Our LED light can be used in conjunction with other facials treatments. Benefits include an increase of blood circulation which delivers oxygen and nutrients to the skin cells and also helps purify the skin and removes waste. The LED light uses light to rejuvenate and stimulate the facial cells. This therapy does not produce harmful radiation or heat, which makes this a 100% completely safe and pain free procedure.
What are the benefits of LED light therapy?
LED light therapy might:
Reduce fine lines.
Help with wound healing.
People with any skin type and colour can use LED light therapy. LED light therapy doesn’t use ultraviolet (UV) light, so it doesn’t cause damage or burns to your skin.
LED light therapy is a safe, relatively risk-free treatment. If you’re thinking about buying an at-home mask or device, be sure it’s marked “FDA cleared” or “FDA approved.” Also, wear eye protection, such as sunglasses or goggles, and carefully follow instructions to confirm you’re using the device correctly.
It’s rare to experience side effects from LED light therapy. If side effects do occur, they may include:
Your practitioner can help determine if it’s the right treatment for you.
LED light therapy helps treat a variety of skin concerns and conditions, including:
LED light therapy uses various wavelengths that correspond to different visible colours. Each colour penetrates the skin at different depths.
Blue light affects the uppermost layer of your skin.
Yellow light penetrates deeper.
Red light travels further into your skin.
Near-infrared light penetrates deepest.
Different LED colours do different things. For example, experts believe:
Red LED light therapy may reduce inflammation and stimulate the production of collagen, a protein responsible for younger-looking skin that diminishes with age.
Blue LED light therapy may destroy acne-causing bacteria (P. acnes).
Green LED light therapy
Green has proven its ability to reduce melasma and other skin discoloration problems.
Green light penetrates the skin’s sublayers by targeting melanocytes to reduce melanin stimulation which causes dark spots on the skin. With less melanin reaching the skin surface, hyperpigmentation or discolorations gradually disappear.
Purple light therapy
The purple light combines the red and blue lights. It eliminates acne-causing bacteria while reducing facial inflammation and reducing the appearance of acne-related scars. It is therefore highly recommended for people with acne and redness.
Yellow LED light therapy
Yellow has characteristics quite close to red light for the skin. More specifically, it is effective in treating cutrosis and redness from sun exposure and it stimulates blood circulation.
Cyan light therapy
Cyan is the combination of blue and green lights. It removes acne and pigment stains simultaneously.
In general LED light:
• Increased collagen production
• Increased elasticity
• Wrinkle reduction
• Tighter and youthful skin
• Reduces Rosacea
• Aids recovery of chemical peels
• Heals sun damaged skin
During treatment, skin specialists may use a combination of lights to treat your specific issue.
LED light therapy isn’t appropriate for everyone, including people who:
Take certain medications that increase their sensitivity to sunlight, such as isotretinoin and lithium.