Light therapy is not entirely understood. Scientists have encountered issues when attempting to explain the benefits that LED therapy has on the skin and the treatment has become fairly controversial as a result.
Low intensity light therapy is commonly referred to as “photobiomodulation” and uses light in the far-red to near infrared (NIR) region. Over the past 30 years the positive clinical results and the application for these light ranges have expanded massively. Originally used in the treatment of infected ishemic or hypoxic wounds, it has made the transition to be used to improve general skin health and quality. Light therapy is even successful in reversing the signs of skin ageing.
At a cellular level photobiomodulution creates its results by improving the energy metabolism of the mitochondria. This might sound complicated but it basically means that it stimulates the body’s own growth and repair procedures. In the same way it can aid the healing of wounds, it encourages the skin to renew and revitalise itself p880kzm.
There has been a measured improvement in the Keratinocycte growth factor (KGF), transforming growth factor (TGF) and platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF) after the use of devices such as lightfusion™. All of which are naturally high in young skin.
With lightfusion™ we are proud to have opened up a previously expensive, luxury treatment to be available at a price that anyone can afford.