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This treatment uses natural light waves which are transmitted by LEDs into the skin. The light activate photoreceptors in skin cells, producing energy for absorption by skin components, to beautify your complexion.
Frequently used by dermatologists and beauty practitioners alike. This technology was Initially developed by NASA and has been scrutinised in clinical studies, scientific and medical research and independent testing, and has been approved for use by the FDA.
Naturally enhances functions like production of collagen and cell metabolism by converting the light emitted by LEDS to usable energy.
There's no UVA or UVB emitted so it's completely safe for all skin types.
LED light therapy mask is arguably the most effective and latest breakthrough in skincare. Why? Because it treats a wide variety of skin ailments while only taking 15 minutes of your time and in your own space.
What's LED therapy best for?
Depending on which wavelength is used, light therapy can increase collagen production & cell renewal, diminish fine lines & wrinkles, reduce pigmentation & even skin tone, shrink large pores & smooth skin texture, fight acne causing bacteria and minimize scarring.
Does it actually work?
Previously available only through doctors surgeries or specialised salons, the efficacy of light therapy has long been acknowledged in the medical community and frequently used by dermatologists and beauty practitioners alike.
Is it safe? How about side effects?
The FDA classifies LED devices as possessing “non-significant risk”; they are completely safe and possess no possibility of harm from over-exposure.
Since no UV light is emitted, there is no risk of sunburn or skin cancer. This treatment has no adverse reactions and no down-time.
We recommend speaking to your doctor first if you are pregnant, have epilepsy or photoallergy or are taking any of the following medications; steroids injections, cortisone injections, medications causing light sensitivity (such as Tetracycline).
Is the treatment painful?
Light therapy is a gentle, painless, non-invasive and non-abrasive treatment. You'll have no down time after each treatment.
How often is it recommended to use the mask?
We recommend you use the mask for 15 minutes a day, every day to see optimal results. We also recommend a maximum usage of 2 x 15 minute session a day.
How soon to see results?
Light therapy stimulates your own cells natural healing and collagen production, so the most visible results are not immediate. The skin can look different after the first treatment; smoother and more hydrated with a natural radiant glow, and with each treatment you will see improvement.
Acne scars and scars from other types of injuries can start to improve in as little as two weeks, and should gradually fade over time with continued use.
Can I continue my skin care routine as normal?
Yes! The LED mask will help to strengthen and rejuvenate the skin at a cellular level so will amplify the results achieved in other facial treatments. We recommend using the mask as an addition to your existing skincare routine.
Is LED for everyone?
Light therapy will have the greatest impact on skin cells with sluggish metabolism and slow cellular activity, showing visible signs of aging. It can be used on all skin types, colours and conditions.
Can I use red light therapy after Botox injections?
We recommended that you wait two weeks after Botox injections before beginning to use the mask. If you have any concerns, speak with your doctor or dermatologist.
Can I go out in the sun after this treatment?
Yes, LEDs emit no UV light and the treatment does not increase photo-sensitivity. We always recommend you slip, slop, slap every day to protect your skin from damaging UVA and UVB rays.
Can red light therapy cause sunburn/skin cancer?
No. Sun burn and skin cancer are caused by light exposure from UV wavelengths, which the LEDs do not emit.
Can I use red light therapy on tattooed skin?
The effect of light therapy on tattoos is not yet completely known. We recommend covering any exposed tattoos with a small amount of fabric to protect them from any unforeseen reaction to the light.