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LED Light Therapy

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Starting at $125/session

Minimize fine lines and wrinkles with therapeutic light.

  • How it works

    Varying wavelengths of LED (light emitting diode) help stimulate the skin’s natural healing processes.

  • How it feels

    You won’t feel a thing. The nonthermal, low-level light reaches beneath your skin without causing breakage. The session lasts 30 minutes.

  • Good to know

    While you might notice brighter skin immediately, you’ll get optimal results after about 4 sessions.

What it treats

  • Fine lines

  • Wrinkles

Pricing

  • LED Light Therapy

    After putting on protective goggles, your clinician will place the LED light therapy device over your face for about 30 minutes. The wavelengths of light reach various depths of your skin to stimulate collagen and elastin production for a smoother appearance.

    • 1 session $125
    • 4 sessions $400
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Common Questions

What is LED Light Therapy?
LED (light emitting diode) therapy is a skin treatment that helps target wrinkles and fine lines using a skin-safe, low-level light that stimulates your body’s natural healing processes. The treatment usually lasts 30 minutes and is painless. 
Is there any downtime after treatment?
You won’t need downtime, but your skin may look a little flushed for several hours after your treatment.
How soon will I see results?
You may notice brighter skin right away, but for optimal results you’ll need a series of treatments. We recommend at least 4 treatments spread out over the course of a few weeks. Once you’ve completed a series, your results can last for 6 months to a year.
Is it safe?
LED Light Therapy is very safe for skin. It works without breaking the skin or causing burns. It’s also free of UV radiation, so there’s no risk of sun damage or skin cancer. Rare side effects include rashes, hives, and swelling.
Who is not a candidate for LED Light Therapy?
We do not recommend LED Light Therapy for anyone who is pregnant.

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