LED Light Therapy

LED Facial, Southlake

40 years of scientific research has resulted in the beauty industry’s newest wave of facials – LED light rejuvenation therapy. Elite Skin Solutions has captured the healing powers of light and introduces Light Therapy, the answer to safely achieving renewed, healthy skin.

Light therapy – Light Emitting Diode (LED) light therapy is known to increase the production of natural collagen as well as the level of blood circulation. Light therapy is based on the concept of multiple wavelenghts of light energy being sent through the skin, creating heat in the dermis that stimulates cellular activity and forming collagen. Results from light therapy typically are delayed sixty to one-hundred-eighty days since it takes time for collagen to form and accumulate.

This new facial restores skin’s natural cellular activity, which increases radiance, moisture, and circulation. The enhanced formation of new capillaries and the improved production of collagen will mean smoother, firmer, more youthful looking skin. Light Therapy also decreases certain flaws, such as blemishes, Rosacea, age spots, fine lines, & broken capillaries. This facial requires no down time – Light Therapy treatments take only 30 minutes from beginning to end.

Light Therapy uses red & infrared LED light LED light (light-emitting diodes) to heal skin. Unlike a laser, which is a focused beam of light that can be intense enough to “burn” tissue, LED’s do not deliver enough power to damage the tissue. However, they do deliver enough energy to stimulate a response from the body to heal itself. LED light is dispersed more evenly and the effects are more uniform than a laser.

This is not a new or fleeting science. Light Therapy has been used in the medical profession for over 30 years. Aside from the results, the best news is that Light Therapy has no reported side effects. It’s safe enough to be used in LED facial, Southlakechildren’s hospitals and is a proven healing treatment for jaundice, gum disease, mouth and skin ulcers, tempo

romandibular joint disease (TMJ), tendonitis, and carpal tunnel syndrome.

Among the 2,500 scientific papers published on the subject, Light Therapy has made the covers of National Geographic (Jan. 2001), Popular Science (April 2000), and Biophotonics International (Oct 2000).

Contraindications; Taking drugs known to cause sensitivity of skin to light,
Suspicious or cancerous lesions,
Recently had a steroid injection or use topical steroids.

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