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Can LED Lights Really Lead To Better Skin?

This is our 2nd article in our 4-part series on Leading the Way in Beauty Technology, LED Light Facials.

There are various kinds of LED facials available on the market today, and the technology is rapidly evolving. Some skin treatments involve the use of blue light, while some only use red light.

The basic premise of LED skin therapy is that different colors trigger different reactions beneath the epidermis, and penetrate the skin at varying depths.

LED Phototherapy is a non-invasive hand and facial treatment that uses narrow band, non-thermal LED light energy to trigger your body’s natural cell processes to accelerate rejuvenation and repair of the skin.

It’s recommended for skin rejuvenation, sun damage, acne, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, sensitive and inflammatory conditions, wound healing and scarring as well as anyone looking to restore skin’s radiance.

LED means light-emitting diode. “It works by emitting infrared lights (causing heat) in different wavelengths/spectrums, which have different skin care benefits. And is great in every single facial to calm any areas of irritation and it’s also brilliant at brightening the skin.

Produce Healing & Anti-aging Effects

The fibroblast cells are meant to produce the collagen – that gives fullness to the skin – and elastin, which makes the skin elastic.

LED Facial fuels them in such a way that they start working just like they did when you were 20-25 years old.

Here are just some of the changes you may see:

Proven Way To Get A Glowing Complexion

The result is the complexion is plumped up with new collagen (which pushes the folds of the wrinkles out) and new elastin (which helps to tighten the skin and give it more elasticity).

Regardless of your skin color, condition or type, LED Facials are a painless, relaxing, non-invasive skin care treatment.

If you decide that this is the type of treatment that could solve any skin issue you have, then it’s recommended to undergo it for four to six weeks, three times a week. A session usually only takes like 20 minutes, making it perfect even before an event.

The recommended professional LED protocol is six treatments a week or two apart, followed by a maintenance treatment every month or two.

Your Color Guide to LED Light Therapy

Red Light

Great for Inflammation

The Red LED light is my most popular LED treatment. The frequency of the Red LED light is used to treat the following skin challenges:

Blue Light

Great for Acne

Blue LED light therapy be used to improve skin texture and reduce sebaceous hyperplasia, or enlarged oil glands. It can help with removing sun spots, acne, and even scars that were originally caused by acne.

Yellow Light

Great for Fine Lines & Wrinkles

Yellow light LEDs are effective at treating burns (including sunburns), reducing redness and swelling, stimulating collagen and elastin, as well as treating other inflammatory conditions such as rosacea and eczema.

Green Light

Great for Pigmentation

Green LED light has a calming effect and has been proven to assist in reducing malasma and other skin discolorations.

So the big question is which LED light therapy is right for you?

The great thing about LED light therapy is you really don’t have to choose. You can combine them in your facial or just use one-color to achieve the desired results.

Formerly a beauty “secret” to the stars, LED Light Therapy Facials have proven so effective that it’s no longer a secret and available now at Le Caprice Paris.

Stay tuned for our next article in this 4-part series on Radio Frequency Facials, Leading The Way In Beauty Technology: Non-Surgical Skin Care Treatments.

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