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For Fat Loss & Body Contouring

Independent For Non-Invasive Body Contouring

The non-invasive body-contouring segment continues to exhibit uninhibited growth, a trend that has provoked the emergence of numerous body-contouring devices. One particular device, low-level laser therapy at 635 nm (LLLT-635), has exhibited promising clinical results. We performed an independent, physician-led trial to evaluate the utility of LLLT-635 nm for non-invasive body contouring of the waist, hips, and thighs.

Body Contouring Using Light Therapy

Noninvasive body contouring has become one of the fastest-growing areas of esthetic medicine. Many patients appear to prefer nonsurgical less-invasive procedures owing to the benefits of fewer side effects and shorter recovery times. Increasingly, 635-nm low-level laser therapy (LLLT) has been used in the treatment of a variety of medical conditions and has been shown to improve wound healing, reduce edema, and relieve acute pain. 

Light Therapy For Fat Layer Reduction

 Low-level laser (light) therapy (LLLT) is a noninvasive, nonthermal approach to disorders requiring reduction of pain and inflammation and stimulation of healing and tissue regeneration. Within the last decade, LLLT started being investigated as an adjuvant to liposuction, for noninvasive body contouring, reduction of cellulite, and improvement of blood lipid profile. LLLT may also aid autologous fat transfer procedures by enhancing the viability of adipocytes. 

Efficacy of low-level laser therapy for body contouring and spot fat reduction

Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) is commonly used in medical applications, but scientific studies of its efficacy and the mechanism by which it causes loss of fat from fat cells for body contouring are lacking. This study examined the effectiveness and mechanism by which 635–680 nm LLLT acts as a non-invasive body contouring intervention method.

Light Therapy as a Non-Invasive Approach for Body Contouring

Transmission electron microscopic images have demonstrated the formation of transitory pores in adipocyte cell membranes followed by the collapse of adipose cells subsequent to laser irradiation of 635 nm. The objective is to evaluate the application of a 635 nm and 17.5 mW exit power per multiple diode laser for the application of non-invasive body contouring of the waist, hips, and thighs.

​For Healing

Peer-Reviewed Studies

We review over 60 peer-reviewed papers on tissue repair and pain control.   Although most studies use low level lasers, more recent studies reveal very similar results with LED systems.  The studies show overwhelming positive results.

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The Ideal Light is an FDA registered product under Registration Number 10061373.

It's registered as a Class II medical device and is indicated for use in the therapeutic relief of
muscle and joint pain and increasing of blood circulation.  

The device is considered to be a Physical Medicine Therapeutic device.  

We are currently still pending FDA Clearance in regards to “Red Light LED Family of Products".

The clearance is for use as a non-invasive dermatological aesthetic treatment used in the reduction of the circumference of hips, waist, and thighs” as per our indications for use statement submitted with the FDA in our 510K Clearance application.


LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) are different from laser diodes and are not subject to the Federal laser product performance standard.  An ordinary source of visible light, like the sun or a light bulb, emits a mixture of invisible and visible light like waves. These waves have varying lengths and move in all directions. These differing “wavelengths” produce different types of light, such as ultraviolet, violet, blue, green, red, and infrared.
 

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