Broadband light (BBL) photofacials and red light therapy involve applying non-invasive waves of light to the skin of the face. The broadband light penetrates through several layers of skin to activate healing and rejuvenation at a cellular level.
Specifically, light therapy alleviates oxidative stress and inflammation within the cells, which allows them to perform more efficiently. Red light stimulates the mitochondria of the cell and creates more cellular energy. By stimulating the production of skin proteins such as collagen and elastin, red light therapy can help restore the firm and bouncy quality of healthy, youthful skin.Coming Soon
Instead of applying topical creams that only increase the skin’s sensitivity, many people opt for light therapy as an avenue for strengthening the skin while also rejuvenating its appearance. Photofacials aim to restore the body’s barrier to its strongest possible state, thus benefiting overall health. Those who utilize light therapy also enjoy the confidence boost that comes with increased skin elasticity, fewer blemishes and overall young and healthy-looking skin.
Light therapy is frequently used by dermatologists to treat skin conditions including the following:
Different light wavelengths can be used to produce different results. For example, an acne treatment may involve more blue light, while a treatment targeting fine lines will rely on mostly red light.
On top of treating the conditions above, red light therapy can also strengthen the skin barrier and help prevent sun damage in the future. This proactive route to caring for your skin can help improve the firmness, texture, and elasticity of the skin.Coming Soon
Red light therapy is an exciting option for skin care that is becoming increasingly accessible, leading many people to seek out a provider for BBL photofacial in Southlake. However, it is important to understand that not all red light therapy providers are truly equal. While red light therapy and photofacials have not been found to have any negative side effects, these treatments require correct administration and equipment in order to be effective. In order to protect your investment of time and money, seek out only high-quality red light therapy providers.
Light Lounge utilizes only the best processes and equipment to bring you the youthful, healthy skin you’ve been striving for. All practices and technology at Light Lounge are FDA approved, medical grade, clinically proven and non-invasive. Strong, firm, smooth skin is within reach with Light Lounge.
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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.