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Light Therapy (LED)

Phototherapy uses specific light frequencies to influence the body. 

Red Ibis

Light Spectrum 640nm

Red Light Therapy 

Red light strengthens the mitochondria, the part of the cell that creates energy. By doing so, this procedure increases energy levels in the cell.

Fluffy White Clouds

Light Spectrum 415nm

Blue Light Therapy

It is postulated that blue light is useful in treating inflammatory acne, as the blue light affects  reactive free radicals that exert bactericidal effects on P. acnes. (ie. kills the bacteria often associated with acne.) 

Light therapy requires frequent 30 minute sessions. We advise 2-3 times per week for 4-8 weeks to see improvements. 

We offer light therapy to help with

Our therapy machines are ideal for joints such as knees, ankles, elbows, wrist and hands. They are also ideal for the face. 

Photobiomodulation Therapy
Integrative Approach

At times it is useful to try one treatment at a time, while at other times, different healing modalities can be complimentary to each other. 

Traditional Chinese Medicine treatments (acupuncture/ herbal formula's) will aim to treat the skin by increasing overall health according to imbalances identified in the consult. If you are looking for comprehensive support, consider booking in for a consult for acupuncture or herbal medicine as well as for light therapy. We also have 'Eastern Beauty Facials' that stimulate the skin of the face more intensively.

Learn more about acupuncture for skin issues here

Single session    $35   (30 mins)

3 in a week        $90   (3 x 30 mins)

Add on               $15                

* Add on to an acupuncture or massage treatment on the same day


Additional Research 

Phototherapy with Light Emitting Diodes

Treating a Broad Range of Medical and Aesthetic Conditions in Dermatology

Red Light Therapy Benefits


Blue Light Therapy


Light‐emitting diodes in dermatology:

A systematic review of randomized controlled trial

Light-based therapies in acne treatment

Indian Dermatology Online Journal

A Systematic Review of Light Emitting Diode (LED)

Phototherapy for Treatment of Psoriasis: An Emerging Therapeutic Modality

Phototherapy in Psoriasis:

A Review of Mechanisms of Action

Noninvasive red and near-infrared wavelength-induced photobiomodulation: promoting impaired cutaneous wound healing link

Effects of low-power light therapy on wound healing: LASER x LED

Low-level Light Therapy for Treatment of Diabetic Foot Ulcer:

A Review of Clinical Experiences

Light emitting diode-red light for reduction of post-surgical scarring:

Results from a dose-ranging, split-face, randomized controlled trial

Mechanisms and applications of the anti-inflammatory effects of photobiomodulation

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