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Phototherapy is an umbrella term that refers to a number of light based treatments using different technologies for a wide variety of skin conditions. (Key word being “light” — this is not a laser treatment.) LED stands for “light emitting diode.” A diode is an electrical component with two terminals which conduct the electricity only in one direction. With an electrical current, the diode emits a bright light around the small bulb.
LED has came to the forefront from being used in Spas to daily skincare routines. LED has advanced from a single wavelength to now quadrupled the number of wavelengths that can be delivered at one time. Dr. Dennis Gross has the latest technology that can deliver red, deep red, and infrared light simultaneously to the lower levels of skin, sparkling collagen production while reducing inflammation, speed healing, and increase circulation.
In addition to patting on your regular weekly mask, why not try a time-saving beauty gadget that can be used to stave off wrinkles in just 3 minutes a day?
Dr. Dennis Gross SpectraLite EyeCare Pro showcases a full spectrum of 72 LEDs of therapeutic light, bringing professional light therapy to your home in a next-generation, universal-fit model. Hands-free, and easy to wear watching TV or sitting back and relaxing. Dr. Gross transfers the power of his in-office LED treatments into the latest FDA CLEARED light therapy eye device for at-home use. Proven to build collagen and reduce fine lines and wrinkles, this targeted treatment smooths and firms the eye area for long term benefits.
After a week of using the device morning and night, firming and an overall brightening effect was noticed. Imagine the results in a month? You can purchase this innovative device from Sephora Brick-And-Mortar or DDG official website.