What is LED (Photo Dynamic Light therapy)?
Originally LED (PDT discovered that different light wavelengths (colour) affect the skin's receptors in positive and varying ways. Now, LED phototherapy is widely used to help treat additional skin conditions, repair injuries by stimulating muscle and bone tissue, and treatment for certain cancerous conditions.), was discovered by NASA almost 40 years ago. They used it to stimulate plant growth and later found that also helps to repair cells and encourages healing of injuries. So they began to use it on astronauts in space and found it to be a success. They
There are other names for this technology like PDT, LED, Photodynamic Therapy, Red Light Therapy etc.
What skin issues is LED phototherapy suitable for?
-Anti ageing (lines, wrinkles & skin tightening)
-Under Eye Dark Circles
-Rosacea (Flushing, Redness)
-Red Spider Veins
-Psoriasis and eczema
-S.A.D (Seasonal Deficiency Disorder)
-Melasma/Chloasma/Mask of Pregnancy
LED phototherapy is a light treatment that can be used to stimulate collagen production (reducing fine lines and wrinkles) and kill acne-causing bacteria on the skin, improving skin clarity—with no pain and no downtime.
LED phototherapy treatments are an excellent way to stimulate the skin to refresh itself by "super-charging" the cells and speeding up repair mechanisms.
Red light therapy: Activates collagen production to improve the visible signs of ageing, to restore glowing, healthy-looking skin. It can also be used to reduce age spots, sun damage, and overall redness, flushing, and dilated capillaries. Red light therapy can also reduce the appearance of bruising and reduce healing time. Results are often immediate.
Blue light therapy: Kills acne-causing bacteria, without harming skin, to improve skin clarity and reduce future breakouts. Results are often seen after just one treatment
Helps to treat acne, rosacea, oily and problematic skin.
Yellow Light therapy. Reduce inflammation and helps with hydration.
Green Light therapy. Helps with treating hyperpigmentation and detox.
Because it is a minimally invasive procedure, a series of treatments is ordinarily required to get any visible results.
An improvement may be seen after each session, however, most benefits will be visible after a few weeks and more dramatically 8-12 weeks post-course.
LED phototherapy is highly recommended after a Prescription Facial, Glycolic Peel, Enzyme Facial, Laser Treatment, Radio Frequency or Medical Micro-needling to increase results and accelerate healing.
Absolutely painless! Suitable for all skin types!
How LED phototherapy treats acne?
LED can help to prevent and control papules, pustules, and typical acne quite effectively if done properly. The Light penetrates into the dermis and slows sebaceous glands that create oils in the skin that can cause acne. Non-inflamed acne such as whiteheads and blackheads tend to respond less effectively. Multiple treatments are required. Treatments are typically done twice a week for a few weeks.
Is it safe?
LED phototherapy is extremely healthy for your skin and is a non-invasive alternative to improving the overall complexion of your problem areas. Though LED phototherapy is known for its immediate rejuvenating effect, results do vary depending on the individual.
Does not cause inflammation
Does not require any post-treatment therapy
How does this benefit my skin?
Improves the appearance of sun damaged skin
Reduces fine lines and wrinkles
Reduces the appearance of dark under-eye circles
Enhances firmness in the skin
Enhances radiance, even toned, smooth complexion
produces an instant lift and tightening of the skin
Are there any precautions?
PDT light therapy is considered a safe method to rejuvenate your skin from a cellular level, but there are a few precautions to take when undergoing treatment.
protective eyewear can be worn if you are sensitive to light
Do not use if you are pregnant
Do not use if you are epileptic
Do not use if you are taking steroid injections
Always use proper skin care provided by your professional skin care consultant