LED Light Therapy
Light based, wound healing, skin rejuvenation.
Harness the healing power of LED light therapy
The deep penetrating and soothing LED lights are ideal for reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improving uneven skin tone, targeting active acne and illuminating the skin.
By heightening your skin’s internal function, LED Light Therapy will induce faster healing making it the perfect treatment to combine with your other Laser Skin Care treatments.
Typical treatments are fast and effective, lasting between 10 and 20 minutes. With uniquely coloured LED lights available (red and blue), your treatment can be tailored to suit your individual skin goals.
Benefits of LED Light Therapy for your complexion :
- Induce fast healing and decrease pain – Heightens internal skin call functions and induces faster healing.
- Targets active acne – Blue LED light therapy works effectively to target inflammatory acne.
- Reduce acne-causing bacteria – Eliminates acne-causing bacteria that lives on the skin.
- Quick and easy treatments – Sessions only last 10 to 20min so you can be in and out and looking your best in no time at all.
How it works
There are two main kinds of visible light therapy used in clinical settings: blue light and red light. Each has a specific use, and, while they both help acne, each has different benefits.
We start with deciding which coloured wavelength is right for you.
Blue Light Therapy
Our Blue light therapy is most commonly used to address acne breakouts. The wavelength of blue light has an antimicrobial effect, making it effective at killing several types of bacteria that can collect in your pores and oil glands and cause breakouts.
Blue light therapy also helps condition your skin, getting rid of free radicals that oxidize and age your face. The treatment also has anti-inflammatory benefits, which decreases other symptoms of acne, such as redness.
Red Light Therapy
Our Red LED Light Therapy is a fantastic treatment to increase the overall health of your skin. Red light therapy helps promote healing and may work to decrease the visibility of acne scarring. It also has anti-inflammatory capabilities.
Red light therapy works deep below the surface of your skin to help soothe and repair tissue. If your acne is caused by a chronic skin condition, red light therapy might be the choice for you.
Due to its healing properties, we recommend Red Light Therapy post laser, injectables and skin needling treatments.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, LED Light Therapy can be used to kill bacteria on the skin and has been used by dermatologists as an alternative acne treatment for the past 20 years.
Light therapy — also called blue light, red light, or phototherapy — is a research-backed treatment that’s safe for most people and relatively free of side effects.
The number of treatments required will depend on your individual goals, which will be discussed during your initial consultation.
Typically, patients are treated two times per week over a period of time and many patients see and feel results after just one treatment.
Relatively short, depending on your individual treatment plan.
Typical treatments are fast and effective, lasting between 10 and 20 minutes.
Yes, LED Light Therapy was initially developed to aid in the recovery of wounds and post-surgery scars, without the harmful use of radiation. Now, you can undergo LED Light Therapy to assist with pain relief, superficial skin lesions, rosacea, burns or simply as an addition to your advanced skin care regimen.
There isn’t any downtime from the standalone LED treatment.
Results will vary and the number of treatments that you will need will depend on your skin. Typically 10 x 20 minute treatments will reduce wrinkles and improve the quality of your skin by up to 60%. The vast majority of people will see significant improvement during treatments, but the full effect of a treatment program will be seen 2 to 4 months after the treatment program has ended.
The results from this treatment are long lasting and you can expect the improvement in your skin to last for at least two years. However it is advisable to get regular ‘top up’ treatments every couple of months or so.