This light therapy is a non-invasive treatment for rejuvenating healthy skin

The desire for minimally invasive treatments is on the rise with more than a billion dollars spent internationally since 2010.

As social platforms such as Instagram and Snapchat have increased in popularity, celebrities are sharing snaps of themselves undergoing treatment. The most often cited example of this are the Kardashian sisters. When these celebrities vicariously endorse a product by taking a selfie during treatment, hundreds of thousands of people suddenly take notice.

Subtle, minimally invasive treatments which produce results quickly are always popular

LED light therapy can produce a variety of results depending on your skin concerns and tailored treatment. Two of the more popular treatment options are:

  1. Red light therapy: this is an effective treatment for lines and wrinkles.
  2. Blue light therapy: this effective treats acne and other associated skin complaints.

The treatment duration is typically 40 – 60 minutes, dependent on the severity of the skin concerns and your desired outcome.

As an effective and minimally invasive treatment for acne scars, lines and wrinkles as well as dermatitis, LED light therapy may require 6 -12 treatments to achieve optimal results.

What are the benefits of LED light therapy?

LED light therapy has a range of benefits including:

  • Non-ablative (doesn’t damage your skin)
  • Minimally invasive
  • Chemical free
  • Considered to be safe for all skin types
  • Speeds the healing process of scars

It is always important when considering any treatment to discuss your options with your plastic surgeon. Dr Carmen Munteanu will take the time to perform a skin analysis and recommend the ideal treatment plan tailored to your skin, as well as address the treatment process and expected results.

If you would like to know more about how Dr Carmen Munteanu can help you, or to book an appointment, please contact us today.

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