Light therapy originated with the Greeks, Romans and Egyptians where they figured light was beneficial to one’s health.  This has evolved over the years, to a now safe practice (as before, in the 19th and 20th century practices of light therapy, they were not aware of the damage UV light caused) whereby we use safe Light Emitting Diodes, LED, to emit infrared lights on your face in different wavelengths.

The wavelengths chosen are specific to the condition being treated and the results wanted from LED Light Therapy.

These photons of light trigger certain reactions in our skin cells which in turn give us the results we want to achieve.

In our second skin layer, the Dermis, it converts light into fuel so the skin cells can heal and repair with better efficacy, speeding up the skins ability to perform its natural functions.

Red Light;

This wavelength, of 630nm, helps to increase collagen production - collagen being what makes your skin youthful and plump so a huge benefit.  It also increases blood flow to the skin and the capillaries on the face promoting healing and regeneration for skin rejuvenation.  Rosacea and scarring concerns can be treated with red light as it has the ability to penetrate your skin, getting past the epidermis and into the dermis, hence the collagen induction, enabling stimulation of healing through this increased blood flow. 

Increased blood flow brings oxygen, fuel and nutrients to the skin for overall added vibrancy and glow!

Blue Light;

Blue light, at superficial wavelengths of 420nm, can treat acne as it can generate a high energy form of oxygen that attacks the bacteria in your skin. That bacteria, Propionibacterium Acnes aka Pacnes, causes acneic conditions and problematic skins. It is actually a good bacteria found on all skins but a skin with an unbalanced pH, over or under active sebum and a build up of dead skin cells makes this good bacteria go in search of its food source in the wrong place, turning it to a pathogen - bad bacteria, that then causes acne lesions in various forms.

So blue light is very effective for the treatment of acne concerns and can be used in combination with red light for its healing benefits too of these lesions.

LED Light Therapy is also a therapeutic treatment for those with busy, stressful lives especially for the ‘S.A.D’ sun-less winter months.

So who is suitable for LED Light Therapy;

  • Anyone with ageing concerns
  • Dull, lifeless skins
  • Fatigued skin
  • Sensitive skin
  • Rosacea
  • Acne
  • Poor skin tone and texture
  • Poorly healing wounds, burns and post-surgery
Due to it rengerative, healing, hydrating and sterilising benefits, LED Light Therapy can be added to MesoPeels aimed at congestion and blemish control and to any Environ Facial. You can opt to add this on within Hollie’s Fresha online appointment system.

A course of LED Light Therapy is recommended and results can be seen in as few as 8 sessions which can be taken weekly for best and quickest results.

25 minute LED £30

LED Light Therapy as an ‘add-on’ is £15

Treatment Menu

Environ

Environ Consultation and Observ Skin Analysis
90mins £40

 
Environ FOCUS 
30-40 minutes £40
 
Environ ESSENTIAL
60-70 minutes £65
75-90 minutes £85
 
Environ COOL PEEL 
60-75 minutes £65

Cool Peel course of 6 £330 (to be taken weekly)


LED Light Therapy

25 minutes LED £30

MesoPeel

Mesoestetic MesoPeel Consultation, Observ Skin Analysis and patch test £40

Mesopeel Face £80

  • Course of 6 £400

Mesopeel Body from £70 (area and size dependant)

  • Courses of 6 available POA

SkinPen Needling

Consultation, Observ Skin Scan and patch test £40

Face to under jawline £160

Just neck £120

Including décolletage £140

‘Medi Manis’ £80

Skinpen for stretch marks
from £160 (size of area dependant)