Dermalux® LED Phototherapy London

Multi-Award winning Dermalux® LED Phototherapy is the leading, non-invasive treatment that harnesses the power of natural light for visibly radiant, rejuvenated and refined skin. Beautiful skin is achievable for everybody with Dermalux®. One treatment instantly energises skin cells to revitalise a dull and tired complexion. A course of treatment offers long-lasting visible results, stimulating the skin’s natural rejuvenation and repair processes to speed up cell renewal, resolve problem skin conditions and promote vibrant healthy-looking skin.

DermaLux Led Phototherapy Treatment

We are all influenced by the Power of Light.
Light has many positive effects on our bodies; it helps us to produce essential vitamin D, triggers growth, promotes wellbeing and makes our skin glow!

Phototherapy occurs naturally all around us and is based on the principle that our cells absorb light and use it fuel natural rejuvenation and repair processes. Different wavelengths stimulate different effects on the skin. We know that on-going exposure to UV light is very damaging but controlled levels of Red, Blue and Near Infrared light are clinically proven to be beneficial.

A celebrity skincare favourite, LED Phototherapy is the application of these beneficial wavelengths into the skin’s deepest layers to energise our cells with proven rejuvenating results. It is a natural response similar to that of plant photo-synthesis through a process known as photobiomodulation. Skin cells that are energised function better and can regenerate up to 200% faster which in turn leads to a more youthful, healthy and radiant complexion.

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Dermalux LED® Phototherapy FAQs

What is Phototherapy?

Facial treatments are a popular way to pamper and rejuvenate the skin. One type of facial treatment that has been gaining attention in recent years is LED phototherapy, also known as Dermalux®.

So what exactly is phototherapy? Essentially, it is a non-invasive skin treatment that uses light energy to stimulate cell growth and repair. This method has been used for decades in the medical field to treat various skin conditions such as acne, psoriasis, and eczema. More recently, it has been adapted for cosmetic purposes and is now commonly offered at spas and skincare clinics.

What is Dermalux®?

It is a brand that specialises in LED phototherapy devices. Their machines use different wavelengths of light to target specific skin concerns, such as anti-ageing, acne, and pigmentation. Dermalux® treatments are often combined with other facial procedures for optimal results.

What is an LED Facial?

An LED facial involves using different coloured lights to target specific skin concerns. Each colour has a unique wavelength of light that penetrates the skin at varying depths.

Dermalux® delivers skin-specific treatments using combinations of clinically proven Blue, Red and Near Infrared wavelengths to boost collagen and elastin production, improve circulation, reduce redness and irritation and blitz blemish-causing bacteria.

Utilising the latest generation LED technology, Dermalux® ensures safe and targeted delivery of light at the optimum intensity for maximum skin-enhancing results.

What is a Dermalux® facial?

A Dermalux facial is a type of red light therapy treatment that involves using LED lights to target specific skin concerns. The multi-wavelength LED lights can be adjusted to address different skin conditions, making it an effective and customisable treatment option.

Is LED Phototherapy safe?

Dermalux® is heat-free, chemical-free and does not harm the skin. It has an excellent safety profile and is beneficial for all skin types without downtime.

How does Phototherapy work?

Phototherapy works by using specific wavelengths of light to stimulate cellular activity in the skin. The different colours of light, such as red, blue, and near-infrared, have varying effects on the skin. Red light is known for its anti-inflammatory and healing properties, making it effective for treating conditions like acne and rosacea. Blue light helps to target and destroy bacteria that can cause blemishes, while near-infrared light helps to promote collagen production and reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

During a Dermalux facial, the LED lights are directed at the skin for a predetermined amount of time. This stimulates the cells in the skin to produce more energy, which helps to improve its overall health and appearance.

Does Dermalux really work?

Absolutely! Dermalux is a clinically proven and FDA-approved LED phototherapy treatment that harnesses the power of light to stimulate cellular activity, promoting skin rejuvenation. The non-invasive nature of Dermalux makes it a safe and effective solution for various skin concerns, including acne, pigmentation, and signs of ageing. Many individuals have experienced visible improvements in skin tone, texture, and overall complexion after a series of Dermalux sessions. Our skilled practitioners at Pulse Light Clinic are trained to personalise treatments, ensuring optimal results for each individual. Schedule a free consultation to discuss how Dermalux can work for your specific skincare needs.

How many treatments will I need?

The number of treatments will vary for each client but we usually work with 3 treatments. Each treatment lasts for around 20 minutes and with no downtime, you can simply get up and glow! As the light triggers a whole cascade of skin enhancing processes, the visible benefits continue even after the treatment has finished.

How will LED Phototherapy help with my skin results?

Dermalux® can also be used in combination with your regular skin treatments to upgrade and accelerate results. Your Dermalux® practitioner will advise you on the best combination depending on the condition of your skin.

What do doctors say about red light therapy?

Doctors generally have positive views on red light therapy, also known as LED light therapy. Many medical professionals believe that it can be an effective and non-invasive treatment for various skin concerns, including wrinkles, acne, and uneven skin tone. In fact, the American Academy of Dermatology recognises red light therapy as a potential treatment option for certain skin conditions.

Additionally, several studies have been conducted on the effects of red light therapy, with promising results. One study found that red light therapy significantly improved the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines in participants over the age of 40. Another study showed improvements in overall skin texture and reduction in pore size after just four weeks of treatment.

However, as with any skincare treatment or procedure, it is important to consult with a professional before starting red light therapy. They can assess your skin concerns and determine if red light therapy is the right option for you.

Do dermatologists recommend red light therapy?

Yes, many dermatologists recommend red light therapy as a safe and effective treatment for certain skin conditions. It is often used in conjunction with other skincare treatments such as chemical peels or microdermabrasion to enhance results.

Some common skin conditions that can benefit from red light therapy include acne, rosacea, eczema, and psoriasis. Red light therapy works by stimulating collagen production and increasing blood flow to the treated area, which can help reduce inflammation and promote healing.

Who should not use LED light therapy?

LED light therapy is generally safe for most individuals, but there are some contraindications to consider. Those with epilepsy or seizures, active skin infections, lupus, porphyria, or those taking photosensitive medications should avoid LED light therapy. It is always best to consult with a healthcare professional before undergoing any new treatment.

What are the 3 types of light therapy?

The three types of light therapy commonly used are red light therapy, blue light therapy, and green light therapy. Each type of light has different benefits and is used to treat various conditions. Red light therapy is most often used for anti-ageing effects and wound healing, while blue light therapy is effective for treating acne. Green light therapy can help reduce hyperpigmentation and improve overall skin tone. It is important to discuss with your healthcare provider which type of light therapy may be best for your specific needs.