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FAST FACTS: LED Light Therapy

What is LED light therapy and how does it work?

LED light therapy is a non-invasive light therapy procedure that delivers low-level pulses of light up to three times brighter than the sun to activate skin cells. It works like photosynthesis for the skin, converting light energy already found in skin cells to promote healing and anti-aging effects.

What skin conditions does it treat?

Stimulating the body’s tissues to convert light energy into cellular energy can treat many skin problems including:

  • Wrinkles
  • Acne
  • Scars
  • Cellulite
  • Stretch marks

What are LED treatments like?

LED treatments are safe, natural, and pain free. Before each treatment, skin is cleansed to remove any dirt, oil, or makeup. The client then lies under the light panels for about 20 minutes. The lights emit a gentle, relaxing warmth. Many clients even fall asleep during the process.

How many treatments are required?

The number of treatments will vary depending on the client’s needs. Some may only require a few treatments, while those with more chronic conditions affecting the deeper tissue layers may require more sessions.

How effective is LED light therapy?

Many anti-aging and skin rejuvenation treatments involve invasive, painful, and often expensive means of correction, which can prove ineffective. Light therapy treats the skin from the inside out. Instead of just treating external skin damage, it works at the cellular level to promote healing before it is evident on our faces. Clients are seeing amazing results, particularly those with acne.

Is light therapy right for me?

Light therapy is safe and effective on all skin types. It is the most effective, non-invasive skin rejuvenator, and it’s proven results make it an affordable solution for clearer, younger looking skin. It also significantly enhances the results of chemical peels, cellulite regimens and photofacials.