LED Photon Therapy Work Principle
Photon Therapy (PDT) Principle
LED light uses a specific wavelength of light to release different types of energy, called photons. Unlike laser, it is a glowing diode that can be used to kill bacteria that cause spots. It can also treat several aspects of skin aging, improve fine lines, mottled pigmentation, tactile roughness and jaundice, and also promote collagen production and increase.
Introduction Of Different Light:
Blue light: Blue light has a rapid inhibitory effect on inflammation, effectively destroying bacteria, minimizing acne, inflammation and healing in a short time.
Red light: whitening, rejuvenating and anti-wrinkle, repair damaged skin, smooth fine lines, shrink pores and increase collagen.
Green light: Neutralization, balance and safety protection, relieve stress and effectively clear lymph and edema
Cyan light(blue-green): Promotes metabolism
White light: deeply penetrates the skin, accelerates the metabolism , stimulates cells, improves the appearance of fine lines and sagging skin.
Yellow light: Add energy to skin cells, promote gland function, assist digestion, treat skin diseases, and enhance immune function.
Purple light: It is a red and blue two-color light, it is a combination of two phototherapy effects, especially in the treatment of acne and pock marks have a special good effect and repair effect.
White-mix light: deeply penetrates the skin, accelerates the metabolism , stimulates cells, improves the appearance of fine lines and sagging skin.
Before & After
1. Is the Light safe?
The treatment is painless, non-invasive and completely safe for all skin types. We recommend first testing the mask for 5 minutes in less obvious areas to test for light sensitivity. If this is not the case, you can use a mask on your face.
2. Do I need to wear goggles?
The light does not harm the eyes, but the illumination of the glare can cause discomfort to the eyes. It is recommended to close your eyes or bring goggles during treatment.
3. Will the mask hurt or burn the skin?
It will not burn or hurt your skin.
4. What is the nanometer and frequency of light?
Red light (630 nm.) Blue light (415 nm.) Green light (505-555 nm) Yellow light (590 nm.) Orange light (590 nm.) Purple light (600 nm.) Cyan light (470 nm.).