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Lumiderm LED LightPhotorejuvenation Therapy
Lumiderm photorejuvenation therapy uses light energy from an LED, or light emitting diodes. It’s the same form of light energy found in many digital displays. The technology helps restore skin to its peak cellular activity. When skin is exposed to these wavelengths of light, collagen regenerates and elasticity improves, giving skin a smoother, younger appearance.
Lumiderm also encourages the body to increase circulation and oxygen flow, which ultimately results in renewed and fresher-looking skin with less wrinkles. There’s no pain or recovery time because, unlike more invasive procedures such as lasers and chemical peels, Lumiderm doesn’t penetrate or injure the skin.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is LED light therapy?
Light therapy is the application of light energy to the skin for therapeutic benefits. It is a natural photobiochemical reaction similar to the process of plant photosynethsis. NASA’s space program has proven that LED light therapy (near-infrared) promotes wound healing and human tissue growth. The energy delivered by the Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) has been shown to enhance cellular metabolism, accelerate the repair and replenish-ment of damaged skin cells, as well as stimulate the production of collagen – the foundation of a healthy and smooth skin. A lot of research has shown that LED Light Therapy may help to smooth skin texture, improve skin firmness and resilience, increases the lymphatic system activity, restore skin’s natural cellular activity, reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and superficial hyperpigmentation. The treatment is for all skin types and it is non-ablative, non-invasive, painless and absolutely no downtime. Patients or clients can return to their normal activity immediately after the treatment.
Red & Infrared Light:
- Aids in circulation and moisture retention
- A complement to any skin care regimen
What skin conditions does Lumiderm treat?
Rosacea, sun damage, fine lines, wrinkles, crow’s feet, enlarged pores, and hyperpigmentation. Lumiderm is especially effective at reducing fine wrinkles around the eyes. Deep wrinkles, crevices and laugh lines are more difficult to treat. Clinical Skin Care Center combines this treatment with other laser procedures to address deeper lines. Six to eight treatments, once a week, are recommended.
Can Lumiderm treat Acne?
For people with minor acne, this is a great ongoing therapy. For bad acne, two treatments per week are required. For women with cyclical or hormonal acne, a treatment once a month is sufficient.
Can Rosacea be treated?
Since rosacea is very difficult to treat, Clinical Skin Care Center recommends alternating the Lumiderm with Photofacial treatments. Five or six treatments are generally required for good results. One session every week. For even better improvement, consider adding a rosacea facial, once a month, to the regime.