LED LIGHT THERAPY
A naturally and non invasive beauty treatment for all ages, skin types and skin tones. It is fantastic for all round skin health, delivering energy into the skins cells to boost collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid. It is also great for those with problematic skin, helping with eczema, psoriasis and acne.
LED therapy delivers energy in the form of light deep into the body to energise and improve cell activity, basically kick starting the rejuvenation process. It places the skin into a state of repair which increases collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid production. Hydration is boosted which improves plumpness of the skin , reducing fine lines and wrinkles as well as giving a brighter complexion.
It also supports ageing skin, speeds up blood circulation and boosts the regeneration of cells. It also switches on your immune system which helps the body to ingest damaged cells and reproduce new ones. This also aids in reducing stress hormone levels.
LED also heals wounds, reduces bruising and swelling, calms skin disorders such as rosacea psoriasis and eczema: it’s also great for those with sensitive skin.
LED acts as an anti inflammatory and helps to reduce further symptoms making it great for acne!
HOW MANY TREATMENTS WILL I NEED?
An ideal regime of once a week would benefit the skin and body. However when treating a particular condition 2-3 times a week could be recommended. This can be used as a stand alone treatment, or added onto the end of another facial.
There are no adverse reactions or limitations to this treatment and is no damage done to the skin to gain these amazing results. Results are noticeable from just a few sessions, however a course of treatment gives better and longer lasting results.
POST TREATMENT ADVICE
There really isn't any downtime needed following an LED facial.
It is advised that roaccutane medication is stopped 5 days before treatment and can be resumed 1 day following treatment.
It is advised to stop topical roaccutane- isotretinoin 5 days either side of treatment.
Anyone taking photosensiting medication may cause extra sensitivity and redness however this only temporary and will go down after a few hours.
Apply minimum SPF30 everyday even if it’s cloudy for at least 2 weeks.
Drink lots of water.
An extensive medical will be carried out prior to treatment.