Light therapy is very popular among physicians and aestheticians to treat various skin problems such as acne, sun damage (pigmentation), age spots, rosacea etc. It is also used to reduce the appearance of visible veins (spider veins), fine lines as well as wrinkles. Our non-invasive light based technology stimulates the body’s natural healing process to assist in healing various skin conditions. It also promotes natural production of collagen and elastin to leave your skin feeling smooth and appear even.
The SRA applicator is intended for the treatment of superficial benign pigmented and vascular lesions, (such as telangiectasia, rosacea,
poikiloderma and angioma), thus leading to improved skin appearance. The SRA applicator is recommended for the
treatment of lesions that are more resistant and difficult to treat, such as light color pigmented lesions and fine caliber telangiectasia. It is also recommended for treatment once the lesion has been lightened, usually after 2-3 treatments with the SR applicator. The SRA procedure provides a complete area treatment for body areas such as the face, neck, chest, hands and arms. It can be also be employed on sporadic lesions anywhere on the body.
Leg Veins & Telangiectasia
The elōs Plus LV and LVA applicators are intended for treatment of vascular lesions including telangiectasias and leg veins of up to 4 mm in diameter. The elōs Plus leg veins and other vascular lesions treatment utilize elōs technology which combines diode laser energy at 915 nm, and bi-polar radiofrequency(RF) energy. Both
optical and RF components are delivered to the skin as a combined pulse resulting in an efficient and safe treatment.
The AC applicator uses a broad spectrum of light and radio-frequency energies to target the sebaceous unit in the skin. The spectrum of light used is 400-980 nm. The short wavelengths in the blue light spectrum target the P.Acne bacteria in the tubes of the sebaceous glands. The photodynamic reaction between the blue light and the photoporphyrins, which are an integral part of the bacterial
membrane (light- sensitive molecules), results in oxidation and free radical damage to the bacterial cell membrane. P.Acne are destroyed in this free radical environment, reducing bacterial count and stopping the inflammatory process within the sebaceous gland. The red and infra-red portions of the optical spectrum, as well as the radio-frequency energy, have a thermal drying effect deeper in the sebaceous glands to produce and secrete less sebum. The addition
of radio-frequency in the AC application also offers the unique advantage of improving the texture of acneiform skin (which is often left blotchy and rough after acne eruptions). The AC procedure is a low risk treatment with no down-time, which can offer gradual and safe improvements for patients with active papular-papulopustular acne.