LED Light Therapy | Injex Clinics
Shop 1A, 8-16 Redland Bay Rd, Capalaba, Qld, 4157

LED Light Therapy

Harness the power of light with LED light therapy

Using an LED machine we can gently target skin conditions with absolutely no downtime.  Use as often as you want, or when needed.

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What is LED Light Therapy

LED Light Therapy is the process of using light technology to cause certain cell reactions.  It sounds strange to a lot of people, but think of a UV Tanning bed, they use light to cause a cell reaction that stimulates the production of melanin which is what gives skin that golden brown colour.  LED works in much the same way, except without harmful UV rays.

How does LED Light Therapy work?

Blue light works to reduce acne causing bacteria, clear skin and reduce congestion

Red light increases blood circulation and lymphatic flow, encouraging the renewal and revitalisation of ageing skin.  It’s great for healing as well, post surgery or tattooing or even for general redness.

Green light targets skin tone correction and detoxifies the skin to reduce redness and irritation

Yellow light boosts the skins collagen production capacity, resulting in rejuvenated and younger looking skin


Does it hurt?

No, LED light therapy does not hurt at all, it’s actually a very relaxing treatment and a lot of people fall asleep.

Is there any down time?

There is no downtime with LED, it’s a very quick and easy treatment taking just 20 minutes

How many sessions do I need?

It depends on what you’re trying to target.  LED is a great treatment to have to maintain healthy glowing skin

How much does LED cost?

1 session $49
6 sessions $120

It’s simply the secret to skin that looks and feels radiant. Call 07 5668 1665 or TXT 0437 372 764 to book a consultation today!

6 Responses

    1. Kate Taylor

      Hey Courtney! We do single sessions for $49, or packs of 6 for $120 (so $20 each) however, we also do free consultations if you’d like to come in and get some recommendations 🙂 x

    1. Kate Taylor

      Hi there! LED could be an option, but definitely not the best option. I’d probably recommend laser, either carbon or pigmentation. We do complimentary consultations so feel free to book one of those in so we can take a look and advise you from there 🙂

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