LED lights have been used since the 1960s, however, only recently have they been applied to skin care. Since different wavelengths penetrate the skin at various depths, this therapy is effective for treating a wide range of skin concerns, such as:
Acne Acne treatment often involves blue light. According to studies, blue light can eradicate the acne-causing germs. It may also reduce the amount of oil your glands produce. This prevents acne by preventing the hair follicle from becoming blocked.
In order to reduce inflammation and redness, red and blue lights are frequently combined.
Redness If your skin is dry, red, itchy, or stinging, you should concentrate on using red light in your regimen. Use a mild, ultra-gentle cleanser that removes dirt, oil, and makeup while leaving your skin's natural lipids unharmed.
Wrinkles Yellow light penetrates the skin just enough to promote surface healing while reducing edema, inflammation, and redness.
Signs of Aging Fibroblasts, which are skin cells that are stimulated by red light aid in the production of collagen, which is crucial for skin repair. Red Light treatment has been shown in certain trials to tighten skin, lessen wrinkles and fine lines, and make skin softer and smoother.