For more than 7 years, I have been providing Celluma LED Therapy, and I am a huge advocate of it. What’s not to love about it? It’s results-driven, non-invasive, and also wonderfully calming.
As with all the treatments I provide, I wanted to increase my knowledge in it, so last year I chose to enroll in the next level of training, making me qualified to use LED therapy at the level 4 level. As a result, I am well-versed in LED technology and welcome any inquiries you may have.
It is a beautiful addition to any facial treatment, and I wanted to introduce you to it. It may be a part of my trademark facials, can be added to a chemical peel, and comes standard with my micro needling.
Celluma LED Therapy: What is it?
The only all-in-one LED light treatment gadget that can treat many skin and pain issues is called Experts at Celluma UK. The application of particular wavelengths of light energy to tissue to achieve therapeutic advantages for a range of illnesses, including skin, pain, and hair regrowth, is known as light therapy, sometimes known as phototherapy or low-level light therapy.
Numerous clinical research articles from esteemed universities throughout the world that have undergone rigorous peer review and publication support the extensive study on phototherapy, or LED therapy.
A rapid, painless technique with no downtime is celluma light therapy. Many patients have substantial changes after just a few treatment sessions, and their skin frequently becomes better over time.
How does it function?
In the same way that plants use chlorophyll to transform sunlight into energy, high-intensity light-emitting diodes (LEDs) can provide a natural stimulatory effect in human tissue by using particular, well-proven light wavelengths. Research has shown that light-emitting diode (LED), or phototherapy, can improve acne-prone skin, skin tone, texture, and clarity, reduce under-eye wrinkles, and ease stiffness, spasm, and arthritis-related pain in addition to increasing circulation, accelerating tissue repair, killing acne bacteria, and reducing inflammation.
Understanding that only specific light colors and wavelengths produce the desired effects is crucial when choosing an LED treatment. This is why in-clinic devices are so different from those that may be used at home.
Make sure you know what you’re looking for or that your therapist can provide an answer before investing. There is no clinical, peer-reviewed data to imply that colors other than red, blue, and infrared at certain wavelengths have favorable effects on the skin.
What different types are there?
Excellent for accelerating healing and anti-aging.
It has been demonstrated through science that fibroblast stimulation increases the formation of collagen and elastin, improves skin texture and tone, reduces inflammation, and fosters shine. Its low-level light treatment is a secure, useful, and practical solution to get a healthy, youthful glow in a non-invasive, non-toxic way.
great for skin that is prone to acne
Blue light has a relaxing effect on the skin and enhances skin clarity. It is also a potent antibacterial therapy that eliminates acne-causing bacteria, normalizes oil production, and acts to treat acne while delaying the onset of new outbreaks without the use of harsh chemicals or damaging UV rays.