LED-Light Skin Therapy
LED Light Therapy is a safe and effective use of advanced light technology to benefit a wide range of skin conditions. It is non-invasive, causes no inflammation, and requires no special post-treatment procedure. The skin will appear smoother, more even-toned, and firmer with each treatment. The LED Light Skin Therapy procedure has been clinically proven to achieve clearer and healthier skin.
How it works? Will it damage the skin?
Using specific frequencies, the light energy regenerates skin cells, stimulates collagen and elastin, and promotes a natural skin healing response. This therapy diminishes: fine lines, wrinkles, pore sizes, age spots, sun damage, overall redness, flushing, and dilated capillaries. It has been proven to be an effective skin rejuvenating treatment for photo-aging skin, as well as other skin conditions like acne and rosacea. This therapy is non invasive, it won’t damage the skin, and the result is firmer, vibrant, and healthy looking skin. This process is also universally known as the “no knife face-lift”.
What are the benefits for Led Light Skin Therapy?
RED Fine-Light Anti-aging Therapy for Wrinkles
It has many reduction benefits of: fine lines, enlarged pores, and broken capillaries.
Smooth out the fine lines of aging
Reduce puffiness around the eyes
Reduce the effects of saggy skin tone
Lightens pigmented lesions
Increases moisture retention and stimulates circulation
Blue Acu-Clear LED Light Therapy for Acne
When acne bacteria builds up in pores, skin becomes inflamed, causing acne lesions and blemishes. The Blue LED Light targets the strain of bacteria that plays a pivotal role in causing acne, Blue light therapy works safely and effectively, without abrasive chemicals, harmful UV-rays or side effects, to destroy this acne-causing bacteria. Not only clearing up existing blemishes, but preventing future breakouts before they happen. The light causes the development of oxygen radicals that kills Acne bacteria without damaging healthy skin.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Does LED Light Therapy really work?
Light Therapy Works! LED Light Therapy technology is tried, tested and evaluated by many medical practitioners, the technology was developed by NASA in the US and continues to be the focus of reports and white papers on skin rejuvenation. As there is little to no heat generated from LED, there is no risk of tissue damage, making it one of the safest anti-aging solutions. Our skin care professionals will determine which LED Light Therapy is best for you.
How long will it take before I see results?
The visible results will depend upon each individual an may be affected by: age of the user, skin condition, diet, smoking and drinking habits. the average time in which a user of Fine-Light will see tangible results is 4 to 6 weeks.
How many treatments needed?
For the Red Light, for the treatment of aging or photoaged skin, the recommended frequency of Red LED Light Therapy is 1-2 treatments every week for 6 weeks. Maintenance is recommended every 30-60 days.
For the Blue Led Light, the recommended frequency is 2-3 treatments per week for 2 weeks. Then cut back the treatments to 2 per week for 4 more weeks. Maintenance is recommended every 4-6 weeks, depending on the individual’s UV exposure and lifestyle.
Is there any downtime after the treatments?
LED Light Therapy is non-invasive, causes no inflammation, and requires no special post-treatment procedure.
Does LED light therapy work equally well on all skin types?
LED light therapy is safe and effective for all skin types and colors. The main prerequisite is that skin be clean for effective light transmission. No other preparation necessary.
What combination will enhance the result?
Microdermabrasion and Chemical Peels may be applied before or after LED Light Therapy to complement the treatments. Light exfoliation and LED Light Therapy are an excellent combination to enhance results.
Who Should not use LED Light Therapy?
LED light is suitable for all skin types, however, the following people should not use the therapy: Pregnant women, Epileptics, People with illnesses that are sensitive to light, People using tetracycline, accutane that may result in light sensitivity.