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Celluma LED Light Therapy

NASA healing & skin support

Light emitting diode (LED) therapy, also known as phototherapy or low-level light therapy, is the application of specific wavelengths of light energy to tissue to obtain therapeutic benefits for a variety of conditions including skin, pain and hair restoration.

The absorbed energy is then used to improve cellular performance. Light therapy can be delivered through light emitting diode (LEDs) devices or cold LASERs, and has a variety of applications across many medical fields. This clinically validated technique is gaining greater and greater acceptance in main stream medicine by dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons as a non-invasive therapeutic modality for the treatment and healing of skin and wound conditions and by pain professionals for pain relief.



From £30


15 - 30 minutes


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Not required


When it comes to using LED light therapy, whether it’s blue light therapy for acne, red light therapy for wrinkles and anti-aging issues, or near-infrared light therapy for pain, it’s best to develop an appropriate and doable routine. It’s a bit like going to the gym, if you join but don’t go, then you will not experience any of the many benefits of a gym membership.

Just like working out and exercising, the benefits of LED light therapy are cumulative. So, for best results expect to use your Celluma LED device at least two to three times a week, and even more if you wish. Use Celluma for up to 30 minutes per area for faster, better and longer lasting results.


Low-level-light therapy is based on light emitting diode (LED) technology developed for NASA-manned space flight experiments. In comparison to lasers, the patented LED technology generates negligible amounts of heat and is not considered a significant risk device.


What to Expect

Celluma should be in close proximity to the area being treated. Skin should also be free of clothing, makeup, or anything else that may deflect light away from the skin so your skin will be clean and the mask will lie close to your face; the lights will be bright and comfortably war. you can wear goggles if you wish and really its time to relax.

Am I Suitable

If you are on any medications or have any conditions that prohibits the use of light therapy then be sure to check with your GP prior to use. I can guide you about this too.

Common Side Effects

LED light therapy treatments are non-invasive, painless, require no recovery time, and can be used safely on all skin types. LED devices are considered extremely low risk when used as intended.

Aftercare & Treatment FAQ's

There is no specific aftercare following LED treatment.

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