A new craze among the Hollywood-set, LED light therapy is actually based on scientific research by NASA. After they discovered that the body required gravity to regenerate and superficial injuries were not healing on astronauts when they were in space, NASA needed to find a solution. So they began research, eventually discovering that certain frequencies of LED light trigger cells in the body to regenerate at five times their usual speed.
Although it took a while for this discovery to reach facial format, the bight, UV-free LED lights significantly increase new tissue growth, stimulate collagen production and reduce fine lines and wrinkles, as well as treating a multitude of skin complaints from Rosacea and acne to sun spots and scarring.
Each 20 minute facial also continues to correct and heal problematic skin for up to 48 hours post-treatment, as well giving customers a much needed boost of vitamin D and serotonin. The treatment works best is used daily for a prolonged series of treatments. After which, customers would only need a top up every three to six months to encourage the cells to continue regenerating.
The non-invasive treatment, LED light therapy is quickly becoming the buzzword in skincare technology, with The Well bringing the treatment to the forefront of their services. The Light Lounge has three LED lamps available by Dermalux, the leading brand in LED phototherapy technology and offers each visitor a bespoke consultation and treatment depending on their skin type.
The Light Lounge is open from Monday 6th February and is offering customers limited edition packages of 30 days of unlimited facials for £300 (usual price £1000), which includes a free tumerica latte every time you visit as well as £20 special offer trial price (usual price £40).