LED Light Therapy

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How do LED treatments work?

LED treatments use powerful light emitting diodes ranging from blue to green, yellow, red and near-infrared. Each light wavelength targets different specific skin concerns, and treatment is commonly used to address acne congestion, facial redness, pigmentation, uneven tone, ­neck lines, wrinkles and signs of ageing.

 Blue Light : Reduces sebaceous actvity and acne vulgaris. Works to clear congestion and kills acne-causing bacteria.

Green Light : Assists with skin tone correction and aids detoxi­cation to reduce redness and irritation for a balanced, calm complexion.

Yellow Light : Stimulates collagen production and assists wound repair to naturally heal and regenerate skin from within. Beneficial for rosacea and post-laser treatments.

Red Light : Increases blood circulation to encourage cellular renewal and promote a youthful complexion.

Near-Infrared Light : Increases white blood cell production to regenerate, rejuvenate, tighten and repair inflamed and ageing skin. Works to boost ATP for deep cellular regeneration and wound healing.

 

Are LED treatments suitable for me?

LED treatments are safe, comfortable and suitable for all skin types. During consultation, your clinician will discuss a treatment plan tailored to your individual skin concerns.

 

Can LED treatments be combined with other aesthetic treatments?

LED treatments are restorative by nature and will optimise results when paired with other skincare-based and technology-enhanced treatments.

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