What can Lightstim LED Therapy do for you?
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What Are The Cosmetic Benefits Of Lightstim LED Light Therapy ?
Lightstim can help:
Reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and crow’s feet
Clear blemishes, minimise pores and aid in removing bacteria that cause acne
Increase skin radiance along with improving the appearance of skin tone and texture
Restore, improve and accelerate the skin’s Elastin and Collagen production
Reduce Melanin (Melanin causes brown spots)
Reduce the effects of sun-damaged skin
Reduce redness and flushing
Decrease scarring, redness, dry patches, itching and sensitivity caused by eczema
Stimulate naturally occurring metabolic function and nutritional elements
Increase the removal of excess waste products and fluid from the cells
Increase blood flow to the surface of the skin
Reduce the appearance of cellulite
Increase moisture retention
Improves skin firmness and resilience
Restore your skin’s natural cellular activity
Generate heat to temporarily increase local blood circulation
Soothe skin after Microdermabrasion or other oily & acne-prone skin treatments
Reduce inflammation in conditions such as acne and rosacea
LED Light therapy technology was originally developed by NASA in the United States to improve wound healing. More than 2,000 research papers and 100 double blind studies have documented how effective LED light therapy is to stimulate rejuvenation in damaged tissues. Lightstim Therapy treatments at Clinic Eleven Appearance and Skin Cancer Medicine in Paraparaumu are completely pain-free and non-invasive!
Skin exposed to LED light wavelengths grows 150-200% faster. Lightstim LED therapy improves the cosmetic appearance of skin, promotes the healing of wounds, scars and burns.
Why does it work so effectively you may ask?
Because skin has a high blood and water content it can quickly absorb red light. This in turn produces the energy to cause a healing response from the body.
NASA uses LED therapy to treat muscle and bone atrophy and decreased healing time of wounds in astronauts.