Today, Simulated Environment Concepts announced that its SpaCapsule has been featured in the New York Times, the Miami Herald and the Robb Report, as well as prominent luxury catalogs like Hammacher-Schlemmer and Frontgate, as interest in active weight loss and cellulite reduction continues to rise.

“Consumers have shown considerable interest in SpaCapsule as evidenced by our growing presence in popular luxury magazines and catalogs,” stated Dr. Ella Frenkel, President & CEO of Simulated Environment Concepts, Inc. (SE Concepts). “We have been featured in the very popular consumer publications and catalogs which highlight devices that result in weight loss, cellulite control, as well as destressing and rejuvenation of the body, a category we know quite well.”

According to the press release, the company has received a flood of orders, attributed to the growing publicity surrounding the SpaCapsule. “As our publicity momentum endures, we continue to receive orders domestically and from around the world,” stated Dr. Ilya Spivak, Marketing Director of SE Concepts and Co-Inventor of the SpaCapsule.

SE Concepts anticipates receiving additional international publicity for its SpaCapsule product as the company attends its first convention of the New Year, the Arab Health Dubai International Convention, later this month. To maximize market penetration potential, the company has prepared a customized unit specifically for this show.

“With over 60 countries in attendance of this event, we’re expecting to sell more units this year than any previous year since the company’s inception; and keep in mind that the global Muslim population is approximately 1.82 billion individuals. Considering the strict modesty rules preventing cross-gender massage, this expo opens the door to our SpaCapsules being used by the Islamic communities throughout the world, positioning our company for continuous expansion, viability and growth,” concluded Dr. Spivak.

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