Bioptron Light Therapy

For pain relief, wound healing, skin disorders and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

High Quality, Swiss Made

Used for over 20 years in homes and hospitals around the world.


No harmful UV light.

Backed by Research

ARTG 304389 registration in Australia.

Bioptron Light Therapy

The health benefits of light therapy have been recognised for hundreds of years. It enhances cellular energy and stimulates the body’s natural healing process.

Bioptron Light Therapy devices are high quality, Swiss-made products. For over 20 years they have been used in homes, hospitals and in a wide range of clinics across more than 60 countries.

In Australia, Bioptron Light Therapy has ARTG 304389 registration for a wide range of conditions including:

  • Skin conditions (eg. acne, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea)
  • Wound healing (eg. post-surgery, burns)
  • Pain relief (eg. sports injuries, back and neck pain, arthritis)
  • Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

How Bioptron Light Therapy Works

Bioptron Light Therapy is a complementary therapy and is health-generating. It includes the full visible spectrum of light and the infrared spectrum. The infrared range in particular gives mitochondria the stimulus needed to maximise cellular function, whether it be for wound repair, collagen production, boosting the immune system, or reducing pain.

Harmful ultra violet (UV) light is filtered out, making Bioptron technology safe for therapeutic use. The use of polarised light allows the Bioptron to penetrate deeply, which results in higher levels of cellular absorption than the scattered LED light used by many other light devices.

Bioptron Light Therapy Devices

Post-Surgical Wound Healing: My personal experience

Bioptron Light Therapy is highly effective complementary therapy for wound healing. Below is my personal experience of using the Bioptron Pro 1 device following surgery to remove three basel cell carcinomas (BCCs), a non-aggressive form of skin cancer, from my nose and cheek.

The resulting wounds required over 100 stitches. The photos below track my recovery from the time the bandages were removed, a week after surgery. The yellow skin on the nose is a graft taken from higher up on the bridge of the nose and held in place by blue stitches.

Six weeks after surgery the plastic surgeon who operated on me was so pleased with the progress that he asked what I was doing to help my scars to heal. He commented that the progress is what he would expect to see from someone three months post-surgery, not six weeks. As you can also see, with the Bioptron Light Therapy the skin actually healed over the graft by the 8 week mark.

Accelerate the 
healing process, book a Bioptron Light Therapy session today