LEDs (Light Emitting Diode) are low intensity monochromatic light sources that act on the skin by PHOTOMODULATION.
The mechanism is biochemical: it is at the core of the cell, in the mitochondrion that the light stimulus is captured by a photosensitive molecule Cytochrome C Oxydase.
From there, a whole cascade of biochemical events, via the production of ATP, will result in the production of collagen, elastin and Hyaluronic acid.
Other effects of LEDs have been demonstrated, corresponding to specific wavelengths, such as the anti-inflammatory effect and toxicity on the bacteria responsible for acne.
Increasingly used in medicine, LED offers a tool of choice in aesthetics, alone or in complement with other techniques of care.
It is suitable for:
- Wrinkles and skin aging,
- Stretch marks,
- Post-operative scars,
- Oily skin with acne tendencies,
- Hair loss.
This is a real revolution in anti-aging care and in many skin problems.