LED therapy: the origins of this soft aesthetic technique

Phototherapy, a soft aesthetic technique, has been developed quite recently. Its roots have been immersed in the laser lights used for more than 50 years. It is therefore a method that combines modern innovation with the guarantee of a widely proven use.

Phototherapy, a look back at the history of a soft aesthetic method

Born in 2004, phototherapy does not seem that old. This is without counting on its much older origins anchored in infrared light and soft lasers. You therefore have, at your disposal, a gentle method dedicated to the aesthetics of the body and face without any side effects or pain that can be practiced at home or in the institute.

The technical side of LED phototherapy

LED phototherapy entered the world of medicine and aesthetics in 2004. Small revolution compared to other pulsed lights, infrared and lasers, it does not heat up. Its diode projects a cold light that nevertheless provides anti-inflammatory care, calms burns or helps healing and product penetration. Its secret lies in the combination of the colours of the lamp and its pulsed light, which act on the cells like an agitator causing chain reactions in the body to secrete dermal repair hormones.

Its success will come in soft aesthetic techniques only later, when a medical report on its anti-aging properties is published. Since then, LED infrared phototherapy has become one of the most popular methods of rejuvenation because of its non-invasive and painless nature. With its results, the small lamp attacks other areas of aesthetics such as body remodeling, baldness, acne and cell hydration.

Phototherapy at home, a gentle method of taking care of yourself at home

For more than 50 years, medicine has used light to treat people. As early as the 1980s, the non-thermal infrared laser was a valuable aid to healing. It was therefore only natural that in 2004, when LEDs first appeared in the world of medicine, this pulsed light technique was considered to have no side effects from the outset.

It is therefore a totally harmless, but terribly effective method that is practiced in institutes or at home. Very easy to use, just take more or less long “baths” with the right colour to obtain the desired effect. It is also possible to perform a treatment with two combined colours in order to obtain the desired result. The combinations are multiple by combining the colors of the LED.

Dynamic phototherapy led, distinguish between sister therapies

Luminotherapy, photomodulation or infrared phototherapy by led…. similar terms to designate soft aesthetic techniques. Do they have the same objective? How do they differ? The answers are in our file.

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