Advanced Technology Laser Company (ATL) has received 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), enabling the Company to manufacture and market its Angelite family of intense pulsed light skin therapy systems.

The Angelite Family of Intense Pulsed Light Systems will be used in the area of photothermolysis, photocoagulation and dermatology, especially for aesthetic and cosmetic applications in the treatment of acne, various benign pigmented lesions and hair removal.

Angelite Intense Pulsed Light System uses the following wavelengths:

  • 400 – 950 nm for the treatment of inflammatory acne,
  • 560 – 1200 nm are indicated for the treatment of benign pigmented (epidermal and cutaneous) lesions including warts, scars and striae, and for the treatment of benign (cutaneous) vascular lesions including hemangiomas, facial, truncal and leg telangiectasias, rosacea, melasma,angiomas and spider angioma, poikiloderma of civatte, leg veins, facial veins and venous malformations,
  • 700 – 1200 nm are indicated for the treatment of unwanted hair.

There is no shortage of IPL machines on the market. We will see how these devices will stack up and fare in the saturated aesthetic market affected by the global recession.