LumiDiet®

About LumiDiet


Lumidiet, in a word, is diet using lights. The newly developed Lumidiet is a wearable health care device that uses lights to help users with decreasing fat from fat cells. Lumidiet is a device with very sophisticated and trendy design, which does not need any surgical treatment to lost fat.

In addition, with a motor-powered vibration added to the device, not only it enables faster elimination of fat cells solved by light penetration, but also gives users higher level of satisfaction through a more vivid performance and fit. The device can lead to a better outcome when combined with other exercises such as cardio.

Functions


The combination of LED light therapy technology and vibration helps your body to burn the fat more easily and faster : Melting down the fat by LED light first and helps burning of the fat by vibration later. It is resistant against dust and sweat because LED pad contains the projecting LED lamps.

Design


The soft and comfortable body fit on the bare skin with Silicon material. Trendy and minimal design for the young and trendsetting people. Good wearability designed for the active movement such as walking, jogging and the outdoor activities.
Flexible design to provide the natural fitting around the rounding belly. Simple operation of mode buttons. Portability with a rechargeable battery.

When can I use it?


LumiDiet only requires 1 or 2 sessions per day and 30 minutes per session for the proper result. You can maximize the fat reduction effect by combining with exercises such as cardio.

Science & Technology


What is Light Therapy?


ight therapy(Phototherapy) is a way of treating diseases and helping body contouring/fat reduction by exposing our body to sunlight or an artificial light source with a specific wavelength and intensity. Artificial light sources such as halogen lamps and fluorescent lamps have mostly been used for light therapy. Fluorescent lamps, gas discharge lamps, or halogen lamps, for example, could be used in the treatment of jaundice of infants as long as they could meet the irradiance, wavelengths, and effective surface area required by the light-therapy equipment. However, the excessive heat from halogen lamps and the long and large size of fluorescent lamps restricted the personal or home use of light therapy equipment.

The use of low-level visible or near-infrared (IR) light from lasers for light therapy, which is called low-level light therapy (LLLT), has been the mainstream light therapy since the invention of lasers. Many laboratory reports on the therapeutic effects such as wound healing and pain relief of LLLT and on the underlying biomedical mechanisms of LLLT have been written. But LLLT has also some limitations for personal or home use because of the complicated clinical setting, restrictions in wavelengths, and a limited area for light application. The narrow focal beam of lasers can be harmful for the eye and damage the tissue in our body.