LED Light Therapy
30 minute LED session
Includes a cleanse LED and Hydrating SPF 30+
LED can be combined with other treatments, either before or after, to accelerate and enhance results.
Whilst there is no specific aftercare required, as with all treatments, basic skincare is required.
Always remember to wear an SPF 30+ to protect your skin from the sun.
LED should be performed in a series of six to eight, performed twice a week, no more than 4 days apart for optimal results, followed by monthly maintenance.
BLUE LIGHT (415nm)
Blue light has been shown to penetrate the skin's hair follicles and pores, which can harbor bacteria and cause acne. Blue light kills c.acne bacteria. This bacteria lives in an anaerobic environment (no oxygen) and produces a large number of endogenic porphyrins. When porphyrins absorb blue light, free radical damage is produced, singlet oxygen is released, and shuts down their metabolism, effectively destroying the bacteria. Blue light helps to normalise sebaceous activity and research has shown 76% to 80% improvement in acne.
Applications for 3 consecutive days proven to reduce acne by 99.99%.
RED LIGHT (633nm)
Red light therapy produces a biochemical effect in cells that strengthen the mitochondria. Red light penetrates 2 - 36 millimeters below the skin surface and produces wound healing & repair making this the ideal treatment post laser and in between skin needling and peel treatments.
Collagen is stimulated to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
Red LED provides stimulation to slow-healing wounds, post-surgery scars, cuts, bruising, post-inflammatory pigment from acne lesions assisting in their reduction and repair.
This light also helps to improve hair growth in people with Androgenic Alopecia.
NASA and US Navy found 600nm to 670nm to improve healing by 50% and fibroblast activity by 155%.
COMBINATION LIGHT (RED AND BLUE LIGHT)
A combination of red and blue light creates purple light.
This light helps eliminate toxins, reduces inflammation, improves healing and circulation of blood, assists wound healing, and reduces visible acne and acne marks.
It is recommended after aggressive and invasive treatments (such as botox, fillers, and lasers) since it considerably reduces inflammation and marks.
Don't forget to check our LED Facts page (link at the top of this page) for more information and to find out who can and can't have this treatment.