LED LIGHT THERAPY
What is LED Light Therapy?
There are several different forms of LED (light emitting diode) light therapy, all of which are proven methods for assisting with consistent complexion and glowing skin. The process involves non-invasive equipment that emits therapeutic wavelengths of light energy to awaken the skin’s natural rejuvenation abilities.
Red light LED therapy addresses the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while the practice of blue light LED therapy is more effective against conditions like acne. Both similar procedures enhance the skin’s level of collagen and elastin giving a radiant look and smooth feel.
Most of our clients who visit Ozmedica Clinic for LED light therapy find the treatment both relaxing and delightfully tranquil. Generally we ensure you are comfortable in a reclined position, cover your eyes and undertake the calming technique professionally.
The LED light panels are moved into place and the patient’s face may feel tight and firm following the treatment.
Why use LED Light Therapy?
LED light therapy procedures are very quick to have done, pain-free and plus there is no down time, so you can still go about your normal daily schedule. It is suitable for all skin types and the friendly team at Ozmedica Clinic will explain how you can gain the best results from your LED light therapy sessions.
The safe and trusted technology is aimed at smoothing out unwanted inconsistencies in the skin, so the treatment will furthermore help to prevent or prolong them from reappearing. It reduces the presence of wrinkles and brightens the complexion in a youthful, natural looking way.
LED light therapy increases the rate of natural skin cell renewal so also provides a soothing technique for minimising redness and inflammation.
Additionally, the treatment is generally considered to be safe while pregnant or breast-feeding, which is particularly appealing for our many clients who are new or expecting mothers.
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