Laser Medicine are experts in the application of Low Level Laser for Facial Aesthetics for treatment of the following:
- Eye bags and Eye Rejuvenation
- Non-Surgical Facelifts
- Post-Facial Surgery Recovery
- Scars and Scar Tissue Removal
- Throat Rejuvenation
We combine our unique Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) protocols with traditional acupuncture principles to promote youthful skin and facial aesthetics in the following ways:
- Most importantly we focus on skin rejuvenation by increasing the production of new skin cells and the speed with which they appear at the skin’s surface. Low Level laser | Cold Laser Therapy (used at the right frequency and depth) increases the production of ATP (energy) and collagen at a cellular level. It works like magic on promoting healthy skin with a youthful glow.
- We balance and rejuvenate the lymphatic system to actively engage the body’s natural healing system and help the body work more efficiently – i.e. we help the body to better perform and behave ‘younger’.
- Low Level Laser | Cold Laser Therapy rejuvenates key bodily organs that are fundamental in supporting the skin and the ageing process – the kidneys, spleen, liver, stomach etc.
- Low Level Laser increases the production of collagen naturally within the skin and promotes the removal of dead cells (naturally harnessing the power of white blood cells and their dispersal of dead cells through the body’s waste).
We have developed a powerful formula for Low Level Laser for Facial Aesthetics. The speed and intensity of light we use (Protocols), our intimate knowledge of the optimum points on the skin’s surface for regeneration and stimulation (Technique) and our expertise in balancing and enhancing the body’s internal organs to promote the body’s overall health and vitality, all combine to create a powerful and effective solution for resolving the signs of ageing naturally, and, we believe, beautifully.
Read more about our Cold Laser Facials here.
Clinical Research: Low Level Laser Therapy in Skin
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