Dermalux LED Therapy

Dermalux LED Therapy


Dermalux has been voted UK Treatment of The Year for five consecutive years at the Aesthetic Awards. It combines clinically proven wavelengths of light with the breakthrough proprietary LED technology to deliver safe and effective results for a wide range of skin concerns without discomfort or downtime.


Featured in Vogue magazine, the times, good house keeping and Harpers Bazaar.  This medically CE certified and FDA approved,  LED device provides unrivalled clinically proven results for a wide range of indications and combination applications.


LED light therapy uses light energy at different wavelengths to make improvement in skin health.


Red light (633 nm) to rejuvenate the skin – more collagen, better hydration, and less inflammation.


Blue Light (415 nm) to denature bacteria that provoke acne.


Near infrared light (830 nm) to reduce inflammation at a deep level and promote a sense of relaxation and stimulate bone renewal.

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Dermalux LED Facial Therapy

Frequently Asked Questions

Light-emitting diode (LED) light therapy has recently gained traction in the healthcare arena. 


LED light therapy is mainly focused on skincare, promoting anti-aging effects and reducing inflammation. The benefits include an increase in the amount of collagen in the skin, which can reduce the appearance of wrinkles and other stigmata of aging. Other uses of LED light therapy include acne, dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, scarring, and sun damage.

LED light therapy is commonly used for its anti-ageing and inflammation-reducing benefits to revitalise skin.  LED light therapy helps to promote collagen production, which can improve wrinkles and other signs of skin ageing.

Dermalux LED facial treatment can help with a number of issues and can be combined with other treatments in clinic including chemical peels and injectables.


  • skin rejuvenation
  • improve sun damage
  • acne (medically CE Certified)
  • redness and rosacea
  • Eczema, psoriasis (medically CE Certified) and dermatitis
  • scarring and healing of wounds (medically CE Certified)
  • clear bruising 


Multiple treatments may be required to achieve the desired outcome and results may continue to improve up to 4 to 6 weeks after a course has finished.


Blue LED light with a wavelength 415 nm targets and treats acne lesions. This blue light reduces activity in the skin’s oil glands, resulting in less oil that can plug the hair follicles, leading to acne. Blue LED light may also kill acne-causing bacteria known as Cutibacterium acnes.


Red LED light of wavelength 633 nm targets inflammation and redness. This rejuvenating light helps improve collagen and hydration and speeds up recovery of the skin.



LED Phototherapy does not use heat or chemicals and the light does not contain harmful UV wavelengths and so cannot damage skin cells.


Dermalux provides one of the safest ways to treat all skin types and conditions without risk of irritation, unwanted side effects or downtime.

Absolutely! If you’re looking for a painless way to reduce redness and increase the overall texture and condition of your skin, Dermalux can be an excellent treatment.


Did you know that LED phototherapy was originally developed by NASA? It offers some fantastic benefits, including:


  • Faster cell renewal – up to 200% faster
  • Stimulation of collagen-producing fibroblasts
  • Reduction of the enzymes that break down collagen.


With little or no recovery time, Dermalux LED therapy is worthwhile. For best results a course of treatment is reccomended. 

Dermalux LED light therapy is suitable for all skin types. It is medically CE certified to be used to treat acne, aid wound healing, and improve psoriasis and pain.


Light therapy can address some cosmetic concerns by improving the appearance of pigmentation and redness, naturally rejuvenating the skin. The Dermalux LED therapy can also be integrated with other treatments to enhance and accelerate results.


There are some patients for whom LED is unsuitable such as anyone with migraines, eye conditions, or taking certain types of antibiotics.

LED phototherapy is thought to be safe for the eyes in physically healthy, unmedicated persons.


However I take the health of your eyes seriously and eye protection is used during LED phototherapy.

A course of LED treatments is recommended depending in your skin condition and needs.  In most cases around six weekly or fortnightly treatments is required.


Improvements in your skin may be visible after just a few sessions, but its important to note LED light therapy is cumulative — meaning that each treatment builds upon the previous one to provide greater improvement in skin health and appearance.

There are many at home LED therapy masks on the market. The results from an at home treatment might not be as effective. The main concern about home-based devices is that the light source they use may not reach the correct wavelength to be effective and get results. Not all LED therapy devices deliver the same results. 


Receiving your LED light therapy from a professional can ensure that you’re treating your skin with the most effective and advanced technology on the market. I can help you target those skin concerns and problem areas, to help you achieve your skin goals quickly and easily. 



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