Improve Skin Treatment Results With Lightwave LED Therapy

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Published: 17th July 2009
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If you're going to invest time, money and energy in skin rejuvenation treatments like microdermabrasion, chemical peels and Botox or fillers, why not give yourself every opportunity to ensure their success? LIGHTWAVE LED Therapy can help you do just that through a unique combination of Blue Light Therapy, Red Light Therapy and Infrared Light Therapy.

As effective as it is for exfoliating the top layer of the skin, microdermabrasion can cause painful, embarrassing swelling and redness. Yet this mild injury caused by the roughened surface of the wand is the key to the process, as this is what leads to the cellular turnover your skin needs. Removing the top layer of the skin not only enables moisturizing creams and lotions to penetrate deeper, but it also helps remove minor visible imperfections on the surface of the skin.

Fortunately, you can experience the benefits of the microdermabrasion process without all the unwanted side effects.

When used before and after a microdermabrasion treatment, LIGHTWAVE LED Therapy helps reduce swelling and redness, as well as the dehydration of the skin normally associated with microdermabrasion. As though that weren't incentive enough to incorporate this natural skin therapy into your microdermabrasion treatments, LIGHTWAVE also aids in the formation of healthy new cells so that skin looks and feels smoother.
Chemical Peels

Another effective way of exfoliating the outer layer of the skin is through chemical peels, especially beneficial to those with facial blemishes, wrinkles and uneven skin tone. But as with microdermabrasion, chemical peels can cause swelling and redness - negative side effects compounded by the multiple chemical peels that are typically recommended as part of this treatment regimen.

Again, LIGHTWAVE LED Therapy can help. Before a chemical peel, LIGHTWAVE boosts cellular energy. Afterward it calms inflamed tissue, reduces redness and stimulates a reparative cellular response to speed up the skin's natural renewal process.
Botox and Fillers

When used to treat facial creases and wrinkles, Botox and fillers can cause bruising and swelling, as well as mild tenderness at the site of injection. Obviously, these are unwanted side effects best minimized as much as possible, and LIGHTWAVE LED Therapy can help.

Using LIGHTWAVE before and after Botox or filler treatments reduces the bruising, swelling and tenderness associated with these injections. Yet LIGHTWAVE does much more than simply mitigate side effects. In fact, when used over a period of time it can actually 1) prolong the benefits of Botox and fillers, 2) reduce the number of necessary injections, 3) create fuller, healthier looking skin.

To learn more about LIGHTWAVE LED Therapy - including Blue Light Therapy, Red Light Therapy and Infrared Light Therapy - contact us today to find a LIGHTWAVE provider near you. They can give you details on LIGHTWAVE used in combination with microdermabrasion, chemical peels, Botox or fillers, and other skin rejuvenation treatments, including laser and IPL's.

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