Thursday, 29 April 2021
What is LED Light Therapy?
If I asked you to name one product or treatment that achieves successful results for all skin types, what would you say? Impossible? Not anymore. LED Light Therapy is a proven treatment for a variety of skin concerns including acne, pigmentation, redness and rosacea, as well as having excellent anti-ageing benefits.
To boost and enhance in-clinic treatments and achieve even greater results, you can now add LED Light Therapy to your at-home skin routine!
The LightStim LED Device for Wrinkles is made up of 72 LEDs with three different wavelengths or colours (Amber, Red and Infrared) to treat wrinkles on the forehead, cheeks, nasolabial folds, jawline, crow’s feet and even your lips. The professional strength device is FDA cleared and is great for all skin types, delivering clinically proven results.
Innovative and non-invasive LED device for home-use with five different treatment modes with varying colours to target specific skin concerns.
MZ Skin Light Therapy Golden Facial Treatment Device brings the clinic treatment to your home, offering complete skin rejuvenation with five LED colour modes to target and treat specific skin concerns. Each light offers a targeted treatment including diminishing hyper-pigmentation, stimulating the production of collagen, anti-bacterial action, soothing skin sensitivity and calming inflammation.
This multi-tasking LED facial mask delivers four different wavelengths for the optimal skin treatment in the comfort of your own home. This mask is the market leading professional LED mask with the highest strength LED output, the most LED lights in a mask format and offering the most comfortable fit.
Take advantage of this innovative professional LED technology in the comfort of your own home for the optimal skin treatment. Choose from four different wavelengths and six programmes to tackle a range of skin concerns including ageing, dull and tired skin, pigmentation, problematic skin, post-procedure and post-injectables.
How does LED light therapy work?
LED (Light Emitting Diode) delivers optimised light at a specific wavelength to stimulate the creation of collagen and elastin, eliminate collagenase (the enzyme responsible for ageing), increase blood flow and achieve a rejuvenated, radiant and healthy appearance. Here's how each LED light colour treats the skin and different skin concerns:Red LED Light
The red light acts as an anti-wrinkle and skin rejuvenation therapy. The infrared uses a long wavelength, activating cell regeneration, fibroblasts and stimulating the creation of collagen and elastin. As a result, it helps to substantially reduce wrinkles and fine lines; closes large pores; and slows down ageing of the skin.Blue LED Light
Blue light acts as a powerful anti-acne treatment, working to cure blemishes by starting at the root cause: the bacteria that causes acne. The blue wavelength has the ability to penetrate the skin and produce radical oxygen that destroys the bacteria Propionibacterium Acnes.Purple LED Light
A combination of red and blue light creates purple light, which helps eliminate toxins, reduces inflammation and improves healing and circulation of blood. As a result, purple light is highly recommended after aggressive and invasive treatments (such as Botox, fillers or lasers), since it considerably reduces inflammation and marks. It also helps wound healing and reduces visible acne and acne marks.Yellow LED Light
Yellow light stimulates lymphatic circulation, improves the oxygenation of the cells and favours the immune system. As a result, it helps reduce redness (couperose) and irritation; regulates sensitive skin; and increases the luminosity and softness of the skin. Yellow light also stimulates the nervous system, improving muscle and tissue tone. As a result, it has a highly firming and tightening effect on the skin.Green LED Light
The green light helps to control hyperpigmentation of the skin and has a great regenerative power of skin nutrients damaged by sun and age. The green light acts against the melanocytes, the melanin forming cells in the inner part of the epidermis, inhibiting the production of excess melanin. As a result, it helps eliminate dark spots on the skin and is highly beneficial for people suffering hyperpigmentation, melasma and vitiligo. Dark scars are lightened and skin tone is equal with expression lines reduced.
As great as it sounds, LED Light isn't a (colourful) magic wand that is going to fix skin concerns overnight. However, after several sessions with continued use and as part of a wider treatment plan, amazing results can be achieved.
Here's what Kate, Face the Future's registered Nurse Independent Prescriber, had to say about LED light therapy:
“In clinic we use LED light primarily for inflammatory skin conditions, particularly things like rosacea, diffused redness and damage to the acid mantle (as a result of over exfoliation or over stimulation of the skin). LEDs are an essential component in our skin clinic and can be used in isolation or as part of a treatment programme for repairing and maintaining healthy skin."
To find out more about our in-clinic treatments including LED Light Therapy, you can call the clinic on 0113 282 7744 or book a free consultation. If you would like advice on our at-home LED devices, you can speak to our customer service skin specialists on 0113 282 7744 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Written for you by: Alex, Face the Future