Collagen and elastin are structural proteins that give our skin its firmness and elasticity. But how can these proteins be used to achieve natural, fresh-looking skin? The solution is special red light. It penetrates deep into the skin, where it stimulates the skin’s natural regeneration processes, removes hardenings and deposits, and improves stability.
Every day, our skin is exposed to all types of environmental influences that accelerate the signs of aging on our skin as we get older. Our skin changes over time, losing its flexibility and developing wrinkles.
The structural proteins collagen and elastin are part of the problem. Damage to the collagen fibers reduces the skin’s firmness, while changes in the elastin fibers reduce its elasticity.
The light penetrates deeply into the skin to the layers containing collagen and elastin, where it stimulates natural regeneration processes that are also triggered, for example, when the skin is injured. Old skin structures are broken down while hardenings and deposits in the elastin are removed so that the fibers regain their original elasticity. The formation of new, firmer collagen fibers begins.
When applied regularly, red light can improve the look and feel of your skin. Recommended treatment time is between 10 and 20 minutes. In the beginning, the treatment should be applied twice a week, gradually increasing to three applications a week.
The light therapy should take at least 8 to 10 weeks, as the skin needs time to build new and improved structures. Visible improvements have been seen after approximately eight treatment sessions, with the skin appearing smoother, fresher and healthier. It also reduces the bags under the eyes.
In 2010, Dr. Ferenc Godor, a well-known dermatologist in Hungary, conducted a medical observation study for the purpose of skin rejuvenation with collagen fluorescent lamp technology.
Background & Objective: Visible red light is an increasingly popular methodology for the purpose of skin rejuvenation. The objective was to clinically assess subject’s perception to red light therapy and the effect of collagen lamps on the participant’s skin and body.
Method: Eighteen subjects with fine lines or wrinkles in the facial and/or decollete area received 25 to 30 collagen lamp treatments (20 minutes per session, 2 x per week) using LightTech’s collagen fluorescent lamps.
Results: All subjects responded positively to the red light exposure and reported a visible and felt improvement of their skin.
Collagen Lamps Treatment Packages
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Session Prices in Euro, incl. VAT 13.5%