Our non-invasive LED light therapy works at a cellular level. The soothing, deep penetrating LED lights target deep into cells heightening their internal functions, photo-stimulating dermal blood flow, and creates faster healing so your skin always looks rejuvenated.

What are LED Lights?

LED is a light emitting diode. LED technology uses wavelengths from the visible light spectrum as well as near infrared. They do not contain harmful ultraviolet wavelengths and therefore cannot damage skin tissue.

What is the history of LED Lights?

NASA first used LED lights for wound healing. They were then used in the medical field before they began gaining popularity in aesthetics.

What are the benefits of LED Lights?

Skin has the ability to absorb light and use it as a source of energy to stimulate a healing response. LED light therapy uses specific color wavelengths of light that penetrate the skin at varying depths. The light energizes cells to produce collagen. It also improves elasticity and increases blood circulation and oxygen flow while releasing toxins. This stimulates the anti-aging response, helps to normalize cellular imbalances and improves skin tone and clarity.

Can LED Help with Dark Circles?

Yes. By strengthening the capillary walls, reducing inflammation and stimulating blood flow, you can see a dramatic improvement with dark circles.

What do the different colors mean? 

Red light lies next to infrared at the end of the visible part of the light spectrum, and its wavelengths disable inflammation triggers. Inflammation is linked to acne, pigmentation and rosacea, which is why you’ll find this wonder light in most treatments. Red light promotes regeneration of skin cells, blood circulation, heals acne scarring and allergic dermatitis, soothes pain, and activates ingredients in skin care.

Blue light can kill acne bacteria, inhibiting sebaceous glands, prevention of wound infection, allergic skin calm. Blue light also eliminates acne vulgaris (the bacteria responsible for causing spots), while leaving the good bacteria intact. Blue light can be used on its own but it’s often paired with red light. Red and blue lights have very specific wavelengths and, when used together, kill acne bacteria and help the skin to heal.

Yellow helps with toning and brightening of muscles. It is a stimulant for the sensory motor nervous system and it is also detoxifying.

Green helps to diffuse redness in the skin.