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LED

LED • Light Emitting Diodes

Triwings® is an athermic lighting system used for healing and biostimulation, as well as treating pain and inflammation. The device provides high power lighting. The practitioner can set each of the three panels, mounted at the end of an articulated arm, and orient each colour (yellow, red and orange) independently to specific parts of the body, skull, knee, arm, etc. The patient does not have to move. This particularity, which is absolutely unique on the market, reduces illumination time. The practitioner can also use a visible fibre optic laser (optional extra) for highly-localised or distal treatments by acupuncture, with an automatic laser activation function at the detected point.


LED technology interacts with the body’s own cellular structure to create photo-biostimulation. This stimulation induces a state of repair and cellular efficiency. LED is is a powerful light source that is used for skin rejuvenation and has the ability to penetrate the skin with minimal skin damage. It is a non-invasive procedure. Like the laser, it works by filtering various wavelengths of light to react with specific skin conditions. It has been shown to help improve the appearance of red and brown skin discolorations, birthmarks and symptoms of rosacea, as well as to tighten and refine the appearance of the skin. This process is also known as photorejuvenation. It has also become popular for removal of vascular lesions as well as removal of hair on lighter skin types and even removal of some tattoos. LED therapy uses specific wavelengths of light (red, infrared, and blue) to stimulate the body's regenerative process at the cellular level to engage the body to accelarate the production of collagen and elastin. 

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Main treatments


• Stretch marks
Triwings® is one of the only systems in the world that can reduce stretch marks. Treatment consists of irritating the stretch mark after prior work on the abdomen, when they are localised at this precise point. Cold light is emitted at specific wavelengths and restores pigment to the epidermis. On reaching the skin, the light releases the pigment reserves which are scattered over the body. You need several sessions, with a weekly maximum of two sessions to achieve a visible result. A woman's abdomen is restored to its previous appearance, quite naturally: reduced depth and improvement of the folded aspect. Dr Boisnic's team within the Dermatology and Cosmetology Research Group, has demonstrated a 50% improvement in the skin of stretch marks after 15 sessions, each lasting 20 minutes. This is a first achievement which has been the subject of scientific publications. IPL effectively treats the area using fractional laser technology permanently reducing the appearance of the stretch mark or scar. Fractional pulses of laser light breaks down scar tissue to generate new healthy tissue. The result is smoother skin, more even in texture and lighter in colour thus reducing the appearance of the scar or stretchmark. Several sessions of two per week are necessary to achieve desired results. 

• Anti-aging treatments
Cold light triggers subtle modifications. Even if they are not immediately visible, they are felt immediately by the patient from the first session. LED treatment is used to work on the skin's texture and tone. 

• Post-operative treatments
Cold light has some remarkable effects on the cellular repair process. Practitioners obtain extraordinary results in scar reduction. The treatments not only have an aesthetic effect by recolouring the skin, they also distinctly improve patient comfort. Burns are reduced. It is therefore much easier to walk or lift an arm after an operation. The patient must undergo several sessions. LEDs are also used to eliminate scars caused by jellyfish stings. In this case, two sessions are enough. 

• Other treatments
Several studies have also proved the positive effects of cold light in anti-acne treatment or the reduction of varicose ulcers.