On the quest for perfect skin, it seems that age-old treatments and therapies are coming into the light (no pun intended). Meanwhile, holistic skin care aimed at harnessing the skin’s natural healing properties is paramount. As such, a myriad of studies are supporting the power of light therapy to address everything from acne to fine lines and wrinkles, including dull skin.
AuraSpa Healing Center in Beverly Hills offers individuals the benefits of light and energy treatment with a revolutionary, FDA-approved LightSTIM LED bed. With over 18,000 LEDs comprised of various wavelengths, a unique anti-inflammatory therapy delivers tighter skin, muscle and joint pain relief and improves blood circulation. Providing health and aesthetic benefits, the LightSTIM bed also promotes mental well-being and tranquility.
In case you’re wondering, light therapy is nothing new. In fact, it has been used for many decades in a variety of settings. FASHIONISTA explains that NASA used the unique technology in plant growth experiments on board the Space Shuttle in the 1980s. To further explain, LED lights generate positive reactions within the skin, some of which fight bacteria and reduce wrinkles. Depending on the color of light delivered, individuals can expect a different result. For example, blue light therapy is known to kill bacteria, while red stimulates collagen production and amplifies the skin’s healing processes. Given its ability to reduce inflammation, white light is often applied following cosmetic treatments to soothe and calm the skin.
Innovative Therapies for Aesthetics, Anti-Aging, Healing and Wellness
At AuraSpa Healing Center, we place a high value on light therapy for rebuilding collagen levels, improving healing, increasing range of motion and restoring the skin. With unique spectrums of light, the LightSTIM LED bed in an innovative therapy providing numerous benefits in aesthetics, anti-aging, healing and overall wellness.
To learn more about the power of light therapy and the LightSTIM LED bed, call AuraSpa Healing Center today.
Posted on behalf of Dr. Ben Talei