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LED Light Therapy uses light-emitting diode technology to activate and promote collagen production and increase the rate of skin cell renewal. Enhanced collagen production greatly reduces fine lines and improves the overall texture of the epidermis, resulting in a more youthful, radiant appearance.

LED is the only aesthetic device that has no contra-indications of any kind. It is good for all skin types, colours and conditions. It is safe for the eyes and it cannot be overused.

LED is great for reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improving uneven skin tone, reducing pores size, brightening the skin and rejuvenating the youthful look of your skin.

LED Light Therapy can also specifically target acne bacteria that cause acne lesions. By removing the bacteria, this treatment reduces active acne.

LED Red light therapy is a skin care treatment being offered as an alternative to physician-administered laser therapy. Most studies involving LED red light therapy revolve around the treatment of acne, rosacea, and of its ability to get rid of wrinkles. Studies suggest that concentrated red light is absorbed by the mitochondria in the cells and stimulates the generation of more collagen: the building block of skin structure.

LED Light therapy was first discovered by NASA astronauts as a way to grow plants in space. It has since been used for the treatment of certain psychiatric conditions and sleep disorders. LED Red light therapy in dermatology was investigated as doctors noticed an increasing amount of patients who were immune to the normal antibiotic treatments used to get rid of acne. The studies recently expanded to observe whether LED red light therapy can also be used to get rid of wrinkles.

LED light therapy is a painless, relaxing, non-invasive skin-care treatment that has multiple benefits—particularly stimulating collagen and treating mild to moderate acne.

LED treatments work by using an array of bright light-emitting diodes (originally developed by NASA) that send low-level light energy into the deeper layers of the skin.

Red light LED stimulates cellular activity, including the fibroblasts that produce collagenwhich gives young skin its plump look. That helps minimize fine lines and wrinkles, treat sun-damage and stretch marks, and reduce redness after more aggressive IPL or laser treatments. The results won’t be as dramatic as plastic surgery, IPL, or laser, but it’s a gentler, more natural, less expensive way to go.

Blue light LED works by killing Propionibacterium acnes, the bacteria that lives below the surface of the skin and is responsible for acne.

As research into LED continues, more and more benefits of red light therapy continue to emerge. Some of these include:

  • Minimizes wrinkles and fine lines
  • Reduces aging blemishes and scars
  • Smoothens out skin tone
  • Makes pores smaller
  • Firms up the skin
  • Diminishes signs of aging
  • Alleviates early rosacea
  • Soothes inflammation from acne and sunburns
  • Aids in the synthesis of elastin and collagen
  • Gives skin a nice glowing appearance

There are few immediate changes to skin, as change occurs naturally over a period of weeks. Everyone reacts differently, depending on their age and the condition of their skin. In general, best results are achieved over an 8 – 12 week period.
It is recommended to start with a commitment of 15 minutes treatment at least 3-5 times per week for the first 1-4 weeks. Then you should use the Red Light Therapy at least 2-3 times per week for the following 4-12 weeks, and finally 1-2 times per week to maintain your desired skin results.

LED is the only aesthetic device that has no contra-indications of any kind. It is good for all skin types, colours and conditions. It is safe for the eyes and it cannot be overused. Not to be confused with laser, the light therapy was originally developed to fast-track the healing of wounds and post surgery scars.