|Omnilux light therapy is non-invasive, non-ablative, and safe for patients. It is a new technology based on narrowband Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs), developed after 12 years of extensive medical research.|
The Omnilux range of services provided by Uvasun include Omnilux revive, Omnilux blue, and Omnilux plus for the treatment of a wide range of dermatological conditions including, acne, photodamage, skin rejuvenation, vitiligo and wound healing post elective surgery.
Each detachable treatment head delivers pure, optimised, narrowband light via a matrix of LEDs carefully positioned to deliver the correct dose of light to the treatment area.
Omnilux stimulates cells athermally without causing damage to the epidermis or dermal tissue, therefore there is no downtime for patients or unwanted side effects* (e.g. erythema, peeling or blistering) as may result from use of a laser or other products.
Using the same platform as Omnilux revive and Omnilux blue, Omnilux plus can be delivered from a standard medical base unit using the interchangeable treatment head.
Omnilux plus is based on a matrix of Infra Red LEDs, which provide narrowband 830nm light. The individual LED cone angle and the spacing of the LEDs ensure uniformity of the beam for full coverage of the treatment area. For safety reasons, single LEDs of visible yellow light are located in the four corners of each array in order to determine if the head is lit.
Omnilux plus is used for the purpose of skin rejuvenation in combination with Omnilux revive and also for wound healing. Current research is concentrating on its use for the temporary relief of minor muscle and joint pain, arthritis, muscle spasm, relieving stiffness, promoting the relaxation of muscle tissue, and to temporarily increase local blood circulation where applied.
The user can control the area of illumination and can shape the light to the contour of the treatment area. Only this way can the entire treatment area receive the required dose of light for effective therapy.
Read about the Omnilux plus treatment expectations.