NEW! A Beauty Light with
your choice of wavelengths-- Red, Blue and Infrared! We are excited about
this new unit!
Each wavelength serves
a specific purpose for rejuvenating and maintaining your skin in top condition.
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, when the deeply penetrating
LED lights are aimed at the skin, the treatment leads to tightening, fewer
wrinkles, better tone and shrinking of pore size.
- Engineered based
on NASA® Researched Specifications
- No Damaging Heat
or UV (Ultra-Violet) Light Rays.
- AC Power Adapter
- Light-weight, great
- 1 Year Manufacturer's
Infrared: 18 LEDs; 880nm
Light Therapy treatment:
- Reduces the Visible
Signs of Aging.
- Improves and Lessens
Wrinkles And Fine Lines.
- Lessens Appearance
Of Crow's Feet.
- Boosts Skin Firmness.
- Reduces Brown Spots
And Areas Of Hyperpigmentation.
- Improves Skin Tones
Of Sun-Damaged Skin.
- Creates a Smooth, Glowing
- Increases Blood Flow
to create Beautiful Skin Tone.
- Shrinks Enlarged Pores.
- Produces new collagen.
- Furnishes Moisture
to give your skin a plumped up appearance.
Blue Light: 20
Switch to Blue Light Therapy Treatment:
- Targets and destroys
the oil glands
- Shrinks Enlarged
- Promotes Healthier
- Helps prevent and
reverse mild acne
- Used regularly
will reduce dramatically blemishes from occurring
LED light therapy evolved from the ultraviolet light therapy that physicians
have used to treat such skin conditions as psoriasis, skin discoloratio,
to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD). Dermatologists recently
began using blue LEDs to successfully reduce the appearance of stretch
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LEDs produce a diffuse and uniform light that penetrates deeply into the
skin, causing photostimulation, which rejuvenates the epidermal cells.
Unlike true lasers, LED light devices do not heat the skin and can cover
a larger area of skin in one treatment.
Infrared LED Light
uses concentrated beams of light to help remove skin blemishes, especially
on the face. In general, infrared light therapy uses a combination of
red light and infrared light to promote skin health because the Light-emitting
diode (LED) lights emit light at red and infrared wavelengths. The red
light helps stimulate healing, which can treat acne scars, rosacea, age
spots and blemishes caused by broken capillaries. Infrared therapy tends
to be used to treat wrinkles and other problems caused by poor skin support,
such as translucent skin or coarse skin.
The difference in
LED light therapy and laser light therapy is in the device that generates
the light. The light that is emitted is the same in both cases, but LED
lights are able to produce more light over time than a laser, even though
they use less energy. Light therapy takes advantage of the sensitivity
of some cells to light to achieve its effects. The human body, while not
able to perform photosynthesis, is able to use light rays for various
purposes (metabolism of vitamin D, for example). The effects of light
therapy depend on the wavelength of light used (a light's wavelength determines
its color). Infrared therapy uses relatively long waves of light, which
are able to penetrate fairly deeply (1 to
1 1/2 inches) into the skin. Infrared light stimulates the activity of
fibroblasts, which are responsible for making the proteins collagen and
elastin. Collagen and elastin are responsible for supporting the skin
and giving it its elasticity. Replenishing the collagen and elastin helps