What is LED light therapy?
Light Emitting Diode (LED) light therapy is growing in popularity in both aesthetician offices and at home. Skin treatment and Facials are among the most popular spa services available, and for very good reason. If you are considering receiving some type of facial treatment, you probably already know that this relaxing experience can be highly beneficial to your complexion, as it will provide you with the fresh, radiant and youthful skin that you love. If that’s something you’d like to achieve, perhaps consider trying an LED light therapy .
While it's true that facials, in general, can help remove dry, dead skin, and clogged pores, choosing the exact facial that best suits your skin type and condition can ensure you experience the most effective results. An LED flight therapy facial is especially suitable for deep cleansing, stimulating collagen production, and reducing inflammation, making it absolutely ideal for all skin types.
Also, some research has found that blue light therapy may contribute to aging by causing free radical damage to the skin. LED therapy is also safe for all skin colors, and it doesn't cause any burning.
Generally, LED light therapy is safe when it's used alone without sensitizing medications or creams. LED lights don't damage the skin or skin tissues. In addition, if you are looking to treat a medical condition using LED light therapy, always confirm the diagnosis first with a doctor
You should consider this quick facial because:
- Red LED light is effective on file lines and aging, as it stimulates blood circulation.
- Blue LED light therapy is effective against cystic acne and blemishes as it has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.
- The green light is responsible for treating sagging skin, dark circles and hyperpigmentation.
- Yellow light treats redness and rosacea.
- Blue LED light is most often used to treat acne. It may do this by reducing activity in the sebaceous glands, so they produce less of the oil that can plug the hair follicles, leading to acne.
What does the procedure look like?
LED light therapy devices, including masks, have the potential to give you smoother, clearer skin. LED light therapy will treat the skin with light, hence its name. Different LED lights will treat the skin in different ways and treat a variety of skin problems and conditions.
The first part of an LED facial is a deep cleansing treatment, including steaming and exfoliation, to ensure that the skin is as pure as possible and therefore fully ready to receive and benefit from the LED treatment. . Then, while you relax comfortably, the LED machine will be placed on your face and three different LED lights of different wavelengths and functions will be emitted on your skin. Amber light stimulates collagen and elastin production, red light reduces inflammation and promotes better circulation, and infrared light speeds up the skin's recovery process. LED treatment can help minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage, and stretch marks. It is much gentler than more extensive procedures such as plastic surgery or laser treatments, although it is true that the results are also much less dramatic.
After exposure to the LED, the skin is normally carefully inspected and the necessary extractions performed, before the skin is cleaned again to help remove any remaining bacteria. Finally, a hydrating mask finishes off the treatment. Some of the most notable and desirable results include a smoother, clearer, cleaner, and less inflamed complexion. These results can be maintained with more LED facials received every one to two months, which are often especially appreciated during winter, when they can make the person feel like they are being gently exposed to warm, natural sunlight.
Red light is know for is ability to improve overall skin texture and smoothness whilst also regulating pigmentation and blue light targets the p-acnes bacteria within the skin to eradicate breakouts and ph balance the skin. Blue light may also kill acne-causing bacteria known as Cutibacterium acnes. Often blue and red light are used in combination to help fight acne.
People can choose to have LED light therapy at a dermatologist's office or to use a device at home. The treatment uses varying wavelengths of light to trigger the skin's natual healing process to repair the skin. Several treatments are necessary to see results.
Are There Any Risks to Using LED masks? In general, LED masks are safe. There are exceptions to this rule, though. Be sure to follow these tips before trying one
LED light therapy is a popular noninvasive skin treatment for acne, sun damage, wounds, and other skin problems. People can choose to have LED light therapy at a dermatologist's office or to use a device at home. The treatment uses varying wavelengths of light to trigger the skin's natural healing process to repair the skin. Several treatments are necessary to see results.
What happens during in-office LED light therapy?
After putting on your goggles, lie on your back as your healthcare provider places the LED light therapy device above your face. Lie still during the entire treatment as the device works. The treatment usually lasts about 20 minutes. LED light therapy is a non-invasive, painless treatment. During treatment, you might feel some warmth but no discomfort.
Are there any side effects?
Our LED Light Therapy is a safe, non-irritating treatment that has no downtime and requires no preparation. Risks of LED light therapy, While several medical studies note the benefits of LED light therapy for the skin, there isn't enough research available yet to know for sure how well these treatments work.
LED skin light therapy is a non-invasive facial that is relaxing, painless, and extremely beneficial to the skin. As part of this therapy, a group of bright light-emitting diodes is placed on the face for between five and thirty minutes, allowing low-level light energy to penetrate deep into the skin, stimulating its natural healing properties and eliminating problem bacteria. . LED facials can be used after intense exfoliation or extractions to help stimulate skin healing. A regular facial will actually produce more breakouts due to the massage technique.
Following up on your LED facial with the proper skincare routine can ensure that you receive the full results you want for as long as possible. Your esthetician will discuss the skin care routine that is best for your skin type and will likely recommend regular facials that will help promote healthy, nourished skin that looks youthful and radiant.