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3 Popular Skin Benefits of LED Light Therapy

The condition of your skin is fundamental to all other aspects of your appearance. When your skin looks and feels great, it’s easy to tell. So, unsurprisingly, skin care has become a dominant cosmetic trend in recent years. 

In addition to your at-home skin care routine, you may benefit from using professional dermatology solutions for skin flaws. At Lasercare Skin Clinic of Little Rock, Arkansas, we offer therapies and treatments to improve your skin’s condition and appearance, including noninvasive light-emitting diode (LED) therapy.

You don’t have to live with skin flaws. Talk to Dr. Bruce Sanderson and our team of cosmetic experts at Lasercare Skin Clinic about the skin benefits of LED light therapy. Here are some key points about this type of skin treatment.

1. LED light repairs and restores your skin

With roots reaching back to NASA researchers, LED light therapy uses science to repair and retouch your skin. Here’s how it works.

As our Lasercare Skin Clinic team knows, light can treat and stimulate your tissues. Laser procedures also use the power of light. LED light therapy eradicates harmful bacteria from the surface of your skin while simultaneously stimulating the tissues in the targeted treatment area.

Depending on the specific frequency of LED light used for your treatment, this may increase your lymphatic flow, clear away puffiness, or even trigger new cellular growth for anti-aging skin improvement. You can even combine your treatment with oxygen therapy, a popular option at Lasercare Skin Clinic.

2. LED treatment is safe and noninvasive

With LED light therapy, you benefit from gentle, noninvasive skin improvement technology. We don’t use ultraviolet (UV) light frequencies in your treatment, so there’s no radiation that can result in skin burns.

You don’t need to plan on a lot of downtime after your treatment session. Most patients who opt for LED light therapy experience no side effects. For some, inflammation or redness can last a day or two after treatment.

It’s safe to repeat your LED light therapy treatment. To completely repair and restore your skin, you may wish to set up multiple treatment sessions as frequently as once a week for up to 10 weeks. And you can continue to get touch-up LED treatments at Lasercare Skin Clinic for years to come.

3. LED therapy targets specific skin flaws

LED light comes in multiple wavelengths or colors, and those wavelengths allow us to customize your treatments and target specific complexion issues.

For example, blue LED light therapy treats acne outbreaks, reducing symptoms and making it less likely that you’ll experience another breakout during treatment. And, if you’re primarily concerned about reducing the appearance of visible signs of aging in your skin, you need red LED light therapy. We can even combine wavelengths to treat multiple problems.

Contact Dr. Sanderson to learn more about LED light therapy to pep up your skin, reduce blemishes and signs of aging, and get rid of puffiness and poor skin tone. Schedule your initial consultation appointment by calling Lasercare Skin Clinic now, or book your first session online.

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