Dermalux LED Light Therapy
Multi-Award winning Dermalux® LED Phototherapy at Pamela Moss Skin Health is one of the most effective anti-ageing and acne facial treatments in Hampshire.
It is the leading, non-invasive treatment that harnesses the power of natural light for visibly radiant, rejuvenated and refined skin. Beautiful skin is achievable for everybody with Dermalux®. One treatment instantly energises skin cells to revitalise a dull and tired complexion. A course of treatment offers long lasting visible results, stimulating the skin’s natural rejuvenation and repair processes to speed up cell renewal, resolve problem skin conditions and promote vibrant healthy-looking skin.
Dermalux® LED Phototherapy
Dermalux® delivers skin specific treatments using combinations of clinically proven Blue, Red and Near Infrared wavelengths to boost collagen and elastin production, improve circulation, reduce redness and irritation and blitz blemish causing bacteria.
Utilising the latest generation LED technology, Dermalux® ensures a safe and targeted delivery of light at the optimum intensity for maximum skin enhancing results.
Dermalux® is heat free, chemical free and does not harm the skin. It has an excellent safety profile and is beneficial for all skin types without downtime.
What does Dermalux™ Tri-Wave LED Light therapy Treat?
Environmentally Damaged Skin
Acne and Problem Skin
Rosacea and Redness
Eczema, Psoriasis and Dermatitis
Wound Healing and Scarring
Single treatment - £50
Course of 6 treatments - £250
Course of 10 treatments - £400
No down time.
Skin may look slightly flushed immediately after treatment but this is transient and very temporary.
from 30 minutes as a single facial treatment which includes cleanse, gentle skin peel and hydration
This treatment is not painful and anaesthetic is not needed.
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