Safe laser

You don’t have to live in pain

Heal at home, quickly without side effects with Safe Laser®
The medical laser for home use

Pain relief

Inflammation reduction



What is Safe Laser?

Safe Laser is a unique, highly effective, patented medical device developed by Hungarian scientists. It reduces pain and inflammation, speeds up the body’s self-healing processes, increases metabolism and initiates cell regeneration.



“My pain was significantly relieved by the laser after the first time I used it (…) after one week I was able to use both of my hands properly. (M. Bea)”

In what cases has it been  proven useful medically? 


Pain relief, joint, muscle inflammation, tendonitis, rheumatic pains, cartilage wear -and -tear


Muscle spasms, bruises, blood clots, bone fractures, muscle and ligament injuries


Epithelial injury, abrasions, cuts, postoperative scars, bedsores, herpes/cold sores


Healing ulcerative wounds


Tinnitus, hearing loss


Relieves and terminates symptoms


Toothache, inflammation, gingivitis and arthropy, oral mucosal injuries, ulcers, aphthae, pain relief during orthodontics and faster adjustment of the teeth, thus shortening the time of the orthodontics procedure


Acne, inflammation, wrinkles, rosacea


“I can walk up to the second floor without a problem and grabbing the rail and my pain level is minimal.”


“After the second treatment my hand was completely asymptomatic (…) After two treatments I healed from the flu as well, and after 15 minutes the swelling went down on my throat.”


“I felt the pain easing up day by day. After a week of treatment the sharp pain I had gotten used to disappeared. After 5 weeks I couldn’t even tell where the bone spur had been.”

Unique features and benefits


The brilliance of safe laser is that it is perfectly safe for the eyes thanks to its special, patented lens system. Thus it can be used at home without medical supervision



Soft laser therapy can’t be overdone. It has been shown to have no side effects in the past 60 years, only positive ones


Soft lasers have a stimulating effect on both the weaker and properly functioning cells as well and it can not be overdone


Soft lasers do not only promote healing on the level of the skin but go deeper in the underlying tissues and in turn their effects reach further


With Safe laser you can heal in your home, no need to go for treatments. It’s handy, you can use it any time and combine it with other therapies.


Safe laser, as it stimulates the body’s ability to heal (biostimulation), can be used for a wide variety of ailments. Additionally, every family member will have the possibility to use it, therefore it’s a great investment in the health of the family as well.


“Finally I was able to sleep through the night. I have been suffering for 4 years and with one treatment the pain was gone.”


“The injury was healed in 3 days.”


“I had been told that I would need at least half a year to recover. In September no ossification started and by the end of October my bones healed nicely.”

The father of Safe laser

Safe Laser is a Hungarian patent developed after 40 years of laser research by Dr. Károly Rózsa, Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

The Safe Laser is (a special type of ‘soft laser’ or ‘cold laser’ ) a device which has the power of hospital lasers used in healing for 50 years, but is not dangerous to the eye because it is equipped with a special optical lense system. As a result, it can be used safely at home, no need for a specialist – you can do the treatment too.


What do doctors have to say about it?

“We have been using Safe Laser in our institution for 4 years and healed thousands. Healing is significantly shortened by the treatments. There has also been improvement in chronic pains that we hardly or haven’t been able to relieve before. In many cases medication has been significantly reduced or even discontinued. “
Prof. Dr. Sandra Sándor
Chief Physician, State Health Center
“Most of my patients suffer from tinnitus or hearing loss and I have a very convincing rate of improvement or complete recovery from laser treatments. I also recommend the Safe Laser: for TMJ and TMD complaints, acute and chronic upper respiratory diseases, especially in cases of nasal congestion… ”
Dr. Györgyi Fülöp
Assistant professor, Bajcsy-Zsilinszky Hospital and Clinic

Comparison of Safe Laser devices

Safe Laser 150 Red


SL150’s red laser light gets into the body approximately up to 3-4 cm deep under the skin surface. Therefore it may play a significant role in the treatment of lesions, inflammations and pain relief. Designed for versatile use, the accessories allow several types of treatment:

  • General purpose laser on any skin surface
  • With the nostril  head  the nostril can be treated (accessory)
  • With fiber optic head the ears and mouth can be treated effectively (may be ordered separately)

Special lotions may be more effectively applied onto the skin with the special cosmetic head (may be ordered separately)

Power: 150 mW continuous (scattered radiation)
Wavelength: 660 nm (red light)


Safe Laser 500 Infra


Infra laser light is less absorbed by body tissues so it can penetrate deeper layers (its biological effect is up to 8 cm deep). Thus these lasers may be used perfectly in the therapy of musculoskeletal diseases for example, where their pain relief and anti-inflammatory effects are in full use while accelerating the healing of muscles, tendons and joints. In higher doses they have shown good results in the regeneration of cartilage surfaces and cartilages.

Power: 500mW continuous (scattered radiation)
Wavelength: 808nm (infrared) + 1 630nm LED


Safe Laser 1800 Infra


Unique level of healing, incredible level of pain relief and cell regeneration. How is it possible? 

Due to the unique optics and the magnitude of photon density.

It is not the laser light that cures but the biological response to that light that it triggers in the cells is essential. The extent of the biological response depends on the degree of excitation, and the degree of excitation depends on photon density. It does matter if 1,000 photons or 1 million photons arrive at the electrons around the nucleus. They push the electron into a much higher level of orbital rendering the biological reaction much greater.

That’s why if you treat with the SL 500 for even 3 hours, you might not get the effect you get with the SL 1800 in 5 minutes. A candle is able to give off the power of a campfire in half a year, but it will never cook goulash soup in a cauldron.

Larger interface

larger surface
The power outage, performance and interface size of Safe Laser 1800 is actually unique in the world creating a whole new level in the playing field of soft lasers: Its biological effect is the deepest, 10+ cm. Due to its higher performance, the duration of the  treatment required is much shorter Due to its five times larger interface, it is also suitable for handling body parts/organs at the same time. Power: 1800mW continuous (scattered radiation)
Wavelength: 808nm (infrared) + 4 630nm LEDs

Safe Laser options for patients in London



Book an appointment and experience how quickly your pain subsides with Safe Laser.



In our treatment room within the London Massage Clinic, Willesden Green you can request appointments for treatment with the most powerful (SL1800) Safe Laser device.



After purchase we will mail your device via post (including a 1-year warranty). In Greater London we can deliver it to you in person, show and teach you how to use it effectively.



We support Safe Laser owners answering questions by email or phone and are in the process of creating tutorials for its use.


Safe Laser options for patients in London

Our intention is to create a Safe Laser operator network in England

Get your Safe Laser 1800, treat patients and we will direct inquiries from your area to you. This may mean professional development and additional income opportunity for you and faster recovery for your clients.

Contact and Inquiry

Lucien del Mar

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Kata Kaczvinszki


Willesden Green, North West London, Zone 2


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