LED light therapy can be used to reduce breakouts, pigmentation, rosacea symptoms, psoriasis and other side-effects of inflammation. If you don’t suffer from the above, LED light therapy can simply help to improve the general appearance of your skin and reduce visible signs of ageing.
The benefits of light therapy go well beneath the skin’s surface. In fact, LED light treatments have been applauded for improving mental health!
Client feedback suggests that a short period of time spent under in-clinic LED lamps could dramatically boost our serotonin levels, which in turn lifts mood, spirits and reduces stress levels.
Celebrities like Bella Hadid, Camila Mendes, Joan Smalls, and Lili Reinhart love it.
30 Minutes – $50
$30 to add to any skin care treatment
LED Light Therapy Colors
Experts believe that blue LED light reduces activity in the sebaceous
glands, which are small oil-producing glands in the skin. This
reduction in activity causes the glands to produce less oil, possibly
improving acne symptoms.
Blue light may also kill a type of bacteria that contributes to acne
by causing inflammation.
It also indicates that blue light can improve the healing of third
Red LED light may improve scarring and signs of aging, such as
wrinkles. By acting on fibroblasts, which are skin cells that are
responsible for collagen production.
Collagen is a protein in the skin and other connective tissues. It
plays a role in skin healing. The body produces less collagen as a
person ages, which causes the skin to show signs of aging.
Red light also reduces skin inflammation.
In LED light therapy for skin, green light targets dark circles,
pigmentation, broken capillaries and sunspots, and as a result could
have an impact on skin pigmentation. It also calms irritated or
Now that you know a few ways green light therapy has been used, let’s
explore the science behind one of the most promising areas of
research: its impact on migraines.
Purple LED is a combination of red and blue wavelengths, offering dual
benefits of both skin clearing (blue) and anti-ageing (red). Purple is
also beneficial for cellular oxygenation and regeneration to promote
enhanced skin fitness and vitality.