Led Therapy light.

BLUE LED light

Targets the sebaceous glands
Sebaceous glands are necessary for lubricating your skin and hair so that it doesn’t dry out. However, these glands can become overactive, leading to oily and acneic skin.   
So it targets the oil glands to make them less active.  Blue light can also kill acne-causing bacteria beneath the skin, which can help treat severe acne pimples, including cysts and nodules.
  • help treat acne
  • decrease scarring
  • promote anti-inflammatory effects
In 2018, The National Center for Biotechnology Information  found that blue LED improved healing of third-degree skin burns. 



Noninvasive, so no recovery time is required.
You should be able to continue with your everyday activities.
LED light therapy requires up to 10 sessions or more, each spaced out about a week or two apart. You may start to see minor results after your first session. Results will be more noticeable once you’ve finished all of your treatments.
Be aware You’ll need to wear protective goggles so that the light doesn’t cause any damage to your eyes.


Risk & sides effect

LEDs don’t contain UV rays; this is considered a safer form of light therapy that won’t cause long-term damage to your skin.

The procedure is also noninvasive and has few risks.
Unlike more invasive procedures such as laser therapy, LEDs don’t burn your skin. They also don’t cause any pain.

However, there may still be risks associated with LED light therapy.
WE DO NOT USE LED for people on ACCUTANE; this powerful drug derived from vitamin A increases your skin’s sensitivity to light.
Side effects from LED light therapy are rare.



Price: $255     Duration: 90 mins