Innovative and effective:
BYONIK science.

Pulse-Triggered-Laser-Technology, the patented BYONIK-Laser.

The BYONIK® laser combines two wavelengths, 658nm and 806nm), for a non-invasive and non-ablative treatment to the skin. Whilst red light 658nm helps boost collagen generation2 and is antibacterial1, near infrared light 806nm enhances detoxification3 and metabolism of the skin. The BYONIK® Pulse-Triggered-Laser adjusts its frequency to each individual person’s pulse during the entire treatment and therefore allows maximal antioxidant absorption into the skin cells.


Reduce to the maximum A dosage of 4J/cm2 exhibited more expressive result than that with 8J/cm2, which can be concluded that low-level laser therapy contributed to a larger expression of collagen and elastic fibers during the early phases of the wound healing process.1

Studies with the BYONIK Laser

Absorption of Laser light in the skin cell


Laser light is absorbed by mitochondrial chromosphere in the cell, leading to enhancement of enzyme activity, electron transport, mitochondrial respiration and ATP production. In turn, can induce the activation of numerous intracellular signaling pathways, and alter the affinity of transcription factors concerned with cell proliferation, survival, tissue repair and regeneration.


Young skin

  • Epidermis is firm and tight
  • Collagen and elastic fibres are well-provided with nutrients
  • Sufficient tissue substance
  • High fibroblast activity

Mature skin

  • Change in the elastic matrix
  • Collagen fibre bundles separate
  • Elastic fibres break
  • Basic substance deteriorates
  • Fibroblast activity slows down

Red Light 658 nm

  • Anti-bacterial / anti-inflammatory [1]
  • Represses inflamm-aging [2]
  • Helps wounds to heal [2]

Near-infrared light 785 – 806 nm

  • Microcirculation / strengthening of connective tissue [3]
  • Stimulates skin metabolism / detoxifying [4]
  • Relieves lymphatic system / decongesting [4]
  • Cell renewal / repairing / regenerating [5]

1. Influence of low level laser therapy on wound healing and its biological action upon myofibroblasts. Lasers Surg. Med., 2003; 32(3); 239–244. Medrado AR, Pugliese LS, Reis SR, Andrade ZA. 2. Regulation of skin collagen metabolism in vitro using a pulsed 660nm LED light source: clinical correlation with a single blinded study. J Invest Dermatol. Dec. 2009;129(12):2751-9. Barolet D, Roberge CJ, Auger FA, Boucher A, Germain L. 3. Effects of low-level laser therapy at wavelengths of 660 and 808 nm in experimental model of osteoarthritis. Photochem Photobiol. 2012. Jan-Feb;88(1):161-6. Da Rosa AS, dos Santos AF, da Silva MM, Facco GG, Perreira DM, Alves AC, Leal Junior EC, de Carvalho Pde T. 4. The influence of low-level laser therapy on biomodulation of collagen and elastic fibers. Pesqui Odontol Bras. 2003 Oct-Dec;17(4):307-13. Pugliese LS, Medrado AP, Reis SR, Andrade ZA. 5.* Pulsed laser light forces cancer cells to absorb anticancer drugs – the role of water in nanomedicine. Artif Cells Blood Substit Immobil Biotechnol. 2011 Jun; 39(3):169-73. Sommer AP, Zhu D, Mester AR, Försterling HD. 6.* Low-level laser therapy: Effects on human face aged skin and cell viability of HeLa cells exposed to UV radiation. Arch. Biol. Sci., Belgrade, 2015; 67 (1), 25-29, 2015. Sana Mezghani S, Hammami A, Amri M. *Study conducted with the BYONIK® Laser.