When it comes to wrinkle Reduction and skin rejuvenation, light therapy offers a simple and effective means to improve the way you look.
Low-Level-Light-Therapy (LLLT) or Photobiomodulation (PBMT) has emerged to become a clinically viable and research-based treatment modality, with a significant breadth of studies supporting its efficacy and demonstrating its various modes of action. A wide array of medical and health specialties have benefited from PBMT, of particular interest is the practitioner that treats the aging face, given proven effects of LED PBMT on skin cells in both the epidermis and dermis as well as its positive effects on blood flow.
“In brief, LED-LLLT is safe and effective, easy to apply, pain free, side effect free, and, in the opinion of the authors, will undoubtedly become a major adjunctive modality for the plastic surgeon dealing with the aging face.”
Calderhead et al. Clin Plastic Surg 43 (2016) 541–550
Skin histological images comparing untreated (A,C) and treated (B, D) areas with 830nm LED. Treated sides show increased collagen (A, B) and elastin (C, D) fiber density with good alignment, thicker cellular epidermis, a more organized stratum corneum. (RG Calderhead and
DB Vasily, Clin Plastic Surg 43 (2016) 541–550)