Celluma LED Skin Therapy

What is Celluma?

 Celluma is an FDA approved LED Light therapy that delivers blue, red and near-infrared light energy simultaneously  to treat conditions, ranging from acne, anti-aging, and pain based on NASA research and development. Different light spectrum and wavelength is affecting the body in a different way, some kill bacteria, some reduce inflammation and some waves promote circulation of blood and energy and reduce pain. 

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Celluma LED light skin therapy in Flower Mound

Anti Aging

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 Reduce the appearance of fine lines, changes in skin smoothness, texture and wrinkles with clinically proven Celluma. This FDA approved LED Light Technology is clinically proven to help wrinkles and have anti-aging skin benefits and works synergistically with facials and microdermabrasion. This LED light can be applied to the neck and face at the same time. 

Acne

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 LED light therapy reduces skin inflammation, works on acne safely and effectively with no side effects. Light therapy destroys acne bacteria, reduces blemishes and can prevent further breakouts. Experience clearer, smoother, better-looking skin with Celluma.

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Safe Proven. Effective.


Celluma light therapy works safely and effectively, without abrasive chemicals, harmful UV- rays or side effects, to destroy acne-causing bacteria- not only clearing up existing blemishes but preventing future breakouts before they happen. In just minutes a day, you will be on your way to a clearer smoother, more radiant complexion.

Inspired by light proven by science

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Contraindications for LED Light therapy

Inspired by Light 
proven by Science

 

  • Women who are pregnant should consult their physician before beginning LED light therapy treatments.
  • Clients with Epilepsy should consult their physician before beginning LED light therapy treatments.
  • You must wait five days after Botox or cosmetic fillers.
  • Some Thyroid Conditions.
  • People with a history of skin cancer
  • The use of photo sensitizing medications (steroid injections and cream and certain antibiotics)