LED Light Therapy

LPL – LED & Low Level Light Therapy

LED Light Therapy Melbourne


Safe
All treatments performed by a dermal therapist

Experienced
13 years experience in the aesthetic industry

Quality
Efficient LED for outstanding results

Treatment Plan
Total skin packages available


What is the treatment?

Light therapy LPL – LED & Low Level Light Therapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses light in specific wavelengths for skin rejuvenation. Light therapy was originally developed for healing; however, it is now used for facial rejuvenation, muscle and joint pain relief, and hair growth.

How does the treatment work?

The LPL- LED & LLLT treatment can be stand-alone or as an adjunctive therapy with other treatments. Treatment time can be as little as 5 to 20 minutes to optimally deliver concentrated light to the face, neck, and décolletage.

There are 3 main wavelengths which treat different concerns and it is possible to combine these wavelengths for multiple indications.

  • IR 830nm – Deeper facial rejuvenation post laser or peel, hair growth, pain relief.
  • Red 635nm – General facial rejuvenation post laser or peel, wounds, scars, burns and wrinkles.
  • Blue 415nm – Acne or problematic conditions.

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What can I expect on the day after treatment?

The treatment is pain free and requires no down-time. Immediately after treatment, your skin should feel slightly warm, tighter, and firmer immediately on the day.

What can I expect from the treatment overall?

  • LPL – LED & LLLT treatments provide many benefits to the skin. These include, but not limited to:
  • Photo rejuvenation
  • Increased collagen stimulation
  • Accelerated healing
  • Reduction in redness, swelling, bruising
  • Accelerated results when combined with other dermal therapy treatments (Peels, microdermabrasion, laser, DermaPen micro needling)
  • Hair regrowth

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