3 advanced technologies to help you look and feel your best.
Everyone’s skin is unique and not all skin conditions can be treated the same way. That’s why the Nordlys™ system offers three different state-of-the-art technologies:
Ellipse SWT® (short for Selective Waveband Technology) uses exclusive technology to target problem areas with very narrow light beams. Result: less heat on your skin. And fewer treatments compared to other SWT®s.1
Frax 1550 laser delivers very small, controlled bursts of heat energy to resurface skin.2 Thanks to the laser’s unique technology, treatments can be customised to your specific needs.2 Treatments take just a short time, and healing and recovery are quick.
Nd:YAG 1064 laser is designed to treat a wide range of skin concerns — from leg veins to port wine stains. Its built-in SoftCool™ technology delivers a stream of cool air for greater comfort during and after treatment.3
- Facial photo rejuvenation using two different Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) wavelength bands. Peter Bjerring, MD et al. (Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 34: 120 - 126, 2004).
- Ellipse Nordlys™ 510(k) clearance (K161162), September 2016.
- W. James Tidwell, Courtney Green, Daniel Jensen & E. Victor Ross (2018) Clinical evaluation and in-vivo analysis of the performance of a fractional infrared 1550 nm laser system for skin rejuvenation, Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy.
- Jiang Li, et al. Clinical Study and Evaluation of Treatment of Face Acne Vulgaris with Intense Pulsed Light. Chin J Dermato Venerol Integ Trad W Med. 2009;8(6).
- Hai-Ling Z, Wen-lin Y, Dong Z, Kai-hua Y. Clinical application of Ellipse Flex intense pulsed light in facial skin diseases in 349 patients. Chinese Journal of Medical Aesthetics and Cosmetology. 2007;13(6):335-337.
- Zeng D, et al. Hair removal with Ellipse Flex intense pulsed light system. Chin J Aesthet Med. 2006;15(11).
- Hee Lee J, Huh C-H, Yoon HJ, Cho KH. Photo-epilation results of axillary hair in dark-skinned patients by intense pulsed light: comparison between different wavelengths and pulse width. Dermatol Surg. 2006;32(2):234-240.
- Tidwell WJ, Green C, Jensen D, Ross EV. Clinical evaluation and in-vivo analysis of the performance of a fractional infrared 1550 nm laser system for skin rejuvenation. J Cosmet Laser Ther. 2018;20(6):1-4.
- Bjerring P, Christiansen K, Troilius A. Intense pulsed light source for treatment of facial telangiectasias. J Cosmet Laser Ther. 2001;3(4):169-173.
- Kim BY, Moon H-R, Ryu HJ. Comparative efficacy of short-pulsed intense pulsed light and pulsed dye laser to treat rosacea. J Cosmet Laser Ther. DOI: 10.1080/14764172.2018.1528371.
- Chang SE, Ahn SJ, Rhee DY, Choi JH, et al. Treatment of facial acne papules and pustules in Korean patients using an intense pulsed light device equipped with a 530- to 750-nm filter. Dermatol Surg. 2007;33(6):676-679. Chang SE, Ahn SJ, Rhee DY, Choi JH, et al. Treatment of facial acne papules and pustules in Korean patients using an intense pulsed light device equipped with a 530- to 750-nm filter. Dermatol Surg. 2007;33(6):676-679.
- US patent registration: 8226696B1. Candela, data on file.
- Bjerring P, Christiansen K, Troilius A, Derickx C. Facial photo rejuvenation using two different intense pulsed light (IPL) wavelength bands. Lasers Surg Med. 2004;34(2)120-126.
- Photorejuvenation by Intense Pulsed Light with objective measurement of skin colour in Japanese patients. Kei Negishi, MD et al. (Dermatol Surg 2006; 32: 1380 - 1387) – Durch Fachleute überprüfte Artikel