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If you’re looking to target multiple skincare concerns, then look no further than the PDT Light Therapy Device, your all-in-one solution for anti-ageing. It can dramatically rejuvenate your skin with no downtime, no discomfort, and no high-price tag of repeated salon visits.
What is PDT Light Therapy?
PDT stands for Photodynamic Therapy. The PDT Light Therapy Device is a revolutionary, non-surgical skin renewal beauty tool that turns back the clock on the signs of ageing by using the proven healing power of light.
It’s suitable for skin healing, wrinkle removal, scar reduction, acne treatment and much more, making it an incredibly versatile, must-have tool for any beauty lover.
Using 7 customisable wavelengths of LED light, this device stimulates collagen production, increases elastin, improves skin tone and firms the skin… and all with no side-effects and no downtime.
Different wavelengths of light, designated by colour, have targeted effects on the skin - including anti-aging, wrinkle reduction, acne treatment, scar fading and more.
How does PDT Light Therapy Work?
PDT Light Therapy works similarly to the process of photosynthesis in plants, using light energy to stimulate the body’s regenerative metabolic processes at a cellular level. PDT Light Therapy works to nourish cells and accelerates the production of collagen and elastin, making it an ideal treatment for anti-ageing and skin renewal.
PDT Light Therapy can treat:
- Stretch Marks
- Loose / Drooping Skin
- Acne / Blemishes
What are the benefits of PDT Light Therapy?
The PDT Light Therapy Device combines four modes of operation: LED Light Therapy (LED), Low-Level Light Therapy (LLLT), Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) and Deep Penetrating Light Therapy (DPL) to help nourish and repair the skin from deep within.
Stimulates collagen and elastin
Regular PDT Light Therapy Treatments will result in an improved skin tone, cleared blemishes, smoother skin texture and reduction of pore size. PDT Light Therapy works to regenerate the skin by activating fibroblast cells that increase the production of collagen and elastin.
PDT Light Therapy helps to repair skin that has been damaged or compromised, such as sun-damaged skin and scarred skin. It helps to enhance moisture within the skin, which promotes overall skin health and allows the skin to better heal itself from within.
Brightening & glowing effects
PDT Light Therapy reduces the appearance of redness and irritation. The LED light stimulates a ‘glowing’ appearance from within the skin that makes the skin appear brighter, tighter and firmer.
PDT Light Therapy increases circulation, reducing hyperpigmentation and allowing the skin to faster heal itself and turnover new cells. It also provides an anti-ageing effect by minimising the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, crows feet, worry lines and smile lines.
With 7 wavelengths of light and 287 LED bulbs, you can target a range of skin concerns.
Red LED Light (640nm/1-6mm) // Rejuvenates the complexion and reduces wrinkles
Use this laser focus to target cells beneath the skin’s surface, stimulating them to produce new collagen to reduce wrinkles and fight acne-causing bacteria.
Yellow LED Light (583nm/1-2mm) // Lessens redness and calms the skin
Highly effective in treating redness, spider veins and with its gentle wavelength of 583nm, it’s perfect for sensitive and irritated skin.
Green LED Light (532nm/0.5-2mm) // Deeply repairs and brightens the skin
Targets the melanocytes (cells that produce melanin that contributes to hyperpigmentation), giving a brightening effect to the skin. Over time, spots and unevenness fades away.
Blue-Ray LED Light (423nm/1mm) // Balances oil secretion and mattifies the skin
The ultimate acne fighter, calming the sebaceous glands to limit the excess production of oil and kill bacteria.
Purple LED Light (400nm) // Repairs acne and heals blemishes
Stimulates collagen and elastin production whilst it kills acne-causing bacteria, resulting in a fresh looking ‘glow’ to the skin.
Blue & Green LED Light (490nm) // Calms the skin and soothes inflammation
This calms the skin, settles irritation and restores the skin to an overall smooth, firm and youthful tone.
White LED Light (Laser Light - 510nm) // Lessens hyperpigmentation and reduces fine lines
Targets fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, sun spots and hyperpigmentation, giving a brightening, lifting and toning effect.
The unique colour wavelengths of light can also be combined with each other to amplify your treatment results to your specific needs.
How to use the PDT Light Therapy Device
It’s simple and easy to use the PDT Light Therapy Device. Individual treatment can take anywhere from just 15-30 minutes.
Step 1: Cleanse your skin to remove all traces of makeup and lotions from the skin.
Step 2: Set the PDT Light Therapy Device to your preferred wavelength, using the instruction manual provided.
Step 3: Put on the protective eye goggles.
Step 4: Lay down flat on your back in a comfortable position.
Step 5: Position the PDT Light Therapy Device over your face so that it covers your entire face and relax for the duration of your selected treatment (between 15-30 minutes).
- Voltage: AC100-240V
- Technology: PDT, LED
- Power: 100-220V 50Hz
- Input: DC 12V 2A
- Colour: 7 wavelengths of light colours
- Usage time: 5-60 minutes
- Weight: 2105g
- Size: 315mm*230mm*475mm
- 1 x PDT Light Therapy Device
- 1 x Adapter
- 1 x User Manual
- BONUS: 1x pair of protective eye goggles
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