Lamps and panels for red light therapy

Our products are modern premium category products. Based on the latest research, we use the most modern technologies. Generally, there are devices available on the market that use 1 or 2 wavelengths for red light therapy. We were among the first in Europe to introduce 5 wavelength phototherapy lamps and panels.


MIOLITE – device for the therapy of the mouth, teeth and gums

Our MIOLITE device for polarized light therapy for the mouth and gums is world patented. We will present it to the European market.


VIVAMAX – polarized light therapy device

Our VIVAMAX LIGHT polarized light therapy device features the most advanced light therapy technology. We are introducing it to the European market and its efficiency is higher than that of traditional light therapy.



Ultraviolet light therapy

Sunlight, including UV radiation, is essential for our body.

  • It stimulates vitamin D production
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Improves well-being

UV therapy, when applied correctly, is like sunbathing on vacation or in the mountains. It can be particularly useful

  • eczema
  • psoriasis
  • to treat itching

Protective glasses must be worn during treatments, and cosmetic treatments are different from medical treatments. Improper use of UV treatment can cause significant skin damage and other problems!

UVA light therapy

This light therapy also reaches the deeper layers of the skin and increases the production of skin pigment,  i.e. it results in a tan. This light therapy is mainly used in cosmetics. It must be handled with due care, i.e. care must be taken in handling

  • intensity (power and distance of the light source) and
  • for its duration

UVB light therapy

UVB radiation only penetrates the epidermis, has a shorter wavelength, and is used to relieve skin itching . Since it is stronger and has a shorter wavelength than UVA radiation, it is necessary to pay more attention to the intensity and duration of the irradiation, in order not to cause injury or burns.

Infrared light therapy

Infrared therapy is a method that uses light to treat acute or chronic pain. It is a simple and painless therapy used in various fields of medicine.


What is infrared therapy?

Infrared light is the heat that people feel when exposed to sunlight. Infrared light therapy is one of the many innovative therapies being tried to treat acute or chronic pain. The therapy uses specific wavelengths of light that are directed at damaged areas of the body.

In contrast to ultraviolet light – which has a harmful effect on the body’s tissues and cells – infrared light

  • helps in cell regeneration or self-repair,
  • improves the circulation of oxygen-rich blood in the body,
  • promotes faster healing of deep tissues,
  • relieves pain.

One of the characteristics of infrared light is that it penetrates below the layers of the skin, providing a much greater depth that can effectively relieve pain. In fact, this invasive, natural and painless method offers a wide range of health benefits without damaging the skin from UV rays.

 How does infrared therapy work?

Infrared light penetrates about 2 to 7 centimeters deep into the inner layers of the skin, reaching muscles, nerves and even bones . Several studies have shown that infrared light frequencies with wavelengths between 700 and 1000 nanometers are the best for healing inflammatory conditions.

Infrared therapy

  • to improve wound healing,
  • to reduce pain caused by arthritis,
  • to increase endorphin levels
  • for bioactivation of neuromodulators

are used.

Infrared therapy technology allows people to enjoy the benefits of the sun without being exposed to harmful ultraviolet radiation. In addition, infrared therapy is safe and effective with no harmful side effects. In fact, infrared light is safe and is even used on babies in the neonatal intensive care unit.

Infrared light is absorbed by photoreceptors in cells. After absorption, the light energy initiates a series of metabolic events that initiate many natural processes in the body at the cellular level.

The key to the effectiveness of infrared light therapy may be nitric oxide, a gas vital to the health of the body’s arteries. Nitric oxide is a powerful cell signaling molecule that helps relax arteries, fights free radicals to reduce oxidative stress, prevents platelets from sticking together in blood vessels, and regulates blood pressure. Therefore, this molecule increases blood circulation to deliver vital nutrients and oxygen to injured and damaged tissues in the body.

The increase in blood flow to different parts of the body allows oxygen and nutrients to reach the cells, allowing them to function properly and efficiently. Therefore, this therapy stimulates the regeneration and repair of damaged tissues, reduces pain and inflammation.

Infrared light therapy is used to treat a variety of medical conditions, including:

  • backache,
  • arthritis,
  • bursitis,
  • blunt trauma,
  • muscle strain,
  • carpal tunnel syndrome,
  • neck pain,
  • backache,
  • diabetic neuropathy,
  • rheumatoid arthritist, t
  • emporomandibular joint pain (TMJ),
  • tendinitis,
  • wound care,
  • sciatica treatment and
  • treatment of surgical incisions.

The present and future of infrared therapy

Infrared light therapy is a safe and effective way to reduce pain and treat many ailments. It appears to be a safe, effective and drug-free method for long-term pain relief. It also helps to heal damaged body parts.

Treating injuries has many benefits, such as reducing pain, reducing inflammation, and restoring function to the affected body part.

Other conditions that can be treated with infrared therapy include:

  • joint pain
  • arthritis,
  • muscle pain
  • spinal injuries,
  • the nerve pains and
  • sports injuries.


Use of hard-laser light

As a technology that offers a high level of flexibility, sustainability, productivity and precision, the laser has been widely used and successful in many industries, including manufacturing, chemical production and processing, automotive and, perhaps most famously, healthcare and medicine.

Laser technology is less invasive than traditional surgery. It’s faster, more efficient, and most importantly, reduces post-operative discomfort and the chance of infection. As a result, more and more surgeons are using the technology for many procedures. Some of these include:

Cosmetic surgery

Lines and wrinkles, precancerous lesions, and skin-tightening procedures to treat acne and scars, for example, can often be treated with an aggressive ablative laser, such as a CO2 laser.

The CO2 laser is also used to remove warts and skin tags, and to cut skin in laser surgery.

Refractive eye surgery

These procedures often use a special excimer laser (sometimes called an exciplex laser), a form of UV laser that emits a cold beam to gently reshape the cornea and treat common vision problems such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.

Dental procedures

Tooth decay, gum disease, removal of lesions, teeth whitening – dentists often use lasers to perform the above tasks. In surgical dentistry, lasers are used to precisely cut or vaporize the tissue it comes in contact with. During teeth whitening procedures, the laser acts as a heat source, enhancing the effect of teeth whitening agents.

We do not sell hard lasers in our online store.

Soft-laser light therapy

Low-level laser therapy (LLLT), cold laser therapy, photobiomodulation (PBM) or red light therapy is a medical method that affects the surface of the body with low-level (low-power) lasers.

While laser medicine uses high-powered lasers to cut or destroy tissue, it is claimed that the use of low-powered lasers

  • relieves pain or
  • stimulates and improves cell function.

The effects appear to be limited to a specific set of wavelengths, and new research has shown efficacy

  • in the fight against myopia
  • rheumatoid arthritis and
  • inflammation of the oral mucosa

also in treatment.

LED light therapy

LED (light-emitting diode) light therapy treats various skin conditions and problems, such as acne, wrinkles and psoriasis. It comes in different types, including red light LED therapy and blue light LED therapy, which are sometimes used in combination.

What is LED light therapy?

LED (light-emitting diode) light therapy is a non-invasive treatment that improves the condition of the skin by penetrating the layers of the skin.

In the 1990s, NASA began studying the effects of LEDs in helping astronauts heal their wounds by promoting cell and tissue growth.

Today, dermatologists and estheticians often use LED light therapy to treat a variety of skin problems. Skin specialists often use LED light therapy in conjunction with other treatments such as creams, ointments, and facials for best results.

You can also buy a range of at-home devices that use LED light therapy, including LED masks.

What is LED light therapy good for?

LED light therapy can help treat many skin problems and conditions, including:

  • Eczema.
  • Hair loss.
  • Mild to moderate acne.
  • Psoriasis.
  • Rough, scaly, precancerous spots on the skin (actinic keratosis).
  • Rosacea.
  • Sun damage.
  • Wounds.
  • Wrinkles.

In some cases, LED light therapy can treat small and superficial basal cell carcinoma (BCC). BCC, the most common type of skin cancer, affects about 3.6 million Americans each year.

Are there different LED light therapies?

LED light therapy uses different wavelengths that correspond to different visible colors. Each color penetrates the skin at a different depth.

  • Blue light  affects the top layer of the skin.
  • The yellow light  penetrates deeper.
  • The red light  continues to spread into your skin.
  • Near-infrared  light penetrates the deepest.

Different LED colors do different things. For example, experts believe:

  • Red LED light therapy can reduce inflammation and stimulate the production of collagen, a protein responsible for younger-looking skin, the production of which decreases with age.
  • Blue LED light therapy can kill acne-causing bacteria ( P. acnes ).

During treatment, skin specialists may use a combination of lights to treat your specific problem. Home appliances can also combine colors.

Does LED light therapy really work?

Research shows that LED light therapy can help reduce and improve certain skin conditions and problems. However, regular treatments are needed to improve the condition of the skin.

Medical LED light therapy uses more powerful equipment than home devices, so they can be more effective, but home therapy can also produce visible results.

What does LED light therapy not treat?

LED light therapy does not help:

  • Acne cysts.
  • Blackheads.
  • Acne vulgaris.

Some research has also found that blue light therapy can contribute  to aging  , as free radicals can damage the skin.

How long does LED light therapy take?

A series of in-office treatments are usually required to achieve significant benefits. You may need treatment every week for about a month. After that, maintenance treatments may be needed every month or every few months.

Some home devices can also require considerable time. You may need to use the device for 30 to 60 minutes twice a day for four to five weeks. Other tools only take a few minutes a day.

Who should not benefit from LED light therapy?

LED light therapy is not suitable for everyone, including those who:

  • They take medications that increase their sensitivity to sunlight, such as isotretinoin and lithium.
  • These are e.g. those suffering from skin cancer and inherited eye disease.

What happens before LED light therapy?

A clean, make-up-free face is required before treatment at the clinic or at home. In a Dyógyfürdő or dermatologist’s office, you can receive additional treatments before LED light therapy, such as a facial. Wear safety glasses to protect your eyes from bright lights.

What happens during in-office LED light therapy?

After wearing the goggles, lie on your back while your healthcare provider places the LED light therapy device over your face. During the entire treatment, lie still while the device works. The treatment usually takes about 20 minutes.

LED light therapy is a non-invasive, painless treatment. You may feel warmth during the treatment, but you should not feel any discomfort.

How is the home device used?

There are many home devices – from masks to wands to other hand tools. Instructions will vary depending on the device purchased.

For example, you can wear some LED masks on your face for a few minutes every day. You can sit or lie straight with these. With hand tools, you can hold the device at a distance of 25-50 cm from your face for 10 minutes.

Whichever tool you choose, follow the instructions carefully.

What happens after LED light therapy?

After LED light therapy, you can return to your normal activities with one exception, but stay out of the sun for a few days and apply extra sunscreen.

What are the advantages of LED light therapy?

LED light therapy can:

  • Acne treatment.
  • It can reduce wrinkles
  • It can help with wound healing.

People of any skin type and color can use LED light therapy. LED light therapy does not use  ultraviolet (UV) light  , so it does not cause damage or burns to the skin.

What are the risks of LED light therapy?

LED light therapy is a safe, relatively risk-free treatment. If you’re thinking about buying a home mask or device, make sure it’s labeled “FDA-cleared” or “FDA-approved.” Also, wear protective eyewear, such as sunglasses or special goggles, and follow the instructions carefully to make sure you are using the device properly.

Side effects of LED light therapy are rare, but do occur sometimes. If side effects occur, they may include:

  • Increased inflammation.
  • Rashes.
  • Redness.
  • Pain.

Experts caution that while LED light therapy appears safe in the short term, there is less information about its long-term safety.

How can I make sure LED light therapy is right for me?

Before going to a spa for LED light therapy or buying a home device, consult a dermatologist. This way you can get a proper diagnosis and treatment for your skin problem. For example, what looks like aging, blotchy skin can actually be skin cancer!

A consultation with a dermatologist can also confirm that in-office or at-home LED light therapy is a suitable treatment option for your needs.

What is the recovery time after LED light therapy?

There is no recovery time for LED light therapy. In addition to avoiding the sun for 48 hours after treatment, you can return to your normal daily routine. Unlike other skin treatments, such as chemical peels, the skin is not damaged.

When should I contact my healthcare provider?

If you experience these signs after LED light therapy, contact your healthcare provider:

  • Hives.
  • Inflammation.
  • Pain.
  • Rash or redness.

In summary:

LED light therapy is a non-invasive, painless treatment for a variety of skin problems and conditions. You can perform this treatment in a spa, beautician, dermatologist’s office, or buy a home device. Although LED light therapy is generally safe, consult your dermatologist before trying this treatment. LED light therapy isn’t right for everyone, and experts don’t know much about its long-term effects. However, a healthcare provider can help you decide if this is the right treatment for you.

Source: Cleveland Clinic

LED polarized light therapy

Polarized Light Therapy is a complementary light treatment that can promote well-being, relaxation and vitality. Polarized light therapy can bring beauty and energy. Our bodies need the stimulation of light to stay healthy. Polarized light is better than sunlight in some cases and favors the body’s hormonal fluxes. It has a therapeutic and rejuvenating effect.

It has no known negative side effects.

Properties of polarized light therapy:

  • It beautifies the skin, can reduce wrinkles and sagging, reduce eye bags, change the skin tone, make the skin bright and vibrant.
  • Increases energy and cellular activity “Cell biostimulation”.
  • It results in cell rejuvenation.
  • It improves blood and lymph circulation, which promotes the removal of waste products and better nutrition of cells.
  • Eliminates fluid retention.
  • Increases protein synthesis, collagen and elastin production.

How does polarized light therapy help?

    • It increases collagen connections, which restores damaged skin. The light is absorbed by the fibroblasts, which produce the energy needed to produce collagen, which has an anti-wrinkle and firming effect.
    • It helps better absorption of vitamins and nutrients, especially vitamin D and calcium…
    • It helps eliminate dermatological problems: acne, rosacea, seborrheic dermatitis, atopic, psoriasis, hair loss-alopecia, cold sores…
    • Stimulates cell regeneration processes. Helps heal wounds: ulcers, veins, ulna, postoperative.
    • It brings the body back into balance.
    • Eliminates stress, anxiety and seasonal depressions: chronic fatigue and lack of motivation, increased appetite and weight, and inability to feel happy. It increases the production of endorphins.
    • It strengthens the immune system and increases vitality. .
    • It helps to eliminate pain and inflammatory processes “rheumatism, arthritis, rheumatic arthritis, postoperative…”.
    • It strengthens muscles, improves sports injuries and eliminates contractures.
    • It helps eliminate infections, allergies, asthma, sinusitis…

How do the results appear?

Results are usually immediate after a series of treatments.

What adverse side effects have you experienced?

Polarized light therapy has no known adverse side effects.

What are the contraindications?

    • Pregnant women in the abdominal area, to be safe…”
    • Patients with pacemakers in the area of the heart…
    • Transplant patients or immunosuppressed patients…”

Source: Clinicalaserpuebla

It follows from the above facts that our online store mainly

with polarized light therapy

deals with:

      • can be used at home
      • non-invasive
      • multipurpose
      • free of harmful side effects
      • modern technology

Light therapy has gained considerable popularity as a non-invasive and versatile treatment option for various diseases.


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