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Phototherapy, meaning ‘Treatment with Light’ is the application of low-level light energy to stimulate or regulate  biological process with proven therapeutic effects. The mechanism of action is a natural response similar to that of plant photosynthesis through a process known as photobiomodulation. 


LED Phototherapy is well evidenced for its regenerative and anti-inflammatory benefits without creating trauma making it safe and suitable for all skin types. The treatment involves exposing the skin to low levels of beneficial light energy from the visible and infrared part of the light spectrum. 


Specific wavelengths interact with biological systems and activate key cell receptors which consequently trigger a transfer of light energy to cellular energy. Skin cells that are energised function better and can renew faster to  promote youthful, healthy and radiant skin. 


With a shift towards non-invasive treatments, LED Phototherapy offers a progressive alternative to more aggressive  procedures which can carry a higher risk of adverse response, discomfort and downtime. LED energy delivered via  spectrally pure wavelengths stimulate the skin’s own repair mechanism, correct problem skin conditions and help to  restore optimum skin function. 


A treatment course offers cumulative benefits and can be targeted to specific skin concerns for the face and body with lasting and visible improvement. 

COURSE RECOMMENDATION:  An intensive course of 12 treatments are generally recommended for all indications at a frequency of 2 sessions per week  for optimum cell activation.

TREATMENT FREQUENCY:  A 24-hour time period between treatments is generally recommended for inflammatory conditions such as acne, redness and sensitive skin, however for general skin rejuvenation, treatments can be taken in daily succession.  


Our skin has the ability to absorb light energy and use it to stimulate or regulate essential cell processes. LED Phototherapy is the application of beneficial wavelengths from the visible and infrared part of the light spectrum which have proven skin enhancing benefits. Skin cells that are energised function better and can renew up to 200% faster accelerating regeneration and repair.

LED Phototherapy is well evidenced for its regenerative and anti-inflammatory benefits without creating trauma making it safe and suitable for all skin types, including:

  • Rejuvenation
  • Complexion
  • Dry Skin
  • Pigmentation: Photo-damage
  • Pigmentation
  • Acne: Mild to Moderate
  • Acne: Moderate to Severe
  • Redness: Vascular
  • Redness: Skin Tone
  • Sensitive Skin
  • Psoriasis
  • Wound Healing
  • Pain


There are some circumstances, medical conditions and medications in which LED may prove to be unsuitable.

Before coming in for LED, here are some questions you may need to consider: 

  • Are you pregnant? LED systems have NOT been tested on pregnant women and therefore the risk to the foetus or pregnant women is unknown. 
  • Are you taking or applying topically any prescription medications? Certain medications can induce photosensitivity and may be contra-indicated for the treatment.
  • Have you started using any new skin care products in the last month? Certain ingredients such as vitamin A are known to increase light sensitivity and skin can go through change as it adapts to new products. 
  • Are you currently taking St John’s Wort or other herbal remedies? Taken in regular high doses, this may increase the risk of a phototoxic reaction.
  • Do you smoke? Do you have an outdoor lifestyle/activities? Do you use sunbeds? Clients who smoke, use sunbeds or have regular sun exposure are advised that additional LED treatments may be required to achieve the optimum result.

Please read through our contraindications to see if LED light therapy is suitable for you.


LED Light Therapy is not recommended for:

  • Epilepsy or Seizures triggered by light: If the client has not experienced a seizure for at least 5 years, seek medical practitioner consent prior to treatment. For all other circumstances, DO NOT treat. 
  • Porphyria
  • Lupus Erythematous
  • Polymorphic Light Eruption
  • Photosensitive Eczema
  • Hypomelanism (Albanism)
  • Active Cancers
  • Photosensitive medications



Pregnancy: medical practitioner consent prior to treatment is required.

  • Eye disease and conditions: These include Glaucoma, Cataracts, Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Laser Eye Surgery. If a client is currently undergoing or has had recent treatment for an eye condition, seek medical practitioner consent prior to treatment.
  • Light induced migraines
  • St Johns Wart
  • Recent introduction of new skin care
  • Cancer in partial remission: Clients in partial remission from cancer should obtain medical consent from their medical practitioner. Clients in full remission are safe to treat.  


Safe to treat:


  • Contact Lenses
  • Cold Sores/Herpes Virus
  • Pacemakers
  • Metal Implants
  • Semi-Permanent Makeup