Rejuvenation Light Treatment
What is Rejuvenation light treatment?
Rejuvenation light treatment, also known as red light therapy, delivers precise dosages of light energy to the skin to both repair collagen in the dermis (deep layer of skin) and erase signs of aging in the epidermis (top layer of skin). Light therapy is also effective for treating acne by eliminating redness and inflammation.
Other benefits of rejuvenation light treatment include:
- Instant rejuvenation and long-term facial contour.
- Diminished appearance of sun damage.
- Reduced redness caused by acne, rosacea and eczema.
- Radiant, smooth complexion.
- Softened appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
- Reduced under-eye circles.
- Enhanced skin elasticity and firmness.
- Red LED light treatment has shown significant positive outcomes for those with wrinkles, sun damage, uneven skin tone, rosacea and acne. Biologists have shown that cells exposed to LED light grow 150 to 200 percent faster than unstimulated cells.
How does Rejuvenation light treatment work?
LED light signals cause the body to naturally convert light energy into cell energy. The specific wavelengths that are used stimulate positive responses in the skin, increasing cellular activity that naturally decreases as awe age. The conversion process is similar to the way sunlight turns into food energy in plants during photosynthesis.
The thermal energy generated by light treatment also enhances blood circulation, allowing the blood to deliver nutrients and growth to the areas exposed to treatment. It is safe for all skin types and ages, and there is no recovery time necessary. Within the cosmetic industry, light therapy is one of the most effective and gentle ways to repair and rejuvenate skin.
While rejuvenation light treatment is non-invasive and non-abrasive, it is not for everybody. Do not undergo light therapy if you are:
- Taking cortisone or steroid injections.
- Experiencing infection or have an open wound or sore on your face.
Call Gardner Facial Plastic Surgery at (435) 628-1704 for more information or to schedule an appointment.