Dermalux are five-time award winners of "Best Treatment" at the Aesthetic Awards and their LED devices are gold-standard in the industry. The Dermalux Flex MD is a medically CE certified device used to treat a wide variety of skin concerns such as:
Acne & breakouts
Ageing skin & skin rejuvenation
Redness & sensitivity
Rosacea, eczema, psoriasis
Dullness & dehydration
The process is completely painless with no downtime and no irritation that can sometimes come alongside more clinical treatments that provide similar results.
Dermalux can benefit absolutely everyone, but there are some contraindications that can mean that LED is not suitable for you including epilepsy/seizures, porphyria, autoimmune conditions, photosensitive eczema, albanism, active cancers and certain antibiotics or medications that cause photo/light sensitivity (e.g Lymecycline)
How does it work?
Our skin has the ability to absorb light energy and use it to stimulate or regulate essential cell processes. LED Light Therapy is the application of beneficial wavelengths from the visible and infrared part of the light spectrum which have proven skin enhancing benefits. Skin cells that are energised function better and can renew up to 200% faster accelerating regeneration and repair.
What are the benefits?
Dermalux uses unique combinations of clinically proven Blue, Red and Near Infrared wavelengths to boost collagen production, increase hydration, calm redness and irritation and blitz blemish causing bacteria. As the light triggers a whole cascade of skin enhancing processes, the benefits continue even after the treatment has finished.
When will I see results and how many treatments will I need?
You will see immediate results from one treatment however for best results it's recommended to have multiple sessions in quick succession (check out my package option below for more info)
Treatment sessions required will vary depending on a a few factors such as age, lifestyle factors, severity etc however the average is between 8-12 treatments when working on specific skin concerns.