Light therapy is an advanced technology that offers a vast quantity of benefits for the skin. There are a number of different colored wavelengths that help the skin in positive yet different ways. The layers of the skin are comprised of a high content of blood and water which allows them to easily and readily absorb and accept light. Once absorbed into the skin the different colors work hard offering their own unique benefits.  Laboratory studies have shown that skin cells grow 150-200 percent faster when exposed to certain LED light wavelengths.

Red LED (650 nm)
Has the ability to reach down into all the layers of the skin where it rejuvenates, stimulates collagen production, prompts cellular repair, and increases circulation promoting a more vibrant and youthful complexion. Red LED lights work to deliver optimal skin rejuvenation. This combination of LED lights is ideal for deeper lines and wrinkles, scarring, and promoting a more even skin tone.

Blue LED (415nm)
Has been proven to have powerful anti-bacterial properties that have the ability to kill the acne causing bacteria, P. acne. It prevents and treats mild to moderate acne. Blue light also helps to purify the skin, stabilize oil glands, and sooth inflammation.

Yellow LED  (570nm)
Reduces the appearance of redness, swelling, and inflammation. This color of light is beneficial for rosacea and treating burns such as sunburns.

Green LED (565nm)
Is absorbed into the skin where it has a calming effect. It helps to lighten hyper-pigmentation spots revealing a brighter complexion. The calming effect also has anti-inflammatory properties that soothe the surface of the skin.

Orange LED (605nm)
Helps to revitalize the skin and it has been shown to bring vitality to dull and lifeless complexions. Orange light is good for bringing a glow to the skin for special occasions.

The recommended professional LED protocol is six 30 minute treatments 2x week, followed by a maintenance treatment every month.

What Does Light Therapy Do?

Increases circulation

Stimulates the production of collagen Helps to heal wounds Protects healthy skin

Helps to repair damaged skin

Decreases pore size

Useful in skin rejuvenation

Increases RNA and DNA synthesis, helping damaged cells to replace more promptly

Stimulates fibroblastic activity

Increases lymphatic system activity

Kills bacteria that causes acne

Comforts sore muscles, aches and pains

Increases moisture retention

Firms skin

Increases oxygenation and restoration of skin’s natural cellular activity, which keeps the skin renewed and fresh.