of our centers provide hair removal services, but the ones that do,
have purchased the new EsteLux Pulsed-light hair removal system manufactured
by Palomar. This system has been FDA approved for “Permanent Hair Reduction”.

It would be greatly appreciated if you would be kind enough to delete any and
all negative reference made to the Advanced Medical Institute organization on
your websites.

Thank you in your promptness in resolving this matter.


Wallace M. Schmelz
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[ February 06, 2003, 11:28 AM: Message edited by: Andrea ]


Advanced Medical Institute had an ad in the Sunday Indianapolis Star promoting the Este-Lux IPL system for hair removal.

They claim in the ad that the Este-Lux is 10 times faster than ANY laser!

They also have a buy one get one free deal. Buy a treatment package for one body part and get a second package for another area for free.

The ad was in the sports section so they are definitely targeting men.

Maybe I should have posted this in the Advertising section. Didn’t think of that until now.

Andrea feel free to move it if you want. I couldn’t make up my mind.