LED Skin Rejuvenation

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What is LED Light Rejuvenation Therapy?

The first thing to think about is what the LED skin rejuvenation therapy is fighting against. One of the things that make skin look old is the fact that it becomes less elastic.

When your skin gets older, it will sag and wrinkle due to the fact that it can no longer pull back as firmly as it was once able to do so.

The material that enables our skin to be elastic is collagen, and as we get older, our collagen breaks down, causing the aged look that so many people are trying to fight.

Essentially, to stop the processes listed above, LED skin rejuvenation therapy will use the Light Emitting Diodes, commonly abbreviated to LEDs, to activate the receptors of your cells and cause them to produce more collagen. This technology was crearted by NASA scientists.

The light used for this process is natural, and the stimulation is mild, and though the effects can be dramatically positive, this still makes it less abrasive and less of an irritant than other light therapies. Other light therapies will actually damage your skin's collagen or blood vessels to tighten up the skin, which can lead to problems in the long run. LED skin rejuvenation, however, is extremely gentle and completely natural.

 

What can LED be used for?

LED can do more than just make your skin look tauter and younger, however.

Depending on the wavelength of the LEDs used, you'll find that rather than stimulating the production of collagen that this kind of therapy can inhibit it, as well.

While this may seem puzzling at first, you'll soon see that this type of LED rejuvenation therapy is excellent for the eradication of scars. These scars can include marks from old injuries or things like the scarring left from acne LED is also great to treat sun damage, acne, rosacea, eczema and psoriasis.

Red is used to reduce signs of aging and stimulates the production of collagen.

Blue is used for the treatment of mild to moderate acne.

 

How many LED treatments do I need?

When you are thinking of LED light rejuvenation therapy, it is important to think about the time commitment as well.

While the length of treatment will depend on what is being treated and how widespread the problem is, you'll find that the procedure is spread out over a space of several months.

One gratifying fact about this treatment is that the effect is cumulative; you will notice more improvement with each visit, and usually within a few months, you will reach your goal.

After you have reached your goals in terms of this therapy, it is important to remember that some maintenance is necessary. Because your skin will continue to age, you'll find that the effects of the treatment can be seen as temporary.

Typically, people will return for treatment over a space of three to six months, depending on the advice of the doctor in charge of your treatment regimen.

 

Benefits of LED Facial Rejuvenation

This treatment is significantly less expensive than other light therapies, and for some people, it will give them exact effect they are looking for with no pain at all.

When you are looking for a way to round out your health and beauty regimen, you'll find that LED light rejuvenation therapy is an excellent companion procedure to things like dermal filers and Botox.

In combination with these procedures, LED light rejuvenation therapy can be used to treat fine lines, sun damage and other skin blemishes or discolorations.

One of the best benefits of this treatment is that it is so noninvasive and simple; like other so-called lunchtime treatments, a session with LED light rejuvenation therapy may only last half an hour to forty five minutes, and there is no recovery time afterwards.

The patient is often left feeling relaxed and mellow, something that is even more common when the treatment is done in the winter and light has been scarce.

If you are interested in LED light rejuvenation therapy, consult your doctor for a good recommendation for your own purposes.

It is always important to discuss your issues with a physician before proceeding, but many people have found that this therapy is perfect for them.