It can be difficult to love your skin if you’re unhappy with its tone and texture. If you’ve tried countless skin care products and routines that have left you with no results, LED light therapy may be a great option for your skin.
LED stands for Light-Emitting Diode, a semiconducting computer chip encased in glass that provides light when a current flows through it. Believe it or not, LED light therapy works similarly to photosynthesis, the process by which plants absorb light from the sun and convert it to energy. It delivers therapeutic rays that allow your body to build new proteins and regenerate skin cells. Put simply, LED light therapy provides the energy needed for skin cells to perform their job optimally.
This technology has been around for over 20 years, further enhanced by NASA in the mid-1990s, providing numerous medical benefits to patients with a variety of needs. Not only is LED Light therapy excellent for your complexion, it can also reduce inflammation, decrease muscle soreness, help heal wounds, increase blood circulation, and relieve arthritic pain. LED Light treatment can also be used after a patient receives a facial, microneedling, peels, lasers or injectables.