“LED stands for Light Emitting Diode, which is a computer chip encased in a
glass-like resin, which emits therapeutic wavelengths (or colours) of light
LED gives the cells a ‘full tank of fuel’ and these fibroblast cells start to
produce collagen and elastin
•Our skin has the ability to absorb light and use it as a source of energy to
stimulate a healing response
•LED therapy uses specific colour wavelengths of light that penetrate the skin
at varying depths. The light works to energies cells in the skin to produce
collagen, improve elasticity and increase blood circulation and oxygen flow
while releasing toxins.
•This stimulates the anti-ageing process, helps to normalize cellular imbalance
and improves skin tone and clarity.
•Achieving results with LED Phototherapy is dependent of a number of key
parameters to maximize the light / chromophore interaction that allow
photobiomodulation to take place.
•The key parameter is the precise wavelength or nanometre (nm) which
determines the target for the light and also the depth of penetration into the
skin. The second important parameter is the output power or photon intensity.
•The number of treatments you will need can vary with skin type and
condition. One session is an ideal ‘pick me up’ for the skin. A course of
treatment is recommended for long term results