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Now that you know where light therapy originated, you are probably wondering exactly what LED light therapy is. In one sentence, it is a process that emits infrared lights on your face in different wavelengths or spectrums. What those wavelengths are is determined by the specific kind of treatment you’re looking for from LED light therapy.
If that sounds complicated, don’t worry too much, it is pretty straightforward. The light waves that are sent to your skin actually trigger certain reactions in your skin cells. These reactions are what, in turn, gives you the results you are trying to achieve. The reactions happen at the dermis layer of the skin. Your dermis layer converts the light into a fuel of sorts that the cells then use to do its job in healing the skin. Think of LED light treatment as a way to fill up your skin’s gas tank. LED light treatment speeds up your skins ability to perform its natural functions.
The benefits of light therapy skin care :
Reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles: by stimulating collagen and elastin production
Reducing the appearance of scars and other skin ailments, such as rosacea: by deeply penetrating the skin and promoting growth of skin cells
Treating acne: by fighting off and killing the bacteria under your skin
But, regardless of what reason you decide use the treatment, the overall benefits are the same, regardless of which light treatment you use. Yes, that’s right. While specific light treatments will fight specific ailments, you’ll experience the added benefits of using LED light therapy regardless of which you choose. These include drastically improved skin clarity, tone, and texture.
Red light facial treatment is an extremely safe and gentle non-invasive alternative to dramatic plastic surgery procedures, laser resurfacing, chemical peels, Collagen and Botox injections and other invasive treatments. The results can vary by individual and skin type, are gradual, and will not just occur over night. Although red light treatment has been known to produce an immediate and temporary rejuvenating effect, continued daily application will provide more cumulative long-term, lasting results.