Red LED Light Therapy

What is LED Light Therapy, and how does it work?

LED (Light-Emitting Diode) Therapy is a skincare treatment that uses varying wavelengths of light to treat various skin issues.

NASA originally developed it for plant growth experiments, and they later discovered that it was also useful for treating skin wounds.

The U.S. Navy SEALs began using it in the 1990s to heal wounds quickly and stimulate muscle tissue regeneration.

Today, it is widely used in aesthetic clinics to treat many other kinds of skin issues. Typically, either red or blue light frequencies are used — depending on the skin concern.

Red light is used for anti-aging, while blue is used for acne treatment.

We recommend Red LED Light Therapy if you have:
  • Age spots
  • Sun damage
  • Uneven skin tone & texture
  • Fine lines (e.g., wrinkles)

Red LED light frequencies permeate your skin’s deep layers to stimulate your cells to produce collagen and elastin, which are skin-reparing proteins. They also contain anti-inflammatory properties that repair damage from prolonged exposure to environmental pollutants such as dirt and UV rays.

Red LED light is sometimes used in combination with Blue LED light to reduce acne-related inflammation and minimize scarring.

With a few sessions, your skin will become clearer, smoother, and brighter.

Revel in that healthy glow again!

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Frequently Asked Questions

LED light therapy typically needs 8-10 short sessions spread out over time to avoid traumatizing the skin and to get substantial and enduring results. 

Each session lasts about 20 minutes, and you need to space out your sessions to be about 1 week apart.

For specific treatment recommendations, you can book a free consultation* so our doctors can conduct an in-depth assessment of your condition and concerns.  

You might feel warm sensations on your skin, almost like a very mild sunburn. That’s about it!

Each session lasts about 20 minutes. Think of it as the duration of a coffee break! 

Yes. This procedure has gone through rigorous testing, and it is deemed safe. The American Academy of Dermatology supports the treatment, and it has been widely used all over the world. 


Short-term side effects are rare, and if they occur, they may include:


  • Inflammation
  • Rashes
  • Redness
  • Tenderness

Note: Our specialists will conduct an assessment of your skin before recommending treatment for you. If you belong to any of the following categories, we do not recommend light therapy for you. You may want to consider other forms of treatment.


  • Retinal (eye) issues 
  • Cancer patients/survivors
  • Facial rashes
  • Anyone doing treatments or medications that make your skin sensitive to light (e.g., Roaccutane)