LED Light Therapy
LED Light Therapy has four wavelengths to accelerate cellular function without any trauma or heat:
What To Expect With LED Light Therapy
LED therapy is a very gentle and relaxing treatment. The skin may feel warm or glowing in response to the boost to circulation, but this is quite tolerable and most find it very pleasant. In fact, exposure to LED light can increase serotonin levels, which helps to relieve stress. Patients find it a very enjoyable and therapeutic treatment.
The results of LED skin therapy leaves the skin looking calmer, clearer, better hydrated, smoother and with a better complexion. LED stimulates the skin’s own natural healing powers, the results continue to improve for 4-6 weeks. Most patients are recommended to have a course of treatment for the best results.
LED skin therapy can be used on all skin types.
There are certain medications which may make LED therapy unsuitable so be sure to detail this to the doctor.
Over time, healthy skin cells become unable to renew themselves normally. This may be due to a skin problem or simply a consequence of sun exposure or aging.
LED light is absorbed by the skin where it activates specific cellular processes to produce a therapeutic effect.
It uses clinically proven wavelengths to recharge these cells energising them to heal quicker and rejuvenate faster, promoting healing from the inside out. The cell metabolism then builds collagen, increases elasticity, boosts circulation, accelerates tissue repair or kills bacteria.
Laboratory studies have shown that skin cells can regenerate themselves from 150 to 200 per cent faster when exposed to certain LED wavelengths and hydration can be increased by up to 600%.
Our LED device uses 4 different wavelengths, including blue, yellow, red and near infrared. The exact combination of LED wavelengths will be chosen to suit each individual patient’s own requirements.
LED therapy is suitable for all skin types. In fact, it can also be used to treat inflammatory problems such as acne, rosacea, eczema and psoriasis.