Red and Blue light therapy

Red and Blue light therapy

30 Minutes Duration
Starting at $40
Prices & Packages

Prices & Packages

Red and Blue light therapy
Per Session
Package of 4 (Per Session)

Questions? We've Got Answers.

LED therapy is a non-invasive skin treatment that uses specific wavelengths of light to target and treat various skin concerns. Depending on the color or wavelength used, it can stimulate collagen production, combat acne-causing bacteria, reduce inflammation, or promote healing. The light penetrates the skin layers, triggering cellular processes without emitting harmful UV rays.

Yes, different LED colors address various issues. For example, blue light is often used for acne and breakouts as it targets acne-causing bacteria. Red light, on the other hand, is used for anti-aging and skin rejuvenation, promoting collagen production and reducing fine lines. There are also other colors like green, yellow, and near-infrared, each with its unique benefits.

While some individuals might notice immediate improvements in skin radiance and tone after a single session, consistent treatments over several weeks are usually required for more lasting and dramatic results. The number of sessions needed depends on the individual's skin type and specific concerns being addressed.

LED therapy is generally considered safe, and there's no downtime post-treatment. Some individuals might experience minor redness or warmth immediately after, but this typically subsides within a few hours. However, always consult with a professional before starting treatment, especially if you have any existing skin conditions or sensitivities.

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  • Clean Skin: It's crucial to start with a clean face. Remove any makeup, sunscreen, and skincare products so that the LED light can penetrate the skin effectively without any barriers.
  • Avoid Photosensitive Products: If you've been using products that make your skin photosensitive, like certain acne medications or ingredients like retinoids, consult with your skincare professional. They might advise you to pause their use a few days before the treatment.
  • Hydrate: Drink plenty of water before your session. Well-hydrated skin can potentially respond better to LED therapy.