What is LED Light Phototherapy?

LED Phototherapy is based on the principle that living cells are able to be influenced by light and absorb light. The treatment has long been recognised for its regenerating and anti-inflammatory properties.

While we often associate light exposure with skin ageing and damage, light has many positive influences on the body. It helps us produce vitamin D, provides energy and serotonin. Additionally, it can also accelerate our skin’s natural repair processes.

The differences between the positive and negative effects of light are the amount and the parts of the light spectrum we are exposed to. On-going exposure to UV is very damaging but controlled levels of Red, Blue and Near Infrared light are clinically proven to be beneficial.

LED Phototherapy treatment involves exposing the skin to low levels of this beneficial light energy. This energises cellular functions. Skin cells that are energised function better and can renew up to 200% faster. This leads to younger, healthy and radiant skin.

Dermalux LED

The Dermalux LED devices use only the most clinically proven light wavelengths to target and effectively treat a range of problem skin conditions.

Blue light 415nm

Blemish fighting blue light destroys the bacteria which causes spots and improves skin clarity without irritation. It also has a calming effect for problem skin conditions.

Red light 633nm

Rejuvenating Red light energises cells to accelerate renewal, boost collagen and elastin production and increase hydration for smoother firmer skin. Ideal for restoring vitality and glow.

Near Infrared 830nm

Regenerating Near Infrared light offers advanced rejuvenation benefits, promotes healthy skin, calms redness and irritation and helps to reduce pigmentation.

Dermalux Flex helps with the following conditions-
* Acne
* Ageing
* Rosacea
* Redness
* Eczema
* Psoriasis
* Scarring
* Pigmentation

We are proud to be introducing this new treatment to our salon and helping our clients get even better results.

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