New technology in wrinkle treatment
Safe Laser Gel is a special serum that has a unique skin rejuvenating and skin regenerating effect combined with soft laser light.
When the face is illuminated with Safe Laser, the laser light helps to absorb the gel and moisturizing cream into the skin and increases their effectiveness. In addition, the laser light excites the photosensitive molecules of our cells (cellular respiration + energy production is improved), cells function more efficiently and recover faster. Using the laser significantly reduces inflammatory processes in the skin. In the case of more serious skin problems, skin lesions, new cells, new tissues and new capillaries are produced by the effect of “soft-laser light”.
* Safe Laser + GEL uses advanced anti-aging technology that not only delays but reverses visible signs of skin aging. The combination of laser and gel increases the production of collagen and elastin in the skin, the skin becomes firmer, more elastic and smoother, giving the skin a lively appearance. Regular use not only reduces the appearance of wrinkles, but also improves the tone and texture of the skin. Spectacularly reduces pigment spots (liver and old age spots), improves the condition of rosacea skin, helps acne and acne heal faster and more swiftly.* Examination of the GEL in an accredited laboratory and feedback from Safe Laser ® users.
Forehead wrinkle treatment
Eye wrinkle treatment
Forehead and eye wrinkle treatment
Eye bag treatment
1 time treatment with Safe Laser 1800 + Gel
1 time per week treatment with Safe Laser 1800 + Gel (Before and 3rd treatment)
Active substances of the Gel
The Safe Laser Gel is a special anti-aging serum that does not replace the moisturizing cream! The components of the GEL are smaller molecules, the active ingredients enter the deeper layers more easily, but do not affect the upper epidermis (epithelium). For hydration + protection of the upper epithelium (approx. 1 mm) it is recommended to use a traditional moisturizing cream or face cream.
Important active ingredients and nutrients in the serum (Safe Laser GEL):
- Beta glucan (yeast-derived polysaccharide): Activates the immune cells in the skin. Enhances the skin’s defensive and regenerative ability, providing a sunscreen effect. Has antioxidant properties, contributes to softer skin. Thanks to its anti-inflammatory effect, it is excellent for reducing redness of the skin and soothing sensitive skin.
- Stabilized Oxygen (O4): Effectively penetrates the skin layers, decomposing into tissues on two O2 molecules. It adds extra oxygen to the skin, increasing skin renewal. Effectively increases and maintains collagen production. Slows down the aging process. Keeps and improves skin moisture.
- Hydrolysed Collagen: Provides a source for collagen fibers. Improves skin elasticity.
- Phantenol: Has a softening and moisturizing effect.
Dermatological studies in an accredited laboratory show that GEL reduces the length and depth of wrinkles, moisturizes and has no allergic effect. The studies also confirmed the bacterial and fungicidal effects of the product.
Suitable for all skin types!Clinically and dermatologically tested!Does not contain mineral oils, silicones and parabens!
Effects of Safe Laser on our Skin
- Helps skin to absorb skin care products, increase their effectiveness.
- It stimulates the production of collagen and elastin in the skin, improves the firmness and elasticity of the skin.
- Slows down the visible signs of skin aging, refines existing wrinkles, and regenerates the skin.
- Has a beneficial effect on papula(pimple), acne, accelerates their healing wounds without any wounds.
- Reduces the redness of seborrheic and acne skin after cosmetic cleansing. Reduces edema and risk of skin infection.
- Fade pigment spots.
- Helps regenerate normal tissues in the event of injury and abrasion.
- Laser light accelerates the healing of other skin diseases (herpes, lacerations, dermatitis, eczema). It alleviates itching and pain.
During laser lighting, gently light your eyes around and make sure that you do not illuminate the laser eye directly into the open eye.If you have not used any moisturizing cream or facial so far, try it first for 1-2 weeks and if you have worked (no problem on your skin), then start using the Safe Laser Gel + Safe Laser together!
Cleaning the lasers: Wipe the laser head with a damp or alcohol cloth. DO NOT use any other corrosive material as the optics may be damaged!
How to use Safe Laser + GEL
- Use Gel + SAFE Lasers every morning and evening continuously or apply it in a curly way! (4 weeks for each season change).
- After normal facial cleansing, apply Gel and then a moisturizing cream.The Safe Laser Gel is a special anti-aging serum that does not replace the moisturizing cream!
- GEL regenerates and hydrates into deeper layers, but does not affect the upper epidermis (epithelium).Use a traditional moisturizing cream or face mask to hydrate + protect the upper epithelium.
- After hydration, massage the gel with circular movements (not strongly, just touching) with the laser + the usual moisturizer, and stop at critical points! (deeper wrinkles, pigment spots, acne…)
Treatment Time of the critical points:
- Safe Laser 500 infra = minimum 1 minute
- Safe Laser 1800 infra = minimum 1 minute (5x interface)
Certified medical device
The Safe Laser® family of products are medical devices belonging to risk category II.a ( 93/42EEC on medical devices)
New in our laser technology:The essence of “Safe Laser” technology is that the dangerous laser light beam is transferred in such a way that it is completely harmless to the naked eye.Thanks to the Safe Laser unique optical layout it is the only high-performance “soft laser”device family that anyone can use at home safely.
Dr. Paul Clayton: What is beta glucan?
Dr. Clayton is a pioneer in the study of the pharmacological effects of foods and botanical ingredients – and how they affect your health and physical performance. He received his Ph.D. in neuropharmacology from the University of Edinburgh. He is a former chair of the Forum on Food & Health at the Royal Society of medicine, and is currently a Fellow of the Institute of Food, Brain & Behavior at Oxford University.