LED light therapy has an established history of skin uses.
It’s mainly noted for increasing collagen and tissues, all of which can smooth out your skin and reduce the appearance of damage from age spots, acne, and wrinkles.
There are different frequencies, or wavelengths, used with LED light treatment.
Does LED light therapy really work?
LED means light-emitting diode. “It works by emitting infrared lights (causing heat) in different wavelengths/spectrums, which have different skincare benefits,” says Engelman. “Amber light stimulates collagen and elastin. Blue light kills bacteria.”
How often should I use LED light therapy?
Then you should use the Red Light Therapy bed at least 2-3 times per week for the following 4-12 weeks, and finally 1-2 times per week to maintain your desired skin results.
Are LED lights harmful to skin?
LED bulbs do not emit hazardous ultraviolet radiation. Also, they don’t release mercury. LED lights are not harmful to your skin. Instead, these are the big source of saving electric energy, money etc.
Does LED light reduce wrinkles?
“LED light therapy can stimulate collagen production, which reduces fine lines and wrinkles, as well as eliminate acne-causing bacteria, which improves skin clarity.
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