Got a Pimple? Kill it!
Want a great way to KILL Acne?
You need a Blue LED Light Therapy Facial ASAP!
Ready to nerd out, Blue LED Light Therapy Facial 400-450 nmuses low intensity light that relieves issues involving acne, bacteria, and inflammation. Recently, it has been shown to improve inflammatory skin diseases, such as psoriasis or eczema.
Blue LED Light Therapy is commonly associated with a specific wavelength that kills the bacteria Propionibacterium or P. acnes found in the oil glands of the skin.
Blue LED Light Therapy Facialdestroys bacteria in the skin, brings circulation to the skin which creates and increase level of oxygen in the skin and relieves inflammation.
WHAT WILL YOU NOTICE RIGHT AWAY?
A hydrated and tighter appearance. Some clients experience a slight flushing.
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER SEVERAL FACIALS?
Healthier and clearer skin with a reduction/elimination of acne lesions.
HOW CAN I IMPROVE MY RESULTS?
In order to see real results with Acneic skin, you must have a solidified home regimen, monthly facials, eliminate lifestyle elements that create acne flares and embrace healthy changes your diet.
LED Light Therapy Facial is a complementary treatment.
LED Light Therapy works best in a series of treatments. LED Light Therapy Facials are similar to sunbathing. Frequent sun exposure leads to darker skin - Frequent exposure Led Light Therapy leads to better skin. This is a horrible example because I don't want you tanning your skin and soak up all those UV Rays, but it's a relatable analogy.
LED Light Therapy is not a replacement therapy, but a complimentary therapy to boost your results from your regular skin care routine. It should be booked with your NRxMonthly (90min) facial or my weekly/bi-weekly Express Light Therapy Facials (30mins).
WHICH LED LIGHT THERAPY SHOULD I CHOOSE?
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