Your skin deserves to look good in the spotlight, so why not give it an extra special glow with LED Light Therapy? LED is the acronym for light – emitting diode.
This state-of-the-art treatment can minimise a range of skin problems. It tackles acne, wrinkles, psoriasis, sun damage, redness, age spots and pigmentation, and boost blood circulation to the facial skin.
It’s completely non-invasive and a totally painless procedure that can help to leave your skin soft and smooth.
We offer two types of light therapy in the form of a light therapy mask, or a light phototherapy facial.
LED Light Mask
How the LED Light Mask works
The LED Face Mask has three different settings each with specific healing capabilities. We adjust the settings used in your treatment to account for your needs and the condition of your skin.
Red LED (650 – 730nm) This setting reduces fine lines and wrinkles, age spots and sun damage. It increases collagen and reduces the overall appearance of redness, flushing and dilated capillaries. Results are often immediate.
Blue LED (430 – 450nm) At this setting, the light attacks PP-9, producing “singlet oxygen”. This form of oxygen is extremely toxic to the bacteria that cause acne. As a result it decreases the superficial appearance of acne and the root cause.
Mixed LED The mixed setting combines and alternates between the Red and Blue. It’s the setting that ensures you get the most out of the treatment.
Please note, when using the LED Mask we can personalise the treatment to your individual needs.
Length of Treatment
A treatment usually lasts 30 to 45 minutes, depending on the treatment area and skin condition being treated. An LED mask is placed over the face, delivering targeted light waves to activate skin cells; this corrects the effects of ageing, acne and pigmentation. The treatment is finished off with active serum applied to the face.
If you have a condition such as acne or psoriasis, or you want collagen stimulation, then typically 4-8 treatments are required. Depending on your condition you could require this treatment once a week, or every other week, for the duration of the treatment sessions.
Some people notice an instant freshening of the skin, especially when under the red light. But for most treatments and conditions the results are visible weeks later, as the body takes time to process its response to the light – it can take weeks for new collagen to grow, or for acne to visibly reduce.