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Dermalux™ LED Phototherapy

We all understand the ageing effects of too much exposure to sunlight. But, at the same time, we need light to promote the production of Vitamin D, stimulate serotonin and cell growth and that all important collagen in the skin. Light is actually made up of several different types of light, some, when isolated and given in particular doses have a very positive effect on us. Known as Blue and Red light, these have been harnessed by Dermalux™ to rejuvenate and resolve skin problems at a cellular level.

Summary of treatment

  • Procedure time 30 minutes
  • Downtime usually no downtime although skin may appear red for a few hours
  • Results are usually fairly immediate but may take some weeks and repeat treatments to be effective
  • Duration of results is usually 4-6 weeks
  • Risks and complications - mild skin irritation and localised redness which settles quickly

Dermalux™ The aesthetics choice for Light Treatment

Dermalux™ is used to alleviate and treat a range of skin conditions including:

  • Rosacea, redness and flushing
  • Inflammatory skin conditions
  • Acne & Spot prone skin
  • Wrinkles
  • Dull, dehydrated skin
  • Uneven Pigmentation

We use Dermalux™ either on its own or in combination with our other cosmedical facial treatments to give you the optimum results.

Dermalux™ is a non-invasive multi award winning treatment. which stimulates collagen and elastin synthesis, reduces fine lines, increases hydration, stimulates circulation and the lymphatic system resulting in a healthy and radiant complexion. Dermalux™ is also an effective treatment for spot or pimples. This is because it promotes powerful antibacterial action and helps regulate natural oil secretion.

All treatments are bespoke to your skin type and needs. A personal plan will be designed by our cosmedical team to give you the very best outcomes. Results may vary.

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