Dermalux LED

Aesthetic Technology Ltd have been at the forefront of medical device technologies since 2012 and continues to be the world-leading and trusted brand for professional LED Phototherapy. Dermalux has a portfolio of 4 LED devices, a global install base of over 10,000 clients and a network of international partners covering more than 40 countries across the world.

What is LED Phototherapy?

Light Emitting Diode (LED) Phototherapy is a non-invasive treatment that targets specific non-thermal light to energise cells which triggers a cascade of bio-stimulatory responses. It is scientifically proven for a wide range of indications including skin rejuvenation, acne, and pigmentation to wound healing, psoriasis, and pain relief.

LED Phototherapy provides a non-invasive treatment aimed at specific non-thermal light. LED Light Therapy energizes cells, causing a cascade of bio-stimulating responses, scientifically proven for a wide range of indications including skin rejuvenation, acne and pigmentation for wound healing, psoriasis, and pain relief.

Well evidenced for its regenerative and healing benefits, Phototherapy does not transfer heat or create trauma making it particularly effective to treat problematic and inflammatory conditions. With one of the highest safety profiles, it is a pain-free treatment without downtime and suitable for all skin types. 

LED Phototherapy is now recognised as an essential skin care treatment due to its versatility and role in the foundation of skin optimisation and good skin health.

Phototherapy, meaning ‘Treatment with Light’ is based on the principle that all living cells have evolved to absorb and be influenced by light. Light is a powerful energy and when applied correctly, has a significant impact on how we look, feel, and perform.

The mechanism of action is a natural response similar to that of photosynthesis through a process known as photobiomodulation.

The human body has an amazing capacity to heal itself and light plays a crucial role.

The treatment involves exposing the skin to specific wavelengths or nanometres (nm) from the visible (colour) and infrared (invisible) parts of the light spectrum. Wavelength selection is crucial to the success of the LED treatment as it determines how effectively the light is absorbed. It is so much more than colour choice.