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What Light Therapy at Endota Spa Can do for You

26 Nov 2018

You may be familiar with a variety of different facials, with facials that involve everything from hydro-microdermabrasion to glycolic peels. But what about facials that use LED lights? LED light therapy, also known as an LED facial or collagen facial, involves exposing the facial skin to LED lights for 60 minutes, resulting in more vibrant skin that’s protected against the ageing process.

How Light Therapy Works

When used regularly over time, LED lights are believed to penetrate skin at different depths, resulting in a variety of reactions. These reactions can range from plumping up skin to reduce wrinkles to fending off bacteria known to cause acne.

Red light therapy is used to stimulate collagen production while enhancing the skin’s natural healing process. This makes the red LED light therapy ideal for brightening dark spots and removing fine lines and wrinkles.

In addition to penetrating the skin, light therapy technology deeply hydrates it, prompting cell regeneration and an increase in both collagen and elastin production.

Light Therapy Benefits

Brightening dark spots results in a more even skin tone, while the removal of fine lines and wrinkles brings on a more youthful appearance. Additional benefits of light therapy include improving skin texture, brightening dull-looking skin, and reducing pore size.

The overall end result is a fresher, revitalised and more vibrant appearance – all through a non-invasive method that defends against the ageing process.

What Else You Need to Know

Light therapy typically works best when done consistently over a period of time. You can also prolong the effects of LED light therapy by following up with skincare products specifically created to extend light therapy benefits.

Give red light therapy a try with a special offer from Endota Spa at Chevron Renaissance. Valid Monday to Friday now through Nov. 30, get a New Age Light Therapy Facial for $129. Book your appointment now.


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