LED Light Therapy. Non-Invasive Change
For skin that glows!
LED Light Therapy is non-invasive, UV free, and all about working below your skins surface to communicate with cell function. Light, broken down into visible wavelengths interacts with individual cell function to:
stimulate collagen production
hydrate deeper layers
kill acne bacteria
and restore perfect balance
This treatment is perfect for all skin types and conditions and is integral to restoring impaired, sluggish, inflamed skin conditions.
There is no downtime, no recovery time, and the treatment is pleasant & pain-free.
LED Light Therapy
Single stand-alone session (series pricing available - see below)
Includes: cleanse, LED, and moisturizer/SPF
40 Minutes $45
This treatment will give your skin a glowing boost. Committing to weekly visits, the results from this treatment give your skin a long lasting radiance and sustained results.
Of course, real skin change comes from real commitment
Series of 10 $415
Series of 20 $730
Is LED safe?
LED is a low level light that is safe & will not damage the skin. This is a NON-INVASIVE procedure, unlike lasers & IPL which can have adverse effects on the skin.
Light therapy is not for everyone.
Specific medications or conditions can cause a person to develop sensitivity to light.The following medications have been known to cause light sensitivity and it is recommended that you suspend the medications for 5-7 days before undergoing light therapy. Please be sure to check with your doctor before discontinuing any prescribed medications.
Women who are pregnant should consult their physician before beginning LED light therapy treatments.
Clients with Epilepsy or a history of Seizures should consult their physician before beginning LED light therapy treatments.
You must wait five days after Botox or cosmetic fillers.
Porphyria, lupus erythematosis, photosensitive eczema, hypomelanism (albinism), skin cancer, eye disease or retinal abnormalities.
Treatment must be withheld if currently taking Auranofin, known as Ridaura (anti-arthritis).
Currently taking Cortisone injections or any other kind of steroid injection(s).
Cautions with medications causing light sensitivity. The following medications are known to cause temporary photo sensitivity:
Chlorpromazine (Anti-psychotic), also know as Thorazine, Chlorpromazine HcL, Sonazine. OK if medication has not been taken within the last eight days.
Griseofulvin (Anti-Fungal), also known as Grifulvin V, Fulvicin P/G, Gris-Peg. OK if medication has not been taken within the last five days.
Isotretinoin (Anti-Acne), also know as Accutane. OK if medication has not been taken within the last six months.
Tetracycline’s (antibiotic) also known as Helidac, Terra-Cortril, Terramycin, Sumycin, Tetracycline HcL, Bristacycline, Achromycin V, Actisite, Tetrex, Doxycycline, Ciprofloxacin. OK if medication has not been taken within the last five days.
Methotrexate (Anti-Arthritis & Anti-Cancer), also known as Methotrexate Sodium, PF & LPF, Mexate-AQ, Folex, Trexall. You can be treated if the medicine has not been taken within the last three days.
Amiodarone (Anti-Arrythmic), also known as Amiodarone Codarone x, Pacerone.Treatment can be administered only with your physician’s written permission.