How it Works:
Anti-aging Light Therapy (LED Anti-aging Treatment) delivers light energy to the surface and inner layers of the skin. Light energy of different wavelengths (colours), have different properties. Research and experience shows that red light enhances cellular metabolism. This in turn stimulates the body to produce new collagen and increase circulation. Red light also improves the functioning of the lymphatic system. On the other hand, green light shrinks pores and improves sensitive skin. It tightens and tones skin that has lost elasticity and firmness. Green light is a very effective treatment for sagging skin under the eyes and restores dilated capillaries. The result is younger, healthier looking skin.
Why you should consider it:
Spring Mist Spa’s Anti-aging Light Therapy uses a combination of red and green LED lights to remove signs of aging. This very effective treatment reduces wrinkles, including wrinkles around the eyes (crow’s feet). The treatment heals dry, sun damaged skin in need of circulation and promotes the production of collagen.
A great choice for those struggling with wrinkles, sagging skin or bags under the eyes, dilated capillaries and widened pores.
Minimal risk of side effects, especially when used without light-activating chemicals.
Immediate Results that improve with each treatment.
Service Price (face/neck):
$85/1 session; $220/Series of 3 (save $35); $430 Series of 6 (save $80)
A series of 3-6 treatments is performed one time per week, and then maintained monthly.
Is there proof that this technology works?
Clinical studies, scientific and medical research, independent testing and patient testimonials exist to prove the efficacy of Light-Therapy. Research conducted by NASA’s space program has proven that near-infrared LED light therapy promotes wound healing and human tissue growth.
Are there any adverse effects from this treatment?
No. This treatment has no adverse reactions and no down-time. LED-emitting devices are classified by the FDA as possessing “non-significant risk” due to the fact that they are completely safe and possess no possibility of harm from over-exposure.
Is the process abrasive or painful?
No. A LED treatment is a gentle, painless, safe, non-invasive and non-abrasive treatment.
How is the treatment administered?
A trained skin care specialist will follow specific protocols to treat the affected areas. You will experience a feeling of relaxation, light warmth and well-being.
Do I need maintenance treatments?
Yes. Maintenance treatments are important in order to maintain your visible results. Usually a once a month treatment is recommended, unless otherwise determined by your skin care specialist.
How soon can I expect to see results?
The skin looks different after the first treatment: smoother and more hydrated with a natural radiant glow. However, since the device is essentially stimulating the body’s natural healing mechanisms, the most visible results are not immediate. Instead, results occur gradually over several weeks. With each treatment you will see improvement. And an effective home care regimen will be recommended that will further enhance your results.
Is the Photo-Rejuvenation Facial a good complement to other skin care treatments?
Absolutely! It helps strengthen and rejuvenate the skin at a cellular level so it amplifies the results achieved in any facial treatment.
Can I put my make-up back on immediately?
Yes, there is no downtime with this treatment.
Can I go out in the sun after this treatment?
Yes, the treatment does not increase photo-sensitivity. It is recommended that you apply a broad spectrum UVA and UVB sunscreen every day. Sunscreen is applied after every treatment.
Is the Photo Rejuvenation LED Light Therapy for everyone?
While almost everyone can benefit from the use of light therapy, these treatments will have the greatest impact on skin with sluggish metabolism and slow cellular activity showing visible signs of aging. Contraindications for light therapy include pregnancy and epilepsy, photo-allergy, and medications that cause light sensitivity (such as Tetracycline). Also, if you are currently taking steroids or cortisone injections, you should not receive light therapy.