If you want to enjoy beautiful and delicate skin … if you want to forget about imperfections such as fine lines, wrinkles, acne, or scars, LED therapy is here to help.
You know that light is extremely important for life on our planet. Just as plants need light to grow, so does our skin need light to be beautiful.
What is LED Therapy?
LED light therapy has a proven positive effect on the skin. It was created in the 1990s when the US Navy began using light therapy to heal wounds faster and regenerate damaged tissue.
Since then, the procedure has gained popularity and began to be used in aesthetics and cosmetology. Its biggest advantage is that it helps increase collagen and elastin in the tissues. This results in smoother skin and a visible reduction in:
– age spots;
– acne and scars from it;
– fine lines and wrinkles.
There are different frequencies or wavelengths used in LED light processing. These include frequencies of red and blue light that do not contain ultraviolet rays and are easily absorbed into the skin.
LED therapy uses light with different wavelengths, most often using blue and red light, which are easily absorbed by the skin.
Red or infrared light is used to treat the epidermis, which is the outer layer of the skin. When light reaches your skin, the epidermis absorbs it and then stimulates collagen proteins.
In theory, more collagen means that your skin will look smoother and thicker, which can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It is also believed that the red LED light reduces inflammation while improving circulation, which will brighten the skin.
On the other hand, blue LED light therapy targets the sebaceous glands that are located below the hair follicles. Sebaceous glands are needed to produce sebum, which protects your skin and hair from drying out. However, these glands can become overactive, leading to oily skin and acne.
Blue LED light therapy can treat these oil glands and make them less active. The result is fewer pimples and inflammation. Blue light can also kill acne-causing bacteria and can help treat severe inflammation, cysts, and nodules.
LED therapy does NOT use ultraviolet rays.
What to expect after the therapy?
LED light therapy is non-invasive, so no recovery time is required. Once the treatment is over, you can resume your daily activities.
Who is the therapy suitable for?
LED therapy is suitable for you if:
– You have dry skin with fine lines and wrinkles;
– You notice that your skin begins to relax;
– You have severe acne or acne scars.
– To feel the full effect of the procedure, we recommend a course of treatment lasting 6-10 procedures at intervals of 7-10 days, depending on skin type;
– You may need to have maintenance procedures every few months.