Therma Bright, Inc. (TSX.V: THRM) (OTC: THRBF) Provides Technology for Clear and Healthy Skin

Uses heat and light energy to provide non-invasive and pain-free skin care InterceptCS provides cold sore prevention with controlled topical heat TherOZap relieves symptoms caused by insect and marine life bites and stings, holds potential for inhibiting mosquito-borne viruses A third product is in development to treat joint pain through the combination of cannabis and thermal technology

Therma Bright, Inc. (TSX.V: THRM) (OTC: THRBF) is a progressive medical device technology company focused on serving the $21 billion cosmeceutical industry by providing products, devices and treatments that address dermatological needs. The company believes that clear and healthy skin should not be a privilege for those who can afford costly procedures and treatments, but rather a possibility that is accessible for all.

Heat and light energy are used by ThermaBright to provide non-invasive and pain-free skin care. This proprietary technology has received Class II medical device status from…

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Based on double blind placebo study the InterceptCS is approved for the claim “For prevention of cold sores when used within 3 hours of the onset of the prodrome.” by Health Canada. The InterceptCS is not approved by the United States FDA for any claim of clinical indication, clinical efficacy, and/or cure or prevention of disease.

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