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LED Light Therapy

LED light therapy, also called LED Photobiomodulation or LLLT (Low level laser therapy) is a revolutionary treatment which was first used by NASA in the 90's to grow plants in space. The LED lamps were ten times brighter than the sun and were used to accelerate the cellular production of the plants and the photosynthesis process.


As time went on, Photobiomodulation was tested on human skin and it was proven that light can stimulate the production of skin cells as well. This discovery led to the beginning of therapeutic LEDs treatments intended to combat skin damage, acne, rosacea, psoriasis, age spots, wrinkles, skin cancer and other skin problems.


This technology became more prominent in the early 2000s and today, spas all over the world begin using LED light therapy due to its extreme effectiveness and unprecedented results!

LED light therapy, also called LED Photobiomodulation or LLLT (Low level laser therapy) is a revolutionary treatment which was first used by NASA in the 90's to grow plants in space. The LED lamps were ten times brighter than the sun and were used to accelerate the cellular production of the plants and the photosynthesis process.

As time went on, Photobiomodulation was tested on human skin and it was proven that light can stimulate the production of skin cells as well. This discovery led to the beginning of therapeutic LEDs treatments intended to combat skin damage, acne, rosacea, psoriasis, age spots, wrinkles, skin cancer and other skin problems.


This technology became more prominent in the early 2000s and today, spas all over the world begin using LED light therapy due to its extreme effectiveness and unprecedented results!

When beauty and science come together.

How it works?

The light emitting diode therapy (LED) comes in various wavelengths which are meant to treat different types of dermatology problems.


LED Photobiomodulation uses energetic light in the form of photons. When the skin is exposed to light, these photons penetrate the skin and transfer their energy into a form the body can use called ATP. 


Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is our body’s fuel for energy; the more energy we have, the more our body can use that energy to perform its functions effectively – such as rejuvenation and repair processes. 


By stimulating the internal functions of the skin from the outside, visible long-term results can be achieved. Since light therapy stimulates the regenerative abilities of the body it is thus a completely natural & harmless treatment.

Before
After

LED Therapy helps with:

  • Breakouts, Acne

  • Fine Lines and Wrinkles

  • Rosacea

  • Dark Spots

  • Hyper-pigmentation

  • Rashes, Eczema

  • Oily And Dry Skin

  • ...and more


What are the benefits of each light?

RED LIGHT (630 NM)

  • Reduces wrinkles & fine lines

  • Improves texture and elasticity

  • Treats spider veins, scar tissue

  • Boosts collagen & elastin production

  • Eliminates demotex mites

BLUE LIGHT (470NM)

  • Anti-bacterial

  • Eliminates propionibacterium acne

  • Shrinks pores

  • Calms sensitive skin, redness

  • Regulates sebum production

GREEN LIGHT (590NM)

  • Hyper-pigmentation treatment

  • Removes age spots

  • Improves complexion

  • Balances oily skin

  • Regulates production of melanin

YELLOW LIGHT (520NM)

  • Soothes sunburns & rashes

  • Skin detoxification

  • Treats redness from Rosacea

  • Erases dark circles

PURPLE LIGHT (600NM)

  • Treats eczema

  • Reduces acne scars

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Skin cells rejuvenation

CYAN LIGHT (500NM)

  • Reduces irritation, itching

  • Soothing effects

  • Psoriasis treatment

  • Reduces swollen capillaries

WHITE LIGHT (830NM)

  • Oxygenates skin

  • Accelerates tissue metabolism

  • Wound healing, skin repair

  • Boosts skin health

How to use Genève Mask


STEP 1)

Clean and dry your face

STEP 2)

Put on your Genève LED Mask

STEP 3)

Turn it on and relax for 15-30 minutes

STEP 4)

Follow your usual skincare routine

The results.

Since light therapy is a treatment soft on the skin, it requires patience. We recommend a 20 minutes session every other day for about 1 month to see all the effects.


That being said, first changes are often visible within days – sometimes, you can even see a difference immediately after your very first treatment. Visible results begin to show in as little as 1 week (3-4 sessions). Depending on your individual skin condition, age and number of sessions, you may need 3 to 8 weeks in order to see optimal effects. 


Day after day, you can see the results of the treatment, your wrinkles diminish, your acne decreases, your face regains its glow and softness.


Official Studies & Publications

LED Light Therapy has been subject to various clinical studies, medical research as well as independent testings. Here is just a handful of publications conducted on the topic of Light Therapy and its benefits on the skin:


Daniel Barolet, MD. Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs) in Dermatology. 2008; Semin Cutan Med Surg 27:227-238


Daniel N. Sauder MD, FAAD, FACP, FRCPC. Light‐emitting diodes: their role in skin rejuvenation. International Journal of Dermatology. Dec 2009


Shin-ichiro Takezaki, Tokuya Omi, Shigeru Sato, Seiji Kawana. Light-emitting Diode Phototherapy at 630 ± 3 nm Increases Local Levels of Skin-homing T-cells in Human Subjects. Journal of Nippon Medical School. 2006 Volume 73 Issue 2 Pages 75-81


Alster TS, Wanitphakdeedecha R. Improvement of postfractional laser erythema with light-emitting diode photomodulation. Dermatol Surg. 2009 May;35(5):813-5. doi: 10.1111/j.1524-4725.2009.01137.x. Epub 2009 Apr 6.


Robert A. Weiss MD, David H. McDaniel MD, Roy G. Geronemus MD, A. WEISS MARGARET MD, L. BEASLEY KAREN MD, Girish M. Munavalli MD, Supriya G. Bellew MD. Clinical Experience with Light‐Emitting Diode (LED) Photomodulation. Dermatologic Surgery. March 2006


Nancy T. Sacono MDS Carlos A.S. Costa PhD Vanderlei S. Bagnato PhD Fabio C.B. Abreu‐e‐Lima PhD. Light‐emitting diode therapy in chemotherapy‐induced mucositis. Lesers Surg. Med. 40:625–633, 2008.


B.A. Russell, N. Kellett, L. R. Reilly. A study to determine the efficacy of combination LED light therapy (633 nm and 830 nm) in facial skin rejuvenation. Jan 2006


Harry T. Whelan, Robert L. SmitsJr., Ellen V. Buchman, Noel T. Whelan, Scott G. Turner, David A. Margolis, Vita Cevenini, Helen Stinson, Ron Ignatius, Todd Martin, Joan Cwiklinski, Alan F. Philippi, William R. Graf, Brian Hodgson, Lisa Gould, Mary Kane, Gina Chen, and James Caviness. Effect of NASA Light-Emitting Diode Irradiation on Wound Healing. Journal of Clinical Laser Medicine & SurgeryVol. 19, No. 6. 2004 July.


Opel DR, Hagstrom E, Pace AK, Sisto K, Hirano-Ali SA, Desai S, Swan J. Light-emitting Diodes: A Brief Review and Clinical Experience. J Clin Aesthet Dermatol. 2015 Jun;8(6):36-44