LED and Phototherapy

Light emitting diode (LED) treatments are a revolutionary approach to maximize facial rejuvenation by non-invasive techniques. Phototherapy with LED devices have been studied for the past 20 years, generating evidence-based results about this therapy.

Just as a plant absorbs and converts sunlight into cellular energy, skin absorbs therapeutic light and uses it to stimulate cellular regeneration and to produce collagen and elastin, to kill Propionibacterium acnes (P acnes) bacteria, to reduce inflammation and to speed acne healing.

The application of non-ablative skin rejuvenation using laser and intense pulsed light (IPL) sources to repair the results of chronological and photo-aging of the skin is one of the fastest growing procedures for dermatological and aesthetic clinics. However, instead of treating the symptoms of chronological and photo-aging, it seems logical to prevent or halt them at an early stage through the use of less invasive or less damaging phototherapeutic techniques.

The evolution of therapeutic LEDs, plus the development of super-luminescent LEDs with extremely narrow bandwidths, has offered the esthetic dermatologist a new and exciting tool. LEDs can be placed in arrays developed and designed to deliver precise doses of phototherapeutic energy over comparatively short periods of time.

The Soli-Lite system offers a wide variety of non-invasive treatments, suitable for all skin types, colours and aging that provide visible results with no downtime.

Soli-Lite device is indicated for: acne treatment, skin rejuvenation (wrinkles, skin laxity, and photo-aging), improvement in visual aspect of scars (stretch marks, or other) or acne marks, improvement in visual aspect of damaged skin. It also helps reduce rash, infrared light can also be used for temporary relief of minor muscle and joint pain and muscle spasm; relieving stiffness and promoting the relaxation of muscle tissue.