What is Light & Bright™ treatment?
Rejuvenate* and refresh your skin with new Light & Bright treatment!
The Light & BrightTM treatment is an exciting new aesthetic treatment that can remove dark spots, reduce redness, and improve textural irregularities via skin resurfacing. The treatment combines two advanced technologies found on the Nordlys system. Light & Bright treatment uses both a patented intense pulsed light (IPL) technology called Ellipse IPLTM and a Frax 1550TM laser on the face and chest areas to rejuvenate* your skin. The treatment does not break the skin, so the downtime is minimal.
*Skin rejuvenation is defined as the treatment of benign pigmented lesions (pigmentation/dark spots) and vascular lesions (vascularity).
100% of patients saw a lightening in pigmentation*
100% of patients saw a reduction in vascular appearance*
What you can expect - Your treatment experience
|Prior to your Light & Bright treatment, you and your healthcare provider will meet to discuss your treatment goals. It is important to avoid tanning (sun, tanning salons and self-tanning products) before and during the treatment period.|
|The Light & Bright treatment consists of a course of 3 sessions, but this may vary according to what will be treated. Your healthcare provider will review with you how many sessions you may need.|
|Your healthcare provider may use an anesthetic/ numbing cream to reduce discomfort. The treatment procedure will generally take between 30-45 minutes.|
|After treatment, your skin may benefit from applying a cold damp cloth to your face or from using an ointment prescribed by your healthcare provider.|
|You may notice a sloughing off of some skin or a darkening of some pigmented spots for a few days following the treatment. After that, you will find your skin looks smoother, fresher and glowing.|
|Talk to your healthcare provider about what you can expect with your individual treatment.|
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*Source: Data on file from the Light & Bright clinical study, patient questionnaire responses, 2019.