|Founder 👔||David Schmidt|
|Headquarters 🏙️||Los Angeles, CA, |
Area served 🗺️
|Products 📟||X39 Patches|
Number of employees
LifeWave was founded in 2004 as a health and wellness company promoting products centered on a range of innovative technologies, most notably, phototherapy. The company rose to prominence after the Stanford University women’s swim team began using its Energy Enhancer Patches to improve athletic performance. While using the patches, numerous members of the team broke personal records. The team also brought the patches to its Olympic trials where the technology gained widespread media exposure.
Since coming into the national spotlight, LifeWave has grown precipitously. Its products are now available in over 100 countries and the company has been featured multiple years on Inc. Magazine’s list of fastest-growing private companies. This recognition has not only been due to the quality of the company’s products, but also its ability to partner with individual distributors seeking both personal and professional growth.
The topical patch technology used by LifeWave was created by CEO and Founder David Schmidt after a long career in business and product development. A fan of Thomas Edison from an early age, Schmidt was always interested in a career that would allow him to use his talent for innovation in a manner that could help others. Before creating his company, he was involved in efforts to develop new models of turbines, jet engines, and processes for creating oxygen and hydrogen.
The products created by the CEO and his company now serve to help benefit a wide range of ailments that can impede on health and wellness. Through the use of reflected wavelengths of light, the company’s topical patches help improve sleep, alleviate pain, and activate stem cells. These actions help return the body to a more youthful and rejuvenated state.