LED Light Therapy (add-on)

  • 1 hour
  • 20 US dollars
  • Myrtle Avenue

Service Description

What is LED light therapy? Light emitting diode (LED) light therapy is growing in popularity in both aesthetician offices and at home. Using varying LED wavelengths, this skincare technique purportedly helps: treat acne reduce inflammation promote anti-aging effects You may be a candidate for LED light therapy if you have these types of skincare concerns and haven’t gotten the results you want from over-the-counter (OTC) skin products. LED therapy is also safe for all skin colors, and it doesn’t cause any burning. How it works LED light therapy has an established history of skin uses. The U.S. Navy SEALs began using it in the 1990s to help heal wounds quickly and to help regenerate damaged muscle tissues. Since then, the treatment has been researched for different situations in aesthetics. It’s mainly noted for increasing collagen and tissues. All of which can smooth out your skin and reduce the appearance of damage from: age spots acne wrinkles There are different frequencies, or wavelengths, used with LED light treatment. These include red and blue light frequencies, which don’t contain ultraviolet rays and are readily absorbed into the skin. Risks and side effects Since LEDs don’t contain UV rays, this is considered a safer form of light therapy that won’t cause long-term damage to your skin. The procedure is also noninvasive and has few risks. We recommend LED light therapy if you have darker or sensitive skin. Unlike more invasive procedures such as laser therapy, LEDs don’t burn your skin. They also don’t cause any pain. However, there may still be risks associated with LED light therapy. If you currently use Accutane for acne, be advised that this powerful drug derived from vitamin A increases your skin’s sensitivity to light and may cause scarring in some instances. Do not use LED light therapy if you’re using anything on your skin that makes you sensitive to sunlight. You also might consider avoiding this treatment if you currently have an active rash. Talk with your doctor if you have psoriasis. Red light therapy could help but only if you use it in conjunction with your regularly prescribed treatments. What to expect after therapy LED light therapy is noninvasive, so no recovery time is required. You should be able to continue with your everyday activities once your treatment is over.


Contact Details

  • 59-06 Myrtle Avenue, Flushing, NY, USA

    3472436493

    Dejasssbeautysalon@gmail.com