‘Everything You Need To Know About LED Skin Treatments’
We’ll level with you, they’re not just creepy looking masks, but actually the secret to giving acne-prone and dull skin a good old glow boost. Still not with us? We caught up with skincare expert Natali Kelly to give us the pro lowdown on all things light therapy and LED skin treatments.
LED Light Therapy uses colour wave lengths of visible light which have specific skin benefits. As a result of ageing, skin disorders or trauma, healthy skin cells are compromised and unable to renew themselves normally.
‘You can see results from the first treatment;however,we would recommend a minimum course of six,’ explains Kelly. ‘If you would like to super charge your skin for specific skin concerns, an intensive course of twelve treatments is advised close together.’
‘In clinic we offer Dermaluxat £70, including skin consultation and assessment in a private treatment room with a heated bed and cosy duvet,’ says Kelly. ‘We also advise light therapy after most of our facials, which is a £50 add on.’