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Clinical Studies
Peer-reviewed literature documents Ellipse performance
International medical regulatory authorities have approved Ellipse. And peer-reviewed literature has thoroughly documented Ellipse system’s safety and effectiveness.

Clinical abstracts ensure that Ellipse system's claims have been independently verified in clinical trials.

These papers are informative and detail clinical studies involving Ellipse systems. The opinions expressed in these articles are those of the authors and editors, and not necessarily those of Ellipse. Ellipse is not responsible for any medical information presented in the articles.

Review articles
Intense pulsed light (IPL): A review. Philipp Babilas, MD, et al. (Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 42:93-104 (2010)

Hair removal
  1. Hair reduction with intense pulsed light - is it permanent? - a 5-10 years follow-up investigation gives the answer. Peter Bjerring, MD et al. (22nd World Congress of Dermatology, Seoul, Korea, 24-29 May, 2011)
  2. Intense pulsed light photoepilation turns out to be permanent at 5-9 years follow-up. Peter Bjerring, MD et al. (White paper, 2011)
  3. Hair removal of hirsutism caused by endocrinological disease or drug induced - a retrospective study of 253 patients. Lo Rumar et al. (EADV 2008)
  4. Hair removal with Ellipse Flex intense pulsed light system. Zeng et. al. (Chinese Journal of Aesthetic Medicine. Nov. 2006. Vol.15. No.11)
  5. Photoepilation results of axillary hair in dark-skinned patients by intense pulsed light: comparison between different wavelengths and pulse widths. Jong Hee Lee et. al. (Dermatol Surg 2006; 32: 239-245) 
  6. Comparison of different methods of photo epilation. S. Strangl et al. ( Med. Laser Appl. 17: 349 (2002))
  7. Hair reduction using a new intense pulsed light irradiator and a normal mode ruby laser. Peter Bjerring et al. (Journal of cutaneous laser therapy 2000; 2: 63-71)
  8. Hair removal with second generation broad spectrum intense pulsed light source - a long-term follow-up. Agneta Troilius et. al (Journal of cutaneous laser therapy 1999; 1: 173-178) 
Photo rejuvenation
Pigmented lesions
Vascular lesions
  1. Split-face comparison of intense pulsed light with short- and long-pulsed dye lasers for the treatment of port-wine stains. Philipp Babilas et al. (Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 42: 720- 727, 2010)
  2. Comparison of intense pulsed light (IPL) and pulsed dye laser (PDL) in port-wine stain treatment. Michael Drosner et al. (Medical Laser Application 23 (2008) 133 - 140)
  3. Clinical application of intense pulsed light in facial telangiectasis in 238 cases (Chinese J Aesth Plast Surg , Apr. 2008 , Vol. 19 , No. 2)
  4. Progressive disseminated essential telangiectasia and erythrosis interfollicularis colli as examples for successful treatment with a high-intensity flashlamp. Sabrina M. Wenzel, MD et al. (Dermatology 2008; 217: 286 - 290)
  5. Early treatment of haemangioma in childhood using IPL. M. Drosner (EADV, 16-24 May, 2007)
  6. PORT WINE STAINS: COMPARISON OF INTENSE PULSED LIGHT AND PULSED DYE LASER. G. Hellbrügge et al. (ASLMS, 31 March - 4 April, 2004)
  7. Intense pulsed light source for the treatment of dye laser resistant port-wine stains. P. Bjerring et al. (J Cosmetic & Laser Ther 2003; 5: 7-13)
  8. Intense pulsed light source for the treatment of facial telangiectasias. P. Bjerring et al. (J Cosmetic & Laser Ther 2001; 3: 169 - 173)
Vascular treatments by Nd:YAG
Wrinkle reduction
Off label PDT applications for acne
For regulatory approval status please see "Instructions for use" or contact Ellipse A/S.
  1. Liposome-encapsulated 0.5% 5-aminolevulinic acid with intense pulsed light for the treatment of inflamatory facial acne: A pilot study. Chi K. Yeung, MBBS et al. (Dermatol Surg 2011; 37: 450 - 459)
  2. 0.5% liposome-encapsulated 5-aminolevulinic acid (ALA) photodynamic therapy for acne treatment. Jee-Soo An et al. (Journal of Cosmetic and laser Therapy, 2011; 13: 28 - 32)
  3. Photodynamic therapy of acne vulgaris using 5-aminolevulinic acid 0.5% liposomal spray and intense pulsed light in combination with topical keratolytic agents. J. de Leeuw et al. (JEADV 2010, 24, 460 - 469) 
  4. Liposome-encapsulated 0.5% 5-aminolevulinic acid with intense pulsed light for the treatment of inflamatory facial acne: A pilot study. Chi K. Yeung, MBBS et al. (Poster, ASLM 2008)
  5. Topical photodynamic therapy for treatment of acne vulgaris. E. J. Hwang et al. (Poster, ASLM 2006)
Other off label PDT applications
For regulatory approval status please see "instructions for use" or contact Ellipse A/S.
Other off label applications
For regulatory approval status please see "instructions for use" or contact Ellipse A/S.