Dermalux™ LED phototherapy is a non-invasive skin rejuvenation treatment that uses the power of natural light to stimulate the skin’s cell renewal processes; in many ways, it is similar to photosynthesis in plants and very safe. LED phototherapy uses specific colour wavelengths of light – Red, Blue, and Red & Blue combined – to penetrate [...]
When you arrive for your DermaluxTM LED phototherapy treatment, we will gently cleanse your skin to remove all make-up and skincare products, including sunscreen. This allows the beneficial light waves to penetrate your skin. We will also exfoliate your skin to remove any dead skin cells that may reflect the light. For enhanced results, a [...]
With light therapy the visible effects are immediate. After just one treatment, your skin should look incredibly hydrated, plump and radiant with any redness and irritation calmed. People tend to book a single appointment for when they need a skin ‘pick me up’ but may need several sessions for longer-lasting results as they are cumulative [...]
The results of Dermalux™ LED phototherapy can last for several months following a course of treatments. However, as with any skin treatment, maintenance sessions are advised to ensure lasting results. As light therapy does not harm the skin, there is no limit to the amount of treatments you can have.
No. This treatment stands out because there is no risk of irritation, side effects or down time that may be associated with more invasive procedures. There have been no reported side effects in over 1,700 clinical studies and it does not harm the body in any way. LED light therapy is a heat-free treatment that [...]
No. You won’t need to take time off after your treatment.
After any treatment we’ll give you detailed aftercare instructions that relate to your procedure, so you know what to do and what to expect. Generally speaking, there is nothing you should avoid after this treatment, although it should be followed by the application of suitable skincare products, including a sunscreen. Make-up can then be applied. [...]