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LED Light Therapy

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Roswell GA

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About LED Light Therapy

Elevate your skincare journey with our LED Light Therapy—a cutting-edge treatment that harnesses the power of diverse colors to revitalize and rejuvenate your skin. Each color in our LED spectrum offers unique benefits, from stimulating collagen production and reducing inflammation to targeting specific skin concerns like acne or fine lines. This non-invasive therapy bathes your skin in healing light, promoting a more radiant and youthful complexion. Experience the transformative effects of LED Light Therapy at Beauty Ninjas, where innovation meets beauty.

What Is LED Light Therapy?

LED (light-emitting diode) light therapy is a non-invasive skin treatment that traces its roots back to the 1990s when NASA explored its potential to aid in astronauts’ wound healing.

Utilized for promoting cell and tissue growth, LED light therapy has become a versatile treatment for various skin issues, such as psoriasis, acne, and fine wrinkles. The popularity of LED lights has surged, attracting widespread use, particularly among celebrities.

Different LED light colors correspond to distinct frequencies or wavelengths, each inducing specific effects on the skin. For instance, red light therapy is renowned for stimulating collagen and elastin production, while blue light therapy is often chosen by those with acne-prone skin as it helps combat bacteria.

What Conditions Does LED Light Therapy Treat?

LED therapy is suitable for all skin types and skin tones and can treat a wide variety of skin conditions 1, such as:

LED Light Therapy Benefits

Besides treating specific skin conditions, LED therapy has other, more universal benefits, such as:

Types of LED Light Therapy

The visible light spectrum consists of various wavelengths, each associated with a specific color. These colors penetrate the skin at different depths, producing distinct effects. LED light therapy can be categorized based on these colors.

Red Light Therapy

Red, or infrared, light is probably the most popular LED light therapy color – and probably the first association with this treatment.

It stimulates collagen proteins, which makes your skin look smoother and plumper. It’s mainly used to fight signs of aging by treating fine lines and wrinkles, as well as to reduce inflammation and improve blood circulation.

Blue Light Therapy

Blue LED light therapy targets the sebaceous (oil) glands that are in charge of keeping your skin from drying out. However, if these glands become overactive, excess sebum production usually leads to oily skin and acne.

Since blue light can kill acne-causing bacteria, blue light therapy for acne is used for clients that have acne-prone skin. This LED skin therapy can treat severe acne pimples, including cysts and nodules. It also helps make the glands less active and prevents future breakouts.

Yellow Light Therapy

Yellow light therapy is used for stimulating red blood cell synthesis â€“ which is essential for skin healing and skin cell renewal.

It’s also believed to offer calming effects that aid in diminishing the visibility of dark patches, redness, and inflammation. But, since yellow LED light therapy has a shallow penetration level (in comparison to red), it’s mostly used for treating redness-related skin disorders, like rosacea.

Green Light Therapy

Green LED therapy has anti-inflammatory and skin-calming qualities which help soothe the skin’s top layer.

This can help fade hyperpigmentation, sun spots, and dark undereye bags. Dilated capillaries and sagging skin around the eyes can all be treated with green light therapy.

Cyan Light Therapy

Cyan, commonly referred to as blue-violet light, reduces inflammation, clears the skin, and prevents acne.

It also has a relaxing impact on the skin’s surface. Besides LED facial, cyan LED light therapy also helps improve cell energy and facilitate metabolism.

Purple Light Therapy

Purple LED light therapy increases cell regeneration. It helps reduce the appearance of acne-related scars and helps fight acne itself. It’s also great for reducing redness and facial inflammation.

White Light Therapy

White LED therapy is essentially a combination of all the other lights, which makes it the most effective LED light therapy.

Using a full light spectrum means it includes the benefits of all wavelengths: it penetrates the skin deeply, accelerates tissue metabolism, corrects discolorations, and helps fight scarring, fine lines, and aging signs.

On top of that, it also kills bacteria which helps prevent and fight acne.

What Parts of the Body Can Be Treated?

LED light therapy is commonly used in the form of an LED facial, but it is not limited to facial treatments. It can be applied to other areas of the body, including the neck and chest. The neck and hands, which often show signs of aging, can also experience benefits from skin light therapy. For noticeable improvements, consistent and regular treatments are recommended.

LED Light Therapy – Step-by-Step Process

The LED light therapy procedure is a quick and simple process involving a few key steps:

Step 1 – Prep: Preparation is straightforward. Avoid chemical peels in the days leading up to the treatment, but continue with your regular skincare routine. Before the session, your skin should be clean and free of makeup. The technician will use a gentle cleanser and additional serums may be applied based on your needs. Protective goggles or glasses are worn to shield your eyes.

Step 2 – During the Treatment: Wearing protective eyewear, the LED light treatment device is positioned above your face or the targeted body part. You may sit or lie down depending on the device and treatment area. The lights may be applied directly or with light-infused wands. The procedure is painless, and warmth without discomfort is typically felt. The colored lights are often described as soothing. Sessions last around 20 minutes, and the number of treatments can range up to 10, spaced about a week apart.

Step 3 – Finishing Up: After the allotted time, the procedure concludes with the application of moisturizer and sunscreen. Some technicians may use serums and masks, depending on the device manufacturer’s recommendations. Commonly used serums include hyaluronic acid, vitamin C serum, or growth factors, offering various benefits to the skin.

What to Expect After LED Light Therapy

After just one session, you may notice a few minor results. However, some more noticeable improvements will become apparent only after you’ve completed all the sessions.

Keep in mind that the results don’t last forever, even after you’ve completed the recommended amount of sessions. Your skin cells will continue to renew themselves, so you might start seeing signs of aging again as you lose some collagen without additional incentive.

Acne outbreaks may also start to appear. This is the reason why it’s advised that you return for maintenance treatments every few months or as your technician directs.

LED Light Therapy Aftercare

LEDs don’t damage your skin as more intrusive techniques do. And since it’s pain-free and noninvasive, there is no downtime needed. You should be able to continue with your daily routine as soon as the treatment is over.

Make-up and skincare wise, this is one of the rare treatments that doesn’t prohibit any ingredient. Make-up can be applied immediately after, but mineral and non-comedogenic formulations are recommended.

You also don’t need to avoid any skincare product post-LED treatment. This treatment even amplifies its influence, so unless your technician suggests otherwise, you can use the product right away.

Just stay out of the sun for several days and apply extra sunscreen – at least 48 hours after LED treatment. Also, make sure you drink plenty of water to maintain hydration levels.





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