How does the Light & Bright™ treatment work?
The treatment combines patented, narrowband, dual filter IPL photorejuventation with the Ellipse IPL™ and the Frax 1550™ fractional non-ablative handpiece to treat vascular and pigmented lesions and textural irregularities via skin resurfacing.
Clinically proven results
What does the Light & Bright™ protocol treat?
- Visible benign pigmented lesions and/or
- Visible diffuse redness, rosacea and/or
- Visible telangiectasias
- Mild-moderate textural irregularities* on face or chest
The assurance of 95% patient satisfaction1
After undergoing a series of three treatments to various areas of the face or the chest with the Nordlys™ System’s IPL photorejuvenation with the Ellipse IPL and Frax 1550 handpieces, 95% of treated patients report they are satisfied or extremely satisfied one month after treatment completion with improvement in skin texture* and in signs of photoageing1**
A clinical study of 22 subjects found high patient satisfaction2 following a series of three Ellipse IPL, including photorejuvenation with Ellipse IPL, and Frax 1550 treatments to the face and/or chest. Subject satisfaction continued to improve during the treatment series, particularly for those patients who were extremely satisfied at the one-month follow-up visit. Investigator assessments showed improvement in pigmentary and vascular dyschromia after the first treatment and continued to improve with successive treatments. Clinical photography demonstrated visible improvement in photoaged skin. The versatility of having access to a selection of IPL photorejuvenation with the Ellipse IPL handpieces with dual filtering and a fractional resurfacing handpiece in one multi-application, multi- technology platform allows for the treatment of various clinical indications in one treatment session.
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* Improvement of textural irregularities via skin resurfacing"
** Via reduction in pigmentation, vascularity and improvement in textural irregularities via skin resurfacing.
References: 1. Light & Bright Treatment. Data on file, Candela 2020. 2. Data on file from the Light & Bright™ clinical study, patient questionnaire responses, 2019.