an essential skin care treatment
Light Emitting Diode (LED) Phototherapy is a non-invasive treatment that targets specific non-thermal light to energise cells which triggers a cascade of bio stimulatory responses. It is scientifically proven for a wide range of indications including skin rejuvenation, acne and pigmentation to wound healing, psoriasis and pain relief.
Uses of Dermalux LED Phototherapy
It can be used as a stand-alone treatment or in combination with other procedures to target
- Skin rejuvenation (including boosting collagen and elastin production)
- Acne and Breakouts
- Fine Lines and Wrinkles
- Redness and inflammatory skin conditions
- Psoriasis & Wound healing
|TREATMENT||Duration||1 Session||12 Session*|
|Standalone treatment||30 mins||£40||£480|
|Add on treatment||20 mins||£25||£300|
Back to work
Risk and complications
Get rid of “Possible bruising”
Up to 30mins
Duration of results
Short to long term
Recommended number of treatments
Results varies as each client responds differently to the treatment and the skincare products we recommend for use at home
Join us for a free consultation
Our expert team is ready to listen and address any questions or concerns you have about our treatments. To ensure best personalised experience, care, and results, we require a consultation prior to performing your first treatment. In most cases, you will be able to receive treatment immediately following your consultation.
How long does it take for LED light therapy to work?
Light therapy starts helping your skin from the very first session, but continued treatments help achieve more lasting results. You may see or feel minor results immediately, but the best results are typically achieved with 2 to 3 sessions a week and monthly maintenance after a course of 12.
What do the LED colours do for the skin?
LED therapy can target any number of skin issues. We use daily red, blue and infrared which is colourless to the human eye. Using these 3 colours we can target the epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous layer. Which can work on anything from fine lines and wrinkles too hyperpigmentation.
Who shouldn’t use LED light therapy?
The major contraindications for light therapy are diseases that involve the retina of the eye, such as diabetes, and the use of photosensitizing medications like lithium, melatonin, phenothiazine antipsychotics, and certain antibiotics.
Can you overdo on light therapy?
No! You could use it everyday if you wanted to. LED light therapy is all about recovery. Unlike a lot of other facial treatments there is normally a controlled trauma to the skin to then heal and improve on an issue. With light therapy there is no trauma and many contraindicated people for many other facials can normally have LED.