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LED Light Therapy

LED light therapy, is a non-invasive treatment that uses different wavelengths of light to stimulate cellular activity within the skin. It involves exposing the skin to specific LED lights, which emit an assortment of colors to improve and treat a variety skin condition. This painless form of light therapy can effectively treat symptoms of many chronic skin conditions, improving the overall appearance of your skin.

Classic LED FacialLED-light therapy Toronto

60 min: $85

  • Cleanse, tone, and exfoliation.
  • Oxygenation or ultrasound serum infusion.
  • Face and shoulder massage.
  • Customized mask with LED light.

* No extraction included

Advanced LED facial

75 min: $109

Classic LED facial, plus:

  • Chemical peel or sponge crystal exfoliation.
  • Extraction to remove blackheads and whiteheads.

Add Ons:

LED light therapy to other treatment: ranges from $35 to $45

LED light therapy is often combined with other skincare treatments such as facials, HydraFacial, micro needling, and microdermabrasion to enhance their effectiveness, providing even more significant benefits for the skin.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1.What are the benefits of LED light therapy for the skin?

  • Stimulates collagen production, reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Improves skin tone and texture, reducing roughness and uneven skin texture.
  • Calms irritated skin, reduces redness, beneficial for rosacea.
  • Reduces acne and breakouts, improves overall skin clarity.
  • Reduces the appearance of hyperpigmentation, sunspots, and uneven skin tone.
  • Speeds up wound healing, helps accelerate tissue repair, and reduces inflammation.

2.Is LED light therapy safe and is there any down time?

LED Light Therapy is considered safe and gentle with minimal to no downtime. It works without breaking the skin or causing burns. It’s also free of UV radiation, so there’s no risk of sun damage or skin cancer. LED therapy is comfortable and well-tolerated by most individuals. After an LED therapy session, you can immediately resume your normal activities, and put on makeup. However, in rare cases, some individuals may experience mild and temporary reactions, such as: flush, dryness or peeling.

3.What are the benefits of LED light therapy for assorted colors?

Red Light (630-700nm)

  • Stimulates the production of collagen, improves skin elasticity for anti-aging.
  • Promotes wound healing and reduces inflammation.
  • Beneficial for conditions like rosacea.

Blue Light (405-420nm)

  • Regulates oil production, preventing clogged pores and prevents acne.
  • Kills acne-causing bacteria, clearing up lesions and preventing breakouts.

Green Light (515-530nm)

  • Diminishes pigmentation and evens skin tone.
  • Calms irritated or sensitive skin, reducing redness and promoting healing.

Yellow Light (570-600nm)

  • Stimulates red blood cells, promoting micro-circulation and lymphatic flow and drainage.
  • Aids in detoxifying the skin, relieving skin swelling.

Infrared Light (700-1200nm)

  • Penetrates deepest into the skin, encouraging cellular repair and wound healing.
  • Accelerates blood circulation and helps reduce inflammation and pain.

Purple light (400-420nm)

  • Simultaneous use for dual-benefit treatment.
  • Effective in reducing fine lines and wrinkles for a smoother complexion, while blue light works on active breakouts and acne scarring.

 Cyan light (500-520)

  • Calms and soothes irritated skin.
  • Boosts cell metabolism, aiding in healing sunburns and inflammation.
  • Induces feelings of calmness and relaxation, releasing anxiety or stress.

 

3.Is LED light therapy safe and is there any down time?

LED Light Therapy is considered safe and gentle with minimal to no downtime. It works without breaking the skin or causing burns. It’s also free of UV radiation, so there’s no risk of sun damage or skin cancer. LED therapy is comfortable and well-tolerated by most individuals. After an LED therapy session, you can immediately resume your normal activities, and put on makeup. However, in rare cases, some individuals may experience mild and temporary reactions, such as: flush, dryness or peeling.

4.Who is not a candidate for LED Light Therapy?

While LED therapy is considered safe for most individuals, there are some situations in which it may not be recommended. For example, it’s not recommended for people who are photosensitive, light sensitive, pregnant, have a history of skin cancer or have an active skin infection.

5.How many sessions should I do for LED light therapy?

How many sessions should I do for LED light therapy? The number of LED light therapy sessions can vary depending on your specific skin concerns and the goals you want to achieve. We recommend starting with five treatments spread out over one to two weeks to achieve long-lasting, corrective results. We strongly recommend pairing LED light therapy with other skincare treatments such as microdermabrasion, HydraFacial, Nano needling, and oxygen facials to optimize the results.