Illuminating Esthetics

Most everyone knows that Red light therapy can activate fibroblasts, increasing collagen and elastin production to effectively treat fine lines and wrinkles. But did you know that "photobiostimulation" or LED therapy is based on NASA research, and has been proven to reduce inflammation, kill bacteria, and increase micro-circulation from the surface of the skin to 25mm below? Relaxing and versatile, LED therapy can be used as a stand-alone, or as an adjunctive treatment, with most spa menu services to enhance outcomes and generate additional revenue. During this webinar, you will gain an understanding of the science and technology related to LED devices and how to incorporate them into your facial, body or massage treatments. We will discuss the myths often associated with LED technology, as well as protocols and pricing for your specific needs. You will leave with marketing tips and have an action plan for integrating light therapy into your practice.

Check out the webinar about the science and technology related to LED devices.

Featured Speakers

Patrick Johnson C.E.O. BioPhotas, Inc
Brenda Smith L.E. LAc. M.T. 

 

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LOW-LEVEL LIGHT THERAPY

You may have heard of the terms biophotonic or low-level light therapy. Both terms synonymously are used to describe the delivery of light energy to treat a variety of medical conditions. So what is low-level light therapy? It’s the application of specific wavelengths of light energy to tissue to obtain therapeutic benefits. The energy delivered is then used to improve cellular performance. Low-level light therapy can be delivered through light emitting diode (LED) devices or cold lasers, and has a variety of applications across many medical fields. The treatment is non-invasive, painless, requires no recovery time, and can be used on all skin types.

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