LED light therapy is used for its ability to stimulate collagen and elastin production, reduce inflammation and accelerate the healing process. Our light therapy is delivered via an overhead canopy that emits different frequencies and wavelengths of light energy. The nature of your skin problem, in addition to your desired outcome, will determine which type of light we use.
Red light supercharges the skin cells at a deeper level and is predominantly used for the anti-ageing benefits. It also has a powerful anti-inflammatory action which helps to accelerate the healing process. It strengthens the skin making it an ideal treatment for rosacea.
Blue light targets bacteria in the sebaceous glands in the skin thus reducing breakouts. It is a powerful, effective treatment of acne from specific acne-producing bacteria.
Yellow light therapy is effective in the treatment of sensitive skin. It increases lymphatic flow thus reducing puffiness to the skin and it also has a positive effect on clients suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), as bright light therapy is clinically proven to boost your serotonin levels.
Green light therapy targets colour and is useful in reducing pigmentation.
Red light therapy
Blue light therapy
Yellow light therapy
Green Light Therapy
Programmes skin cells to perform better and is instant and ongoing
In a similar fashion to plants, our cells have the ability to absorb light and convert it into energy. I explain this to my clients with the analogy of UV light stimulating an enzyme reaction which causes our skin to tan. Equally, different wavelengths of light have the ability to stimulate different enzyme reactions which have a different effect on the skin.
As with many other skin health treatments, maintaining benefit depends on your lifestyle, nutrition and use of skin products.
It isn’t suitable for people with conditions causing photosensitivity, such as epilepsy.
Yes – it enhances aesthetic injectable treatments. Stimulated skin improves the skin quality, thus improving the ‘canvas’ for injectable treatments to be more effective.
Microdermabrasion, Vitamin C and LED light therapy.
Supports IPL treatment for pigmentation as it blocks the melanocytes, which produce pigments.
Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Sun Damage and Pigmentation
Acne and Problem Skin
Wound Healing and Scarring
Sensitive and Inflamed Skin
It is completely safe to use.
There is no specific aftercare but we strongly recommend you wear a high factor sun protection and minimise cultural stress so that you don’t undo all of the benefits.
£40 per treatment
A deposit of £25 is required to secure the appointment. We also have our Fresh Face Membership Plan that allows you to benefit by paying monthly along with lots of other member benefits.