Dermalux LED Light Therapy Add on

Dermalux LED (Light Emitting Diode) Therapy can be added onto most facials from an extra £20 for 20mins or as a standalone facial for £30 where skin is first cleansed, toned, exfoliated, LED light therapy provided followed by moisturiser and SPF.

Award winning, clinically proven Dermalux LED phototherapy is a celebrity skincare favourite. Hailed as the perfect complexion boost, Dermalux uses unique combinations of non-invasive clinically proven Blue, Red and Near Infared wavelengths into the skins deepest layers to boost collagen production, increase hydration, calm redness and irritation and blitz blemish causing bacteria. Originally developed for NASA for plant growth experiments, LED was later discovered to have a beneficial effect for wound treatment and is now used as a skincare treatment. As the light triggers a whole cascade of skin enhancing processes, the benefits continue even after the treatment has finished. Skin cells are energised to revitalise a dull and tired complexion. A course of treatment offers long lasting results, stimulating the skin’s natural rejuvenation and repair processes to promote healthy looking skin, accelerate cell renewal and improve a range of skin concerns. Effective treatment and management of a wide range of cosmetic and medical indications as part of an overall skin care protocol. Indications for use include but as not limited to: skin rejuvenation; complexion; dry skin; pigmentation; acne (mild to severe); redness; sensitive skin; psoriasis; wound healing; pain.

Amanda Holden is a fan. Megan Markle had a course before her wedding and non- surgical procedure expert Alice Hart Davis raves about it. Amanda Holden recently shared a snap of her enjoying the rejuvenating benefits of the Dermalux Flex MD treatment at home. @alicehartdavis gave a fantastic recommendation of the Flex MD in the Daily Mail article ‘Come out of lockdown looking 10 years younger’. Nominated as a ‘Gadget that Really Works’, Dermalux Flex MD knocked nine years off Alice’s skin age after using it over 3 months during the first lockdown. Alice said “Unlike most LED masks which aren’t powerful or precise enough, this lives up to its promise. It is more expensive but uses medical-grade LEDs and has clinical studies to back it up.” The Tweakments Guide.

An intensive course of 12 treatments are generally recommended, taken in close succession (23 sessions per week) for optimum cell activation. Treatments should be at least 24 hours apart for acne, redness and sensitive skin. Regular maintenance is advised. For use prior to invasive procedures 4 treatments is recommended (2 per week) to enhance overall results and reduce post treatment downtime. Supercharge your skin for visible and lasting improvement. Once completed, maintenance treatments are recommended. Individual treatments may be used to energise skin instantly, revitalise a dull complexion, restore luminosity or calm irritation. A perfect boost before a special event or as part of an ongoing maintenance programme. Can be combined with other facials as an ‘add on’ treatment for superior and longer lasting results or to calm sensitivity.


Dermalux LED IS safe to treat clients who: are breastfeeding; wear contact lenses; suffer from dry eye conditions; suffer from cold sores/herpes virus (although cannot treat unsuitable unless fully healed due to it being highly contagious); those with a pacemaker or metal implant or who have had semi-permanent make up.

Although LED phototherapy emits safe low-level light energy, eye protector goggles (provided) are advised to be worn for the duration of your Dermalux treatment to protect the pupils from direct illumination. For additional safety clients are advised to keep their eyes closed. For those sensitive to light gauze or cotton pads may be placed over the eyes prior to the goggles for additional protection.


Those with the following medical condition will be unsuitable for Dermalux LED treatment: epilepsy or seizures triggered by light (if no seizure for at least 5 years may be suitable if written consent is obtained); porphyria; lupus erythematous; photosensitive eczema; hypomelanism (albinism); active cancers (full remission is safe, partial remission medical consent required)

Certain medications may run risk of a light sensitive reaction so any clients taking these medications may be contraindicated from receiving LED treatment unless they have written medical consent (with some medication it is possible to have LED 1 week after medication has ceased in many cases): certain antibiotics; chemotherapy, rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis medication (e.g. methotrexate); neuroleptic & antipsychotic medication (haloperidol, chlorpromazine, trifluoperazine); anti-arrhythmic & heart conditions (amiodarone); retinoids – oral & topical (isotretinoin; roaccutane);

Any clients who have been taking non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs-NSAIDs (naproxen; celecoxib) for less than 7 days may require additional Dermalux LED treatments to reach desired result.

Clients who are pregnant will be required to obtain medical consent before treatment; this is because Dermalux LED systems have not been tested on pregnant women and therefore risk is unknown.

Clients on anti-arthritic medication (auranofin; azathioprine) are unsuitable for Dermalux LED treatment


Those with the following Dermalux LED treatment: eye disease or conditions & medication or treatment (medical consent may be required); light induced migraines; St Johns Wart; recent introduction of new skincare; under 16 years old. Those who smoke, use sunbeds or have regular sun exposure may require additional Dermalux LED treatments to reach desired result.

Blue light 415nm: antibacterial. Blemish fighting blue light destroys the bacteria which causes acne and helps in the prevention of breakouts. Also improves psoriasis. Applied in combination with red and near infrared light it offers enhanced results for acne and is excellent as a post treatment procedure to help minimise breakouts and reduce redness. Improves skin calrity and has anti-inflammatory effects.

Red light 633nm: rejuvenation and cell renewal. Rejuvanating red light accelerates cell renewal and repair, boosing collagen and elastin synthesis for smoother, firmer skin. Reduces fine lines, improves skin texture & tone & increases natural hydration. Skin cells that are energised function better and can regenerate up to 200% faster. Long lasting benefits in appearance and health of the skin.

Near Infared Light 830nm: wound healing action. Near infared light is absorbed in the skins deepest layers and works synergistically with red light for optimum rejuvenation results. Blood circulation is increased bringing vital oxygen and nutrients to help modulate inflammation accelerate wound healing, calm irritation and reduce redness. Ideal for the most sensitive skins. Near infared light build strength and integrity for compromised, environmentally damaged and sensitive skin conditions. It is also clinically effective in the treatment of hyperpigmentation.

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