LED Light Therapy
by Kamila Beauty Studio
For A Smoother & Repaired Skin
LED Light Therapy is a safe, non-invasive, and pain-free technique to address skincare concerns. Using different LED wavelengths, the therapy helps treat acne, sun-damaged skin, reduce scarring, bacteria development, skin inflammation, and promote anti-aging effects.
Primarily using red and blue lights, LED Light Therapy helps regulate and balance the natural oil production of your skin. It also stimulates natural collagen and elastin production. Ultimately, your skin looks more youthful and healthy over time. Completely safe as the light spectrum does not include UV, the procedure is natural and gentle for your skin.
UV-Free Anti-Aging Method
LED Light Therapy delivers cumulative results through clinically proven wavelengths that are UV-free. The LED light triggers your body’s natural cell response to accelerate the rejuvenation process and skin repair.
If you are looking to restore your skin radiance by addressing various skin conditions, LED Light Therapy may be for you. When used consistently over time, LED Light Therapy offers corrective results.
Based on the principle that natural light fuels your skin, LED Light Therapy boosts the production of natural collagen and elastin. It stimulates blood circulation and increases tissue repair to restore healthy skin cells that would not renew in normal conditions.
The deep penetration of LED Light Therapy brings back the skin's smoothness and brightens the skin. Extremely soothing for irritated areas, an LED is relaxing while leaving your skin fresh. Several treatments are necessary to see results.
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LED Light Therapy
What is LED Light Therapy?
LED light therapy is a popular non-invasive skin treatment for acne, sun damage, wounds, and other skin problems.
The treatment uses varying wavelengths of light to trigger the skin’s natural healing processes to repair the skin. Several treatments are necessary to see results.
The acronym LED means "light-emitting diode." The LED lights are miniature bulbs inserted into fixtures that provide light therapy. While traditional bulbs contain a filament that produces light, LED bulbs contain semiconducting diodes that interact with electrons to produce light in specific colors or wavelengths without emitting heat.
These lights have been in use since the 1960s, but people have only recently begun to use them as a skin treatment. NASA originally developed LED lights for plant growth experiments in space. However, since then, LEDs have shown promising results in wound healing and human tissue growth.
How can red and blue lights help my skin?
Different LED lights' wavelengths penetrate the skin at different depths. This penetration may trigger biological processes that help the skin rejuvenate and heal.
Blue LED light:
Experts believe that blue LED light reduces activity in the sebaceous glands, which are small oil-producing glands in the skin. This 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.
Red LED light:
Red LED light may improve scarring and signs of aging, such as wrinkles. It may do this 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.
Why should I consider LED Light Therapy?
LED light therapy can help treat a variety of skin problems, including:
Signs of aging, including wrinkles and age spots
Other inflammatory skin conditions
One of the main benefits of LED light therapy is its safety record. It does not contain UV light, which can be harmful to the skin. Therefore, LED therapy is suitable for regular use. It does not cause burns like many other treatments and is safe for any skin complexion.
Are there any side effects?
LED Light Therapy is painless. However, your skin may become slightly red initially until you get accustomed to the treatment. The side effect typically subsides within one hour after treatment. The skin might also seem drier. You may use a moisturizer after your treatment. The best part of getting LED light therapy treatments is that you do not experience any downtime, and you can resume your activity immediately.
LED light therapy is safe. The procedure is non-invasive and does not cause burning or pain. Short-term side effects are rare. When they do occur, they may include:
Individuals should not use LED therapy if they take certain medications, such as isotretinoin (Accutane), for acne or use topical treatments that cause sensitivity to sunlight. People with skin conditions should speak to a dermatologist before using LED light therapy.
How long does a LED Light Therapy session last?
When starting the treatment, your skin should not be exposed to the LED light for more than five minutes. With time, the treatment sessions gradually increase to 15 minutes.
How often should I schedule a session?
Treatments are generally recommended two or three times each week. The number of weeks needed to achieve the desired effect depends on your skin. However, the majority of people see results in four to six weeks. To maintain the effects, treatments are usually provided once every one or two weeks thereafter.
Which body parts can be exposed to LED Lights?
LED light therapy at any wavelength is safe to use on any topical region of the body. However, in most cases, protective goggles are typically recommended to prevent direct eye exposure.
How deep do the LED lights penetrate the skin?
The penetration ability of each wavelength is as follows:
Near-infrared-10 mm or 0.39 of an inch
Red-3 mm or one-tenth of an inch
Blue-1 mm or 0.03 of an inch
How do the LED lights impact my body?
Blood levels of the light-sensitive hormone melatonin, which may be abnormally high at certain times of day, are rapidly reduced by light exposure. Depending on when a bright light is presented, the body's internal clock which controls daily rhythms of body temperature, hormone secretion, and sleep patterns, shifts ahead or is delayed when stimulated by light. These physiological time shifts may be the basis of the therapeutic response. Light may also amplify the day-night difference in these rhythms.
Can I use LED Light Therapy if I am pregnant?
Although some pregnant patients have used the treatment successfully, LED Light Therapy has not been systematically evaluated during pregnancy. Three clinical trials in Connecticut, New York, and Ohio are underway, covering a variety of interventions for antepartum depression (depression during pregnancy).
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