Skin texture is different for every person and can change throughout a person’s life. From environmental factors to simple impacts of aging, skin texture may shift over the years. A few common causes and types of irregular or unwanted skin texture include:
Regardless of the cause, it is natural to want to improve the texture of your skin. Irregular texture can be difficult to conceal with makeup, and many people do not wish to wear makeup daily. Improving skin texture can lead to increased confidence and higher self-esteem.Coming Soon
In the world of dermatology, there are various treatments aimed at improving skin texture. From topical creams to medications, the options can sometimes feel overwhelming. Plus, many of these treatments can have concerning side effects that impact overall health.
Fortunately, another treatment route is available that has facilitated promising results, without dangerous side effects. Red light therapy has been shown to improve skin texture and reduce signs of aging. Red light therapy is also known as:
Red light therapy applies light of a specific wavelength range to a target body area. Some treatments may address the entire body, while others focus on a particular body part, such as the face.
As the red light particles interact with the body, they act on the “powerhouse” of the cells: the mitochondria. By reducing oxidative stress within the cells and activating the mitochondria, the red light waves stimulate cells to work harder, facilitating faster healing, increased circulation, and more strength and elasticity in the skin.
By reducing inflammation, boosting collagen production, promoting the healing of acne scars, and smoothing wrinkles, red light therapy has been shown to improve skin texture overall1. Best of all, red light therapy is not associated with any harmful side effects. Over time and with regular intense pulsed light therapy in Southlake from Light Lounge, skin can regain an even texture and color.Coming Soon
While red light therapy has not been found to have dangerous side effects, working only with reputable providers is crucial to make the most of your time and investment. Red light therapy is only effective if light at the correct wavelength is administered correctly. For the best intense pulsed light therapy in Southlake, visit Light Lounge.
Light Lounge uses FDA-approved, medical-grade light beds and clinically proven processes to deliver the best results. Develop your desired skin texture with safe and reliable red light therapy. Book your first session free!Coming Soon
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When light that is in the red, near infrared, and infrared spectra is applied to the body, inflammation and pain are decreased, and healing is accelerated. Light therapy does this by reducing excessive oxidative stress at the cellular level with no documented nor reported negative side effects.
From folks who are suffering from chronic pain (light therapy can alleviate pain without drugs) to people who want to get more out of their training (light therapy can help increase performance and decrease recovery time).
Clinical trials and 4000 laboratory studies demonstrate that light therapy (also called photobiomodulation) has no negative side effects. It has been proven to heal soft tissue injuries, help with TBI, relieve pain without using harmful drugs and painkillers. For more evidence based information please see our BLOG.