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 LED is a proven light-based skin corrective therapy that uses a vary of wavelengths ranging from blue, green, yellow, red and near-infrared. Each light wavelength targets different specific skin concerns to heal and rejuvenate problematic skin for a clearer, younger, and more radiant complexion.

LED Light Therapy – 45mins – $125
LED Add On – 20mins – $49


What does each LED Light do?

Blue Light – Reduces sebaceous activity targeting acne prone areas to reduce and prevent acne-causing bacteria. Works to clear congestion and reduce inflammation for a clearer, brighter complexion.

Green Light – Assists in skin tone correction which effectively fades and improves sun spots, age spots, discolouration to improve overall skin tone, balance and radiance.

Yellow Light – Stimulates collagen production and assists wound repair to naturally heal and regenerate skin from within. Strengthening vascular networks, soothing rosacea and detoxifying skin redness and irritation. Perfect for before or after a Skin Needling Treatment.

Red Light – Increases blood circulation and lymphatic flow to encourage cellular renewal and promote a youthful complexion. This light stimulates collagen and elastin to reduce the appearance of superficial wrinkles, fine lines and other signs of ageing.

Near-infrared – Concentrates on dermal repair, which encourages white blood cells to tighten and boost penetration within the subcutaneous layer of the skin, stimulating blood flow and reducing skin and tissue inflammation by speeding up the healing of lesions and wounds.

Is LED Light Therapy Safe?

LED Light Therapy is very safe, comfortable and suitable for all skin types. Since LED’s don’t contain UV rays, this is considered a safe form of light therapy that won’t cause any long-term damage to your skin. If you are currently taking roaccutane for acne, be advices that this powerful drug can increase skin sensitivity to light and may cause irritation to the area. If you have ‘photophobia’ or light sensitivity, which is an intolerance of light, can cause discomfort and sometimes bother an individuals sight.