Made in the USA
Made in the USA
HSA and FSA Eligable
What is Red Light Therapy?
Red light therapy uses red, low-level wavelengths of light (red hue) to penetrate the skin and promote healing and rejuvenation.
Red light therapy supercharges your cells with the energy to rebuilds collagen for younger looking skin, to boosts the immune system, and to reduces pain and inflammation without the need for medication or surgery.
Illuminate for Clinics
INDUSTRY LEADING FOR BUSINESS & INDIVIDUALS
"My clients are beyond happy to spend less time in the treatment room, while receiving even more compliments on their glowing skin"
6,000 Joules of healing energy in only 5minutes
Engineered to emit zero electro magnetic frequencies
Designed with 660,840,and 960nm wavelengths
Safe for Full Body Use
Triple checked for wavelength precision
Engineered Responsibly in the USA
Illuminate & Heal
RESULTS THAT SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
After 5 Minutes
Double your appointments, not your rent. For 1,200 cm2 of treatment area, Illuminate delivers 6,000 Joules of healing in just five minutes. This means you can book 10 times as many appointments with Illuminate's high speed treatment.
Treatments per hour
5 Minute Skincare
The power of your clinic, in the comfort of your home. With a slim carrying case and a XL 20ft cord, you can treat anywhere, anytime. Treat for skincare, joint pain, inflammation and more with a flexible design, allowing for full body use
A FULL TREATMENT (6000 Joules)
Treat Your patient, not the room. Illuminate's unique design focuses 95% of energy output into the skin. Most competitors offer high power, however they only treat the nose, forehead, and chin– completely missing the cheeks, temples, ears, and jawline (most prone to bacterial and skin damage)
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Aesthetic Skin Systems only provides General Wellness - Low Risk Devices per FDA Guidance 1300013
Statements on the website, information about products contained on the website, information in marketing literature or documentation are not meant to be medical claims and should not be construed as such. dated July 29, 2016