Expand your business beyond the face
Moving aesthetic treatments beyond the face not only extends a practice, it also considers the whole patient. Addressing off face concerns makes for a more holistic rejuvenation journey and higher long-term patient satisfaction.
The Nordlys™ system is a multi-application platform with the ability to treat 22 indications*, many of which extend treatments to various body areas.1-4 Whether a patient wants to remove body hair, minimize leg veins, or clear nails, this platform is packed with treatment options.
The Nordlys system has 4 primary technologies: Selective Waveband Technology (SWT®) IPL, fractional non-ablative lasers (Frax 1550™ and Frax 1940™) for both deeper and more shallow resurfacing needs, and an Nd:YAG 1064 nm laser. The device treats pigmentation, resurfaces skin, removes unwanted hair and is a vascularity treatment powerhouse.1-4
Originally designed in Denmark, the Nordlys has significantly advanced intense pulsed light (IPL) treatment. Removing unnecessary light wavelengths to minimize treatment risk and integrating water filtration and ultra-short pulses, the proprietary design has revolutionized IPL, making for treatments with 50% less fluence required compared to broadband IPL (BBL)5 – for improved comfort, low downtime, and enabling use of multiple technologies in a single session – all without compromising results.1-5
Learn more about Nordlys by typing “Nordlys” in the top search bar of the Candela website and clicking the search box for Nordlys on our resources “OnDemand Webinars” page. There you will find a variety of discussions from expert system users reviewing a wide range of treatments, from pigmentation and vascularity to the business-related aspects of owning a Nordlys system.
1. Frax 1940 for Nordlys & Frax Pro Systems, 510(k) clearance (K212492), December 2021.
2. Nordlys Health Canada Medical Device Licence (108788), January 2023.
3. Nordlys User Manual, 2022.
4. Candela, data on file, 2023.
5. Bjerring P, et al. Facial photo rejuvenation using two different intense pulsed light (IPL) wavelength bands. Lasers Surg Med. 2004;34(2):120-126.