In Brighton and Hove we know UV light exposure is usually associated with skin ageing, however, controlled levels of LED phototherapy light have been clinically proven to be beneficial.
Multi-award winning Dermalux® uses the latest generation LED Phototherapy technology to administer controlled levels of Red, Blue and Near infrared light energy to repair, rejuvenate and revitalise the skin. Safe, effective results without downtime.
Dermalux® is suitable for all skin types and for both the face and body. It combines well with other skincare treatments and your therapist will discuss what is best for you at your consultation.
Our clients in Sussex see an immediate improvement in skin tone, hydration and overall radiance after one treatment. However, a course of treatments offers more dramatic and lasting results.
There are 3 different LED lights with Dermalux, below is their individual and collective purpose:
Red and Infrared:
These lights are used for treating the epidermis which is the outer layer of the skin. When light is applied to the skin the epidermis absorbs the light and then goes on to stimulate collagen proteins. More collagen within the skin means that the skin will look fuller and overall more youthful. This means that the red light will reduce the appearence of fine lines and wrinkles. It is also used to reduce inflammation while improving circulation and this means the skin will glow and look overall a lot healthier.
The blue LED targets the sebaceous glands which are located beneath the hair follicle. Sebaceous glands are important as they produce oil to support our skin and to stop skin drying out. However, when these glands become overactive the by product is oily skin and acne. Blue light can help treat even severe acne including cysts and nodules.
Often the red, blue and near infrared lights are used in conjunction with one another in different combinations and amounts to resolve the skin conditions.
FAQs about LED Light Therapy
What can I expect after one LED light therapy treatment?
You may feel slightly warm from the energy of the lights. But no downtime and you can carry on your day as normal.
How many treatments of light therapy do you suggest?
8-10 for good visible results
I have bad acne scars from my teenage years. Will this help reduce the appearance of the scars?
It may very slightly but for scarring I would recommend Micro-needling
Does LED light therapy help with wrinkles around the eyes?
Yes it increases collagen production and also boosts Hydration.
How much does one LED light treatment cost?
Can the light treatment be used on my body to help with my eczema?