How are LEDs used as light therapy for the skin?


The layers of the skin have a high content of blood and water that allow absorption of light with each wavelength having positive yet different benefits to the skin. Light therapy is an advanced technology that uses specific wavelengths of light to offer the following benefits:

Infrared - replenishes dermal and epidermal cells. Used to rejunenate skin and heal wounds, cuts and damage.

Red light - stimulates collagen product and promotes circulation. Used for skin rejuvenation. Used to reduce lines, wrinkles, scars and even the skin tone.

Orange light - to revitalize skin to bring out the glow in skin for special occasions.

Yellow light - reduces swelling, redness and inflammation. Used for sunburn s.

Green light - a calming effect on skin with anti-inflammatory properties. Lightens hyper pigmentation of spots revealing a brighter complexion.

Blue light - anti-bacterial properties. Used for acne, to purify the skin, regulate oil glands and soothe inflammation.




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