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Meet the increasing demand for aesthetic and dermatological procedures with a single multi-application platform.1,2

With 21 indications for use,1,2 the Nordlys system is configured with pre-set aesthetic and dermatologic treatments that have been developed and designed for over 20 years to meet your needs.

The Nordlys system quartet of technologies includes:

Candela SWT

Nordlys Ellipse IPL Technology

Unique IPL with narrowband technology defined by dual filters and sub-millisecond pulses for exceptional skin rejuvenation* and vascular treatments, as well as hair removal.1

Frax 1550

Nordlys Frax 1550 Technology

Non-ablative fractional treatment for skin resurfacing2 with SoftCool for comfort during treatment.3

Frax 1940

Nordlys Frax 1940 Technology

For shallow resurfacing, reaching the epidermis and superficial dermis (up to 200 μm)3 with SoftCool for comfort during treatment.3

Nd:YAG 1064

Nordlys Nd:YAG 1064 Technology

Designed to treat vascular lesions, including leg veins and port wine stains. Integrated SoftCool allows greater comfort during and after treatment.1-3

Advanced technology as the cornerstone of your practice

Nordlys provides your practice with 6 big advantages:

  1. Extensive treatment options: IPL and lasers.1-3
  2. Powerful sub-millisecond IPL pulses.1-3
  3. Quiet and ergonomic operation.3
  4. Guided treatments for a short learning curve.3
  5. Patient database for ease of use.3
  6. Remote assistance for service support.3

Key benefits of the Nordlys system

Designed for ultimate ease of use.

The Nordlys system’s clinical intelligence is designed to facilitate a quick learning curve. It has different treatment modes available for the user

  • Guided mode
  • Expert mode

As users become more adept, they can further customize treatment settings.3

Work quietly in a comfortable environment3

  • User has a clear view of the treatment area
  • Device is very quiet in operation, providing a relaxed environment for both operator and the person being treated

Reliability matters3

  • Secure, Wi-Fi–enabled remote assistance
  • Diagnose and update your device (during or after working hours) for effective service support
  • Patient database allows you to build a patient record and review treatment history

Smart design3

  • Adjustable arm easily moves the screen and tray into the desired position
  • Switch settings or accessories without moving a step
  • Applicators have flexible cables to reduce the risk of repetitive strain injury
  • Accessories tray keeps glasses and gel close at hand

Offer your patients the new skin illuminating treatment available exclusively through the Nordlys platform.

Light and Bright

Our clinical and marketing teams are here to help you get started with treatment training and review of clinical studies, white papers and practice marketing materials to help you grow your business.

To learn more about the Nordlys platform and its Light & Bright treatment capabilities, contact your Candela product expert today!

Clinically proven results across indications

87% of physicians surveyed chose multi-application devices vs. single-application devices4

See what experts have to say about Nordlys system

Build your practice on 4 foundational technologies.

Learn how the Nordlys system can help your practice meet the demand for the most desired treatments.


IPL Photorejuvenation treatment
Covid-19 has put practicality at the forefront the past year, but beauty and wellness is a resilient industry, with the potential to thrive once again in a post-pandemic world. During the 2008 financial crisis, for example, the annual growth rate of the global cosmetics market plunged to 1%. But a year later, it bounced back with a 4.2% growth rate.

* As defined by improvement in pigmentation.

  1. Nordlys, CE Mark.
  2. Nordlys, Frax 1940 CE Mark.
  3. Nordlys User Manual, 2020.
  4. Wizer. Global market research, July 2017. Candela, data on file.
  5. Bjerring P, Christiansen K, Troilius A, Dierickx C. Facial photo rejuvenation using two different intense pulsed light (IPL) wavelength bands. Lasers Surg Med. 2004;34(2):120-126.