What are LED Light Therapy Treatments?

Innovative Aesthetics offers LED Light Therapy Treatments in Denver, CO. LED is a painless, relaxing skin-care treatment that plumps up aging skin by boosting collagen production, and treats acne by killing P Acne bacteria. LED stands for light-emitting-diodes. First developed by NASA, LED works by sending energy-producing packets of light into the deeper layers of the skin.


LED light therapy treatments offer a powerful, yet gentle means for obtaining more beautiful skin. It gives you the opportunity to treat an array of skin concerns without chemicals, drugs, or invasive measures. The skin responds quickly and very positively to the different colors in the spectrum

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LED light therapy treatments benefit tired, aging skin: it helps with the softening of lines, folds, wrinkles, healthier circulation, increased moisture, radiance, accelerated skin repair, improved elasticity, improved skin texture, as well as naturally stimulating the collagen process.


Age spots, freckles, uneven pigmentation due to sun exposure, are all examples of hyperpigmentation. Most cases of skin hyperpigmentation even out over time from the use of LED light therapy treatments.

Acne and blemishes:

LED light therapy treatments can assist in the repair of acne and blemishes because it stimulates the skin’s natural healing process, and help to kill P Acne bacteria.


The number of LED Light Therapy treatments needed varies by skin type and condition. Some people see visible results almost immediately, however, noticeable changes are usually achieved in 8-10 treatments for all. The results are cumulative.

Is it safe?

Not only is LED effective, but it also has the added benefit of being painless and relaxing, with no recovery time required. LED can also be done on all skin types, regardless of ethnicity. It remains cool and comfortable for the client because it uses spectral light instead of heat to activate the skin’s own biochemical healing processes.

LED Light Therapy can be used singularly or as an add-on to another service.

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