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LED diode light treatment

RejuvaLight™ Diode Light Therapy (DLT) is an anti-ageing, rejuvenating and healing treatment which harness the naturally positive effects of both red and blue light to replenish and repair skin cells.

The unit consists of hundreds of tiny individual red and blue light emitting diodes (LEDs) within a compact delivery system that are shone directly onto the face or body to tone and plump the skin, kill bacteria and promote cellular renewal.

Red Light & Skin Rejuvenation

The red light wavelengths (630nm) produced by RejuvaLight stimulate the skins natural process to counteract the effects of ageing. The deeply penetrating red light improves cellular energy and microvascular circulation, encouraging collagen and elastin production to improve elasticity and diminished fine lines and wrinkles thereby generally improving skin tone and texture.

After a course of treatments skin looks noticeably smoother and healthier. By specifically targeting the cellular mechanisms responsible for tissue repair and regeneration, Rejuvalight’s red light wavelengths provide a safe, natural and painless method of skin rejuvenation, leveraging the body’s biological response to light energy. Rejuvalight red light therapy has many benefits including:

  • Accelerated wound healing
  • Smoothing of fine lines & wrinkles
  • Reduces acne scarring and heals blemishes
  • Helps sun damaged skin
  • Improves irregular pigmentation
  • General improvement in skin tone & texture
  • Valuable as a combination therapy with laser and IPL treatments in addition to stand alone facial rejuvenation treatment.

The treatment is effective on the face and hands.

 Blue Light & Acne Therapy

Blue light wavelengths (450nm) penetrate the skin and destroy bacterial cells in sweat pores and glands. This surface cleansing assists the skin to recover from the acne infection.

A course of treatment is recommended.


What do I do now?

Call The Brookdale Clinic on 01565 651832 and book your initial consultation. You can ask questions, gain reassurance and then start treatment.