Our world renowned LightStim LED, loved by celebrities worldwide that utilises 3 wavelengths to provide a multitude of skin rejuvenation treatments to the face and neck. Aiding in wrinkle reduction, fading fine lines, sun damage and age spots, reducing inflammation whilst providing skin toning and tightening. Light Therapy can be followed by all in-clinic medical skin procedures, complete wound healing, anti-inflammatory, improving blood circulation and total skin rejuvenation. 

Who is the treatment suitable for?

LightStim's patented LED Light Therapy is the most effective, clinically-proven technology for achieving healthy and youthful skin. It is soothing, painless, and can be used on all skin types to diminish fine lines and wrinkles whilst calming redness and irritation. 

How does LightStim LED work?

LightStim LED light therapy delivers light energy to skin in a similar way to plants absorbing light energy from the sun. LightStim emits UV-free, beneficial light rays that energise cells and stimulate the body's natural process to build new proteins and regenerate cells. This helps to increase collagen and elastin production, reduce inflammation, speed healing, increase circulation, and destroy acne bacteria. Bringing balance and harmony to your skin completely non-invasively.

Is LED painful?

Not at all. LED is very relaxing to lay under. No pain or discomfort is associated with the treatment.

Is there any downtime after the treatment?

No. Your skin may be flushed pinkish red for 10 minutes after the treatment generally this subsides by the time you have left the clinic.

When will I notice results?

Instantly your skin will look and feel brighter however for best results a course of treatments is generally prescribed to you in your initial skin consultation depending on your current skin health condition and what we are treating.

How far apart can I have treatments?

We recommend a course of treatments 3 days apart for best results. The LED is a very popular treatment to add on post Medical Peels, DermaSweep, Micro Needling and Lasers. Your skin specialist will determine this in your initial skin consultation.