Dermalux Light Therapy

Multi Award winning Dermalux® LED Light Therapy is the leading, non-invasive treatment that harnesses the power and beauty of light for visibly radiant, rejuvenated and refined skin.

Voted ‘Treatment of the Year’ for 4 consecutive years, Dermalux® light therapy combines wavelengths of light with the latest generation LED technology to deliver safe and effective results for a wide range of skin conditions without discomfort or downtime.

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FAQ

  • What is DermaLux® Light Therapy?

    Dermalux® Light Therapy uses an array of carefully arranged light emitting diodes to deliver pure, uniform, narrow-band red light that boosts both skin and mood. The therapeutic Dermalux®  treatment was originally created by Cancer Research UK and is non-invasive and completely safe.

  • How does Dermalux® LED Light Therapy work?

    Concentrated beams of LED light penetrate deep below the dermis, stimulating the activity of fibroblasts which are responsible for producing collagen and elastin proteins, thereby plumping and lifting the skin. The light also helps to stimulate new cell production and promotes healing to treat acne scars, rosacea, age spots and blemishes caused by broken capillaries. Additionally, Dermalux® light therapy triggers the body’s circadian rhythm, encouraging the body to produce feel-good hormones and endorphins.

  • How is the Dermalux® treatment carried out?

    Clients are invited to lay comfortably on a treatment couch before skin is thoroughly cleansed and protective eyewear is provided. The specialist Dermalux® light therapy equipment is then programmed according to the clients specific area of concern and positioned directly over the face to deliver the most effective healing light.

  • What results should I expect?

    For maximum effect, a course of Dermalux® LED Light Therapy treatments are recommended, but benefits are visible after a single session. Following treatment, your complexion will appear fresher, brighter and more radiant, with fine lines reduced and skin tone evened.

  • How does the treatment feel?

    Clients generally report that Dermalux® LED light therapy treatment gives a warm, soothing and deeply relaxing sensation.

  • Is there any downtime after Dermalux® Light Therapy?

    Dermalux® Light Therapy is non-invasive and totally safe, with no down-time following treatment.

Areas

Face
Neck

Anaesthetic Type

Deeply relaxing and therapeutic

Procedure Time

45 minutes

Science

Combines clinically proven wavelengths of light with the latest generation LED technology to deliver safe and effective results for a wide range of skin conditions without discomfort or downtime

Results

Energises skin cells to revitalise a dull and tired complexion

Downtime

None

Frequency

Condition dependant, but generally monthly

Price

£47.50

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