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"What Are the Benefits?"

- Red Light: activates healthy cells, repairs damaged skin, dispels dark spots, reduces crinkles and wrinkles, shrinks pores, and increases collagen production.

- Blue Light: kills bacteria, improves oily skin, lessens inflammation, diminishes acne and scars

- Green Light: minimizes swelling, brightens and lightens skin tone, balances/calms skin, assists in lymph and edema elimination, can even reduce stress levels

- Orange Light: has red light benefits. Great at targeting skin redness and rosacea. It revitalizes skin and brings out a healthy glow.


Benefits of Love Light:

- Red Light + Infrared: Red 624nm (visible light) and Infrared 940nm (invisible light) both may promote blood circulation, heal and oxygenate cells, activate healthy cells, and may repair damaged skin naturally.
Overview Red light reaches the dermal layer of the skin which may result2 in collagen production which diminishes wrinkles and sagginess. Infrared light stimulates circulation and repairs the elastin fibers within tissue to help keep skin firm and tight which guarantees anti- aging effectiveness. 


"How to Use Light Therapy Devices?"

Step One: Wash and dry your face completely. Your skin should be clean and free of any powders.

Step Two: Turn on the device.

Step Three: Pick which area you want to start with, and then place it there. You can use this device on your cheeks, forehead, chin, and neck area. Avoid eyes. 

Step Four: The LED light will automatically turn on once it touches your skin. Apply gentle pressure while slowly moving the light in small circular motions. About 3-5 minutes for each treatment area is recommended. Total treatment is 15-20minutes.

Step Five: Once you’ve finished, apply a small amount of moisturizing cream or serum on the treated skin for maximum hydration. (Only use creams or serums with LED wands. Water may damage them.)


"Who Should Use LED Light Therapy?"

LED light therapy is  recommended to anyone looking for overall skin rejuvenation. It is also recommended to anyone wanting to treat sun damage, acne, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, wounds, scars, and inflammatory conditions.


"How Often Should I Use Light Therapy?"

For the first 4-weeks you should use Light Therapy 3 times a week for up to 15-20 minutes each time. After the first 4-weeks, you can use Light Therapy just once a week, for 15-20 minutes per use. 


"When Will I See Results?"

The results of using Light Therapy varies from person to person. It also depends on how often you use the device. For the best results, carefully follow the recommended directions. Remember, consistency is the key to getting the results you desire. When Light Therapy is used as advised, most of our customers see results within 8-weeks. Others may see results sooner. (This majorly depends on consistency.)


"How Does Light Therapy Work?"

We use UV-free light energy to treat the epidermis (outer layer of skin). LED stands for “Light Emitting Diode”. Diodes give off energy in the form of light.  When the light is applied to the skins surface, the epidermis absorbs it and then stimulates collagen proteins. In theory, more collagen means skin will look firmer, smoother, brighter, and overall younger! The appearance of uneven pigmentation, acne spots, fine lines, and wrinkles will be diminished. LED light also has the ability to reduce inflammation while improving circulation, which gives a healthier glow! Our bodies are brilliant machines and when given the right tools such as, LED light, we can absolutely correct and prevent the signs of aging.


"Is Light Therapy Safe??"

Yes! Our LED light does not contain ultraviolet (UV) rays so it is safe for regular use. It is even totally safe to use Light Therapy for years without any harm.  Also, our Light Therapy does not cause burns compared to other anti-aging treatments such as chemical peels, dermabrasion, or laser therapy. Because of this, it is safe for all skin colors and skin types. It is FDA approved, and used by many estheticians. This amazing technology was discovered by nasa.