The Benefits of LED Photo Light Therapy and Why it's the Safest Anti-Aging Option

The Benefits of LED Photo Light Therapy and Why it's the Safest Anti-Aging Option

The history of light therapy stretches back for centuries, but today it has been narrowed down to a few well-researched and effective areas of medical treatment. And when it comes to using light for aesthetic and cosmetic purposes, there is nothing as effective as LED photo light therapy. 

In recent years LED photo light therapy has become a popular anti-aging treatment, slowly making its way into the catalogs of medical spas and beauty clinics all over the world. Not only that but it’s even being incorporated into at-home devices! It’s natural that many would wonder how safe this skincare method actually is.

So We're here to tell you that not only is LED photo light therapy safe, but it’s possibly the safest form of anti-aging treatment on the market. If you’re looking for safe skin technology with minimal side effects that can drastically reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, this is the right option for you.

What Is LED Photo Light Therapy?

LED photo light therapy involves the use of wavelengths of light to rejuvenate the skin and treat certain skin conditions, including acne, inflammation, aging, psoriasis, rosacea, and more. It uses light-emitting diode light (LED) on the skin, usually red or blue light, though amber, green, and yellow light can be used in some treatments. 

During treatment, the target area is exposed to various wavelengths of light which are absorbed by the skin. Depending on the wavelengths used, this light will trigger natural intracellular reactions in the body, any of which have renewing and regenerative effects on skin cells.

This form of light therapy is a subset of photodynamic therapy that uses light activation and medicine to treat more serious conditions.

Benefits of the Treatment

There are various great benefits of LED photo light therapy, including:

  • Reduced appearance of aging, i.e wrinkles, fine lines, and age spots.
  • Therapeutic use for mild to moderate acne
  • Less chance of future breakouts
  • Reduced inflammation
  • Soothes sun damage 
  • Accelerated wound healing
  • It has also been used to treat skin conditions like eczema, rosacea, dermatitis, psoriasis, and more.

Why is LED Photo Light Therapy the Safest Anti-Aging Option?

Far and wide throughout the cosmetic industry, LED photo light therapy has been hailed as one of the safest skin care treatments and anti-aging options on the market. Decades worth of scientific research has been conducted in this area of cosmetic and medical treatment, and results have been resoundingly positive. Many LED light therapy devices, including clinical-grade equipment, at-home handheld devices, and LED light masks are FDA-approved.

This treatment has very few reported side effects compared to most anti-aging treatments, and all side effects are minor and short-lived. These may include minor headaches or irritability caused by the glare of the light, though this can easily be avoided if appropriate eyewear is worn during treatment. One 2018 scientific study published in the journal Lasers in Medical Science reported that LED light therapy “represents the emerging and safest tool for the treatment of many conditions such as skin inflammatory conditions, aging, and disorders linked to hair growth.”

As long as you are receiving treatment from an experienced and qualified practitioner, or using FDA-approved at-home equipment, LED photo light therapy is 100% safe and effective. If you want to treat some of those wrinkles or fine lines you notice in the mirror, without the concern of risk or serious side effects, LED photo light therapy is the treatment for you.

Written by: Shannon Campbell

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