LED Light Therapy

LED Light Therapy- starting at $55

LED light therapy is a completely painless form of skin therapy, which yields amazing, rejuvenating results.  It does not generate heat to skin tissue or use any kind of “invasive” process,  such as IPL.  It triggers the body to convert light energy into cell energy without thermal heat.   In fact, it is even a relaxing treatment.

This form of skin therapy is ideal for people who have acne, rosacea or want that glow before an event.  This revolutionary treatment is used in combination with other treatmentsto promote a faster resuts such as microdermabrasiondermaplanning, microcurrent, ultra sonic exfoliation, collagen induction therapy and acne treatment

LED Light Therapy is based on important research by NASA showing that certain frequencies of light significantly increase new tissue growth, stimulates collagen production and reduces fine lines and wrinkles.  LED light therapy is non-invasive, causes no inflammation, and requires no special post-treatment procedures.

Book your appointment online or call (513) 913-7373 if you have any questions. 

Benefits of Red Light Therapy:

  • reduction in fine lines and wrinkles
  • reduction of age spots and sun damage
  • Increase in collagen and elastin
  • reduction of overall redness from rosacea
  • flushing of dilated capillaries
  • aging skin firmness and elasticity
  • reduce inflammation
  • wound and scar healing

Benefits of Blue Light Therapy 

  • target the strain of bacteria that plays a pivotal role in causing acne
  • active acne and ones that are going to become active
  • suitable for all skin types
  • reduces inflammation
  • Reduce signs of aging, including wrinkles around the eyes

Benefits of Infrared Light Therapy

  • dramatically increases circulation
  • reduces inflammation
  • promotes healing
  • arthritis
  • back pain
  • bursitis
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • fibromyalgia
  • muscle sprains and strains
  • neck pain
  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • sciatica
  • TMJ joint pain
  • tendonitis
  • wounds
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