You have a multitude of options when it comes to treating skin problems. You have micro-needling, microinfusion therapy, wrinkle relaxers, and a lot more options. Then you have light therapies, like Celluma, that also help treat skin issues.
How does Celluma light therapy treat various skin problems? What concerns does it help treat? What does Celluma have that other skin light therapy devices don’t?
Let’s look at why Celluma LED light therapy is the best light therapy treatment for you.
What is Celluma Light Treatment?
Celluma is a brand of skin light therapy devices. Harnessing the power of light to treat various skin concerns is not new technology. The technology of light-producing devices is pretty common in the cosmetics world today.
How Does Light Therapy Work?
The cells in the body have various responses to different wavelengths of light. Celluma light treatment uses that natural bodily function to manipulate the skin and induce specific reactions.
For example, infrared light (wavelengths longer than what the human eye can perceive) stimulates higher collagen and elastin production in the skin. Collagen and elastin give the skin structure, firmness, and elasticity. Celluma light therapy directing infrared light towards specific skin parts reverses the signs of aging, such as fine lines or wrinkles.
Another example is the red light that Celluma uses. Red light significantly reduces symptoms of hyperpigmentation and sun damage. It also triggers the skin to look radiant and glowing. It increases blood circulation (therefore delivering more nutrients to the skin) and encourages cellular turnover and growth.
Celluma’s blue light, on the other hand, targets harmful bacteria responsible for most acne breakouts.
Acne forms as dead skin cells remain on the skin and trap certain bacteria. Celluma’s blue light kills the bacteria and promotes the shedding of dead skin cells. It results in smoother and healthier skin that looks younger. The treatment also decreases the inflammation caused by an acne breakout.
When is Celluma Light Therapy Helpful?
Aside from treating fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and acne
, Celluma light treatment is helpful against many other skin problems. The processes that the different wavelengths of light induce in the skin don’t treat just one specific issue. Here are other skin conditions that Celluma light treatment can help you with:
- Mild scarring
- Sun damage
- Textured skin
- Reduces inflammation
- Diminishes stiffness
- Relieves pain associated with arthritis
- Alleviates muscle pain
Why is Celluma Light Treatment Better than Other Light Treatments?
I vehemently suggest Celluma light treatment over any other light treatment. Celluma is better than most light therapy devices available in the market. Here are the reasons why:
Celluma Light Treatment has a Unique Feature
One thing I love about Celluma is that it is flexible! I can mold it so it can target specific areas of the skin with greater efficacy. This simple feature alone lets Celluma direct its light to cells on a microscopic level; no other light energy device in the market can do that.
Celluma’s flexibility allows me to confirm the device to the contours of the treatment site. The skin cells absorb more light energy from the device, making Celluma the most effective light treatment device.
Celluma Light Treatment is Safe
Celluma light therapy is clinically proven to be both effective and safe. And it is FDA approved. You have no worries when your light energy device is Celluma.
The device causes no damage whatsoever. No harsh chemicals, harmful UV rays or radiation, and no side effects are involved. It is non-invasive and non-abrasive.
It is Extremely Effective
Celluma light treatment does not just treat existing conditions – it even prevents acne before it breaks out. That’s how effective the therapy is.
How Often Should I Have this Treatment?
The suggested initial round of treatments consists of four to eight sessions with a few days’ intervals in between. Then, you have to have the treatment every four to six weeks for maintenance once you get your desired results.
The treatment sessions are spaced so closely together because light therapy requires consistency and repetition to influence the skin cells. The more you have the treatment in a short period, the faster your skin cells respond to the light wavelengths.
The frequency and number of sessions you may need depend on factors such as your age and skin condition. Younger individuals tend to get their desired results faster than older patients. And if your skin condition is severe, you may need more therapy sessions to obtain the results you want.
How Long Do the Results Last?
As I already mentioned above, you will get your desired results during the initial round of therapy sessions. After that, you will need maintenance sessions every four to six weeks because the effects typically last for that long.
This puts Celluma light therapy on the same level as other skin treatments (like chemical peels) in terms of how long their effects last.
Can I Combine Celluma Light Therapy with Other Skin Treatments?
Yes, you can combine Celluma with other skin treatments. In fact, you can achieve your beauty goals faster if you employ other skin treatments while having Celluma light therapy.
There are issues that Celluma can’t treat, as good as the device is. It can’t treat skin dryness or uneven skin textures. Celluma light therapy works best with exfoliating treatments.
Do I Qualify for this Treatment?
YES, YOU DO! Anyone who is not satisfied with the state of their skin will benefit from Celluma light therapy. The treatment works for anyone.
No matter who you are and what your skin type is, the treatment will work for you. There are no side effects and no allergic reactions.
Where Can I Get This Treatment?
Your best option lies with a professional who can guide you in your journey towards younger, healthier, and smoother skin. A professional
can advise you on how many sessions you need and how often you should have them. Julija Dimante
is the professional that will help you with your Celluma light treatments.