Remove benign epidermal pigmented lesions quickly and gently
Benign pigmented lesions may be genetic in origin or may be caused by physical damage such as sunburn or injury, as well as the natural effect of ageing. The lesions can vary in size and colour and it is always important to ensure that the lesion is not malignant before removing it.
Clinically proven, safe and effective
The Ellipse pigmentation laser treatments offer clinically proven, long-term removal of pigmented lesions in the upper layer of skin.
“I have always loved working with the Ellipse machines and the Nordlys is a real treat! The machine is versatile, user friendly, safe and extremely powerful, making every treatment successful and guaranteeing patient satisfaction. The PL400 applicator gioves me amazing results. The specific expert settings associated with these applicators have also improved my results considerably.” | Mieke Morgan, LASER & AESTHETIC SKINCARE SPECIALIST
How does the Ellipse treatment work?
Ellipse treatment works by directing pulses of light into the epidermis. The light is absorbed by melanin which is concentrated in the pigmented lesions.
Melanin converts the light energy into heat. This heat is used to destroy the keratinocatos in which the melanin is stored. This technique is called “Selective Photothermolysis”.
The visible light produced by the Ellipse systems is carefully controlled to produce the correct pulse length and wavelengths energy to destroy the target without damaging surrounding tissue.