Numerous scientific studies prove the repairing, vitalizing and rejuvenating power of LED (Light Emitting Diode) photomodulation: this is known as Dynamic Phototherapy (DTP®).
LEDs trigger biochemical reactions within the cells that activate the production of collagen in the skin tissue. This production of collagen is essential to the structure of the skin.
The use of LEDs in aesthetic medicine began in 2004 and is derived from other light therapy techniques that have existed for almost 50 years. This technique therefore benefits from a good hindsight allowing to exclude the discovery of long-term side effects.
LEDs, thanks to their different wavelengths, determining different colors, can be used in the following indications and situations: