LED light facial treatment

LED Light Treatment

LED Light Facial Treatment ( 90min) $110
Surface cleansing, light enzymatic exfoliation, steaming, face massage, 30min LED red light treatment, nourishing mask, serum, cream with SPF
Add to any facial LED Blue Light Treatment (15min) $15
Add to any facial LED Red Light Treatment (15min) $15

What is Light Emitting Diode (LED) Treatment?

Light emitting diode (LED) is a skincare tretment that uses varying wavelengths of light (880nm, 640nm and 465nm) to provide a variety of aesthetic and therapeutic treatments.

How does LED work?

LED light deliver heat in the IR spectrum to provide topical heating for the purpose of elevating tissue temperature; promoting the relaxation of muscle tissue; relieving stiffness; temporary increase local blood circulation.
The blue spectrum is intended to reduce acne vulgaris. Blue LED light therapy targets the sebaceous (oil) glands and make them less active. Also, blue light kills acne-causing bacteria beneath the skin, which can help treat severe acne pimples, including cysts and nodules.

When the red LED light is applied to your skin, the epidermis (outer layer of skin) absorbs it and then stimulates collagen proteins. Your skin will look smoother and fuller, which can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Red LED light is also reduces inflammation while improving circulation, which can give you a healthier glow.

How many treatments might I need to see results?

Each treatment lasts about 20-30 minutes. For acne problem or full-face wrinkles the treatment consist 12 treatment sessions spread over 4 weeks, allowing 3 treatments per week. Even after you’ve achieved the recommended number of sessions, your results aren’t permanent since your skin cells turn over; you may lose some collagen and start to see signs of aging again. You may also experience acne breakouts again. This is why it’s recommended that clients come back for maintenance treatments every few months.

What are the side effects?

Side effects from LED light therapy are rare. Clients could experience following post-treatment symptoms: redness, rash, pain, tenderness, increased inflammation, hives.
See you doctor if you experience any of the symptoms.

How to prepare the skin for LED treatment?

The LED device should be used as close as possible to the skin which should be free if clothing, make-up ( many make-up formulas contain minerals that may deflect the light) or anything else which may deflect the light away from the skin. Don’t look directly at the light, and wear the goggles provided or use appropriate eye protection.

Who is a good candidate for LED treatment?

LED designs for all skin types (Fitzpatrick I-VI). Unlike other types of light therapy LED don’t contain UV light. Therefore, LED treatment is safe for regular use. LED light therapy doesn’t cause burns compare to other anti-aging treatment such as chemical peels, dermabrasion, and laser therapy.

Who should NOT have LED facial treatment?

Pregnant women should avoid LED treatment until after they give birth; breast feeding; people, who have sensitivity or allergy to light; people who take contraindicated medications (steroids, hormone replacement therapy, photosensitive drugs) or have contraindicated diseases (cancer, or metastasis, epilepsy or a history of seizures). Also, don’t use on infants or children. People, who are taking Accutane, should avoid LED light therapy until at least six month after they stop using the medication.

What kind of LED technology do you use?

At Vancouver Green Spa we use Celluma by Biophotas Inc. is FDA cleared and approved  by Health Canada.

How can I learn more about LED treatment?

To learn more about this innovative treatment and how it can benefit you, we suggest you make an appointment to visit our salon. This way we can show you our facility, equipment and answer any questions you have in person. A consultation with our professionals is free and does not come with any obligations, so don’t hesitate and

Please call (604)441-1236 or book your appointment online!

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