LightStim LED who probably has 80% of the residential and commercial market for LEDS was the most crowded LED booth I went to. I talked to owners of Lightstim products who have had their products years and not one person said anything negative. Nealy every other person at the show had a Lightstim bag. Before I walked into the show, they were handing out bags, like probably 100,000 bags free to people. I didn't see Lightwave or POLY or any other company doing that. I was just shocked to see they were the bag sponsor before entering the show.
LightStim 2 panel LED:
Their 2 panel model seemed to be the one that most people own for residential use. Lightstim is much more affordable than Lightwave or POLY. The best way I would say it is they have the highest end residential use models. I have compared it to nearly all the models on the chart below to see how it compared (I had to buy some of these to see them. The DreamSpa which one of my distributors sells which I didn't even know because I never asked before, she sells the Dream Spa. I tried the DreamSpa and I will say it is better than any one on the chart below. But, as far as Lightstim, it is in another quality tier all together. If anyone has tried any of these on the chart, try a lightstim and you will never go back to anything with less fluence and diode intensity. Of course there is another jump with 4 and 5 panel LEDS or those with SBT diodes but not many people buying their first LED want to spend 6 to 10 thousand dollars the first time.
If interested in a Lightstim LED, contact me for information on this brand or pricing. This is my best selling commercial LED panel sold to aestheticians and spas. I do sell to residential customers as this is now FDA cleared for over the counter and has been cleared.
Update: I now carry their new 4 panel Professional model. I offer a 30 day trial on this for clinics. I have not had one return on there 4 panel model since I have been promoting them. I no longer carry their older 2 panel model.
Lightstim Professional ProPanel compared to Lightwave and Omnilux.
If for pain, then yes, I prefer led diodes that are over 100mw/cm2 but for treating the face as most aestheticians are concerned don't need that much power for the face. They get really hot on the face and make you itch and start sweating if too powerful. Also, if too powerful for the face the light reflects off the hemoglobin in the blood. For the face, I have the best feedback with the Lighstim 2 panels and 4 panels. Ask me about any of the older 2 panel models that may be in stock. These take longer is just as good as the 4 panel model. Mostly residential users buy the 2 panel as it is much more affordable.
If anyone has any comparison questions between the 3 top selling facial panels (lightstim, light wave and Omnilux) contact me and I will help you figure out the best one for your needs. For the face, Omnilux and Lightstim are the two I consider the best. Each has its own advantages.
These are the 4 versions of the 4 panel Lightstim. I urge people that are using it for anti-aging to not get the combo as the blue takes away from the reds and makes the session longer for those that don't have acne. For the Pain light, this is mostly sold to chiropractors and pain clinics. Contact me as I often have demo models from the shows I go to.
I have several 4 panel anti-aging model Lightstims from a company that closed their business. If anyone wants a discounted Lighstim 4 panel and cannot afford the regular price contact me.
For those that want I can ship them to the manufacturer for them to certify them and they can ship it to you if you prefer.
Contact me if interested in a deep discounted price on on of these.