Dermalux treatment is an advanced non-invasive skincare procedure that utilizes light therapy to improve skin health and address various skin concerns. It involves the use of Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology to deliver specific wavelengths of light energy to the skin, promoting natural healing processes and achieving rejuvenating effects.
There are three primary wavelengths of Light used in Dermalux treatment:
- Blue Light (415nm): This wavelength targets and destroys the bacteria responsible for causing acne. It helps to reduce inflammation and can be effective in managing acne-prone skin.
- Red Light (633nm): Red Light stimulates collagen production, enhances blood circulation, and reduces inflammation. It’s beneficial for improving skin tone and texture, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and promoting overall skin rejuvenation.
- Near-Infrared Light (830nm): Near-infrared Light penetrates deeper into the skin, promoting cellular repair and regeneration. It’s effective in reducing inflammation, accelerating healing, and improving the skin’s overall health.
During a Dermalux treatment session, an LED device is placed close to the skin, and the selected light wavelengths are emitted. The skin absorbs this light energy, which triggers biochemical reactions within the cells. These reactions stimulate collagen production, accelerate cell turnover, and improve circulation, ultimately leading to a revitalised complexion.