First things first, how does light therapy work?
- Violet is called the “low level Blue” in studies related to acne light therapy.
- Particularly effective against acne vulgaris.
- Enables the skin to encourage cell growth.
- Treatment of mild to moderate acne secondary to staph, yeast and fungal infections.
- Beneficial in addressing certain superficial, benign vascular lesions.
- Treats warts and other viral skin problems.
- Increase penetration to address problems blue light cannot reach.
- Reduces any inflammatory process.
- sometimes used with red and blue lights which the Prism system facilitates.
- Tones and strengthens muscles under the epidermis.
- Brings tightness back.
- Aids in the anti-aging process.
- Reduces redness, swelling and inflammation such as Rosacea, sunburn and radiation burns.
- Fills in small wrinkles by repairing damaged collagen.
- Increased collagen production takes place in a period of 8-10 weeks of treatment with a 2x per week protocol.
- Brightens aging skin by evening out skin tone and addressing age spots.
- Routine refreshment of treatment is recommended every 3-6 months.