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Quasar Bio-Tech

About Quasar Bio-Tech

Quasar Bio-Techcurrently manufactures professional and consumer light therapy devices. Using selected wavelengths of natural light, these devices are used to improve the appearance of skin (anti-aging), heal acne, grow hair, strengthen nails, relieve pain, and improve athletic performance. The Company will soon launch a new line of mass consumer products priced below $100.

Headquarters Location

1431 Tallevast Road

Sarasota, Florida, 34243,

United States


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Quasar Bio-Tech Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Quasar Bio-Tech's headquarters?

    Quasar Bio-Tech's headquarters is located at 1431 Tallevast Road, Sarasota.

  • Who are Quasar Bio-Tech's competitors?

    Competitors of Quasar Bio-Tech include MyoScience, CyDen, UltraShape, Follica, AesThera and 10 more.

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