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What are the benefits?

It addresses ageing skin, acne, suppresses inflammation and provides 

pain relief for muscular injuries.

  • Improves elasticity and firmness of skin

  • Stimulates collagen production

  • Diminishes fine lines and wrinkles

  • Improves circulation to supply nutrients to the skin

  • Reduces acne and breakouts

  • Reduces inflammation

  • Reduces the redness and inflammation in Rosacea 

  • Improves eczema and psoriasis

  • Reduces pain in joints and muscles


Dermalux LED phototherapy offers the perfect complexion boost and can be

integrated into other treatment services to enhance and accelerate treatment

results. It is a particularly beneficial add on if you are receiving micro-needling

(collagen induction therapy), dermaplaning, microdermabrasion or skin peels.

What parts of the body is it good for?

Dermalux LED phototherapy is used anywhere on the body.

The equipment can mould to curved surfaces with ease.


How long does a treatment take?

Up to 30 minutes per area in most cases. If you're opting for this treatment for joint / muscle pain relief up to 45mins is recommended

How much does it cost?

  • up to 30-minute treatment… £28 (introductory price)

  • 45-minute treatment for joint/muscle pain... £40 (introductory price)

  • Booked as an add on to body massage, microneedling - Collagen Induction Therapy, dermaplaning,

      microdermabrasion (Crystal Clear) or skin peels… £18

    (introductory price)

  • A course of 10 treatments… £250 (introductory price)

The Science

LED Phototherapy is based on the principle that living cells are able to absorb and are influenced by light and the treatment has long been recognised for its regenerating and anti-inflammatory properties.


While we often associate light exposure with skin ageing and damage, light also has many positive influences on the body. It helps us produce vitamin D and provides energy and serotonin and can also accelerate our skin’s natural repair processes.


The differences between the positive and negative effects of light are the amount and the parts of the light spectrum we are exposed to. On-going exposure to UV (sunlight) is very damaging but controlled levels of Red, Blue and Near Infrared light are clinically proven to be beneficial.


The treatment involves exposing the skin to low levels of this beneficial light energy from the visible and infrared part of the light spectrum which energise cellular functions to stimulate various cellular processes with therapeutic effects. Skin cells that are energised function better and regenerate faster which in turn leads to younger, healthy and radiant skin.


A precise wavelength or nanometre (nm) determines the target for the light and also the depth of penetration into the skin. This is used along with an appropriate output power or photon intensity.


The first law of Photobiology states 'photons must be absorbed by the target chromophore to activate a cellular response'


Each individual wavelength has a specific target chromophore (atoms / cells) within the skin (such as melanin (in skin), haemoglobin (in blood), water, cytochrome c oxidase (enzyme), porphyrins (pigmentation) etc.). Shorter wavelengths have more superficial targets and longer wavelengths penetrate to targets at deeper levels in the skin. If the wavelength does not match the target chromophore then there will be no absorption and no reaction and therefore no result. Furthermore, if the photon intensity is too low and insufficient energy is applied to reach the target cells, again there will be no result as the minimum threshold has not been met. Not all LED Phototherapy systems are the same.

Dermalux LED (light emitting diode) phototherapy


What is it and how does it work?

This treatment exposes the skin to low levels of beneficial light energy, which energise cell functions and stimulate cell processes therapeutically. Skin cells are energised to function better and regenerate faster which in turn leads to younger, healthy and radiant skin and tissues.


It delivers clinically proven Blue (415 nanometres), Red (633 nanometres) and Near Infrared (830 nanometres) through single wavelength LED’s with precision and optimum optical power.


Dermalux is considered one of the best patented brands in the field of LED phototherapy and has clinically proven wavelengths. Because of its optical power it is a fast treatment. Unlike some competitors it uses single wavelength LEDs and can be applied to both the face and body to treat specific conditions:

  • Loss of tissue elasticity

  • Lack of collagen

  • Poor circulation

  • Tissue inflammation

  • Bacterial growth

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