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SOLRAY

Fractional IPL technology

Fast treatment

Verified parameters

Rotating technology based on IPL

A controllable cooling system

Stable energy supply

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Fractional IPL is ideal for treating pigmented lesions, vascular lesions, acne, and hair removal with basic wavelengths of 415 nm, 560 nm, and 640 nm. It can also target dark skin rejuvenation and hair removal by switching to optional wavelengths of 640 nm, 695 nm, and 755 nm. Wavelength selection is made easy using a small rotator on the handpiece.

Advantages

Fast treatment

Verified parameters

Rotating technology based on IPL

Stable energy supply

Coollable cooling system

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Smart Mode

Solray Mode
Description
SOLRAY EPI
Successfully treats light pigmentation
SOLRAY DERMI
Effective for pigmentation and photo rejuvenation treatments
VASCULAR
Efficient in treating hot flushes and telangiectasia
ACNE
Targets acne effectively; frequency 1, 3, 5 Hz
THIN HAIR
Removes thin hair effectively
THICK HAIR
Removes thick hair effectively
SHR
Targets armpit and leg hair removal effectively; frequency 1, 3, 5 Hz
Deplication Mode
Description
THIN HAIR
Effectively removes thin hair
THICK HAIR
Effectively removes thick hair
ALEX LIGHT
Effectively removes hair from the arm, calf, armpit, and leg areas
SHR
Offers less painful treatment; frequencies 1, 3, and 5 Hz

Technology

Phototherapy is a treatment method for skin diseases utilizing light rays. It operates on the principle of selective photothermolysis, where light is absorbed by a chromophore reacting to a specific wavelength, generating heat that destroys the chromophore.

 

Unlike lasers, which exhibit monochromatic, coherent, and collimated light, phototherapy units employ xenon lamps, providing non-monochromatic, non-coherent, and defocused light.

 

Controlled discharge of a wide range of wavelengths via cut-off filters enables selective photothermolysis of target chromophores like melanin, (oxy)hemoglobin, or water, without harming surrounding tissue at various skin depths.

 

Phototherapy, when utilizing wavelengths between 550-950nm, is particularly effective for treating vascular lesions such as venous malformations, capillary expansion, angiomas, port wine stains, and civatte poikiloderma, as it is absorbed by (oxy)hemoglobin rather than water.

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Selective photothermolysis is a principle that safeguards normal skin while targeting and destroying pigment areas based on the wavelength generated and the medium involved.

Models

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SOLRAY

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