LED Light Therapy at Home

the benefits of DIY LED photo facial rejuvenation therapy  

Originally developed as a professional spa skin care device, LED Photo rejuvenation Light Therapy is becoming a valuable home laser spa aging skin care treatment.


LED Rejuvenation Light Therapy Facial is quickly becoming a highly coveted addition to home laser skin care treatments.

The DIY LED light therapy at home version of photo rejuvenation light therapy facial lasers mimics the powerful spa intensive light therapy (ILP) lasers using LED light and a variety of different wavelengths and light spectrums to treat a wide range of aging skin symptoms from acne to aging skin symptoms.

LED, or light emitting diode therapy, is a skin care treatment that uses varying wavelengths of light, including red and blue.

NASA originally developed it for plant growth experiments on shuttle missions and later found it to have promise for wound treatment. The U.S. Navy SEALs began using it in the 1990s to help heal wounds quickly and to help regenerate damaged muscle tissues.

LED light therapy has developed an established history of skin uses and is now used by some aestheticians and high-end Spas as a treatment to help regenerate aging skin as well as to treat acne.  Red LED wavelengths are primarily used for anti-aging therapy, while blue is used as a treatment for acne.


While the LED light therapy at home anti-aging photo facial is primarily noted for increasing collagen and tissues the other noted benefits include:

  • Smoothing and soothing skin
  • Reduce the appearance of damage from environmental factors
  • Firm and tighten skin
  • Reduce the appearance of age spots, rosacea and hyperpigmentation
  • Stimulate cellular activity
  • Restore elasticity
  • Increase circulation
  • Eczema
  • Hair loss
  • Mild to moderate acne
  • Psoriasis
  • Rosacea
  • Sun damage
  • Wound healing
  • Wrinkles
  • Decrease scarring
  • Promote anti-inflammatory effects

One 2018 animal study found that blue LED improved healing of third-degree skin burns.

Studies also indicate that laser therapy will stimulate tissue repair and healing, improve skin tone, reduce pore size, and stimulate collagen production.

thank goodness for all these advances in technology, especially for those with aging skin!

There is nothing like technology to help achieve and maintain younger, firmer and healthier skin.  It's almost too good to be true!

What can you say to that other than "WOW!"

It should be noted that very few scientifically orchestrated independent clinical trials substantiate the benefits as a DIY LED light therapy at home anti-aging treatment. Research suggests that LED light therapy can help reduce and improve some skin conditions and issues. To see improvement in your skin, though, you need to have regular treatments.

In-office LED light therapy uses more powerful strengths than at-home devices, which makes it more effective. With LED masks and other portable devices, you likely won’t see dramatic anti-aging or acne-reducing results. You might experience only subtle improvements in your skin’s appearance, though.

Renowned anti-aging skin specialist, Dr. Dennis Gross. explains the LED light therapy at home Photo Facial treatment options:

Important Note:
Dr. Gross has not only developed an internationally acclaimed anti-aging skin care line as well as a very highly rated LED home facial therapeutic device: preview the skincare line here

when compared to the cost of visits at a spa with a skin care specialist, home photo facial treatments can be quite a bargain

However, beauty forums, skin care message boards and news articles have been abuzz since LED therapy has become available as a home spa facial laser treatment.


Anecdotal evidence as reported on these forums verify that the cumulative effectives of this facial laser can be quite remarkable!

The current consensus is that three to four home photo rejuvenation treatments with a LED light therapy at home device is equivalent to one professional high powered medical laser treatment.
Reference: National Library of Medicine: Photorejuvenation

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