Dermalux is a non-invasive treatment that harnesses the rejuvenating benefits of light therapy whilst avoiding the adverse effects associated with sunlight. Using blue, red and near infrared light, this multi-award winning treatment can be used to treat a whole range of common skin concerns including: wrinkles, dull skin, acne and uneven pigmentation.
What we love about Dermalux is that your treatment is totally customisable as the wavelengths can be delivered simultaneously or individually. This allows our medicial aestheticians to create a personal treatment plan which is designed just for you.
This is a very relaxing treatment, lying under the warm light of the Dermalux is not unlike basking in the sun! This treatment is a great one-off skin boost before an event (especially when combined with one of our facials or peels) or Dermalux treatments can be taken as a course to treat a specific skin concern.
Dermalux Skin Treatment is effective for treating:
DISCLAIMER: Everyone is unique. This means that sensitivity periods, treatment plans, treatment results and their longevity will vary from patient to patient. The information on this page is based on the average treatment experience. For more accurate information, you should make a consultation with one of our experts.
|No. of treatments||Usually most patients will be recommended a course of 3 - 6 treatments.|
|Procedure Time||Usually 20 - 30 minutes|
|Sensitivity Period||Usually there is none|
|Back to work||Same day for most patients|
|Full Recovery||Immediate for most patients|
|Duration of results||Results usually last 2 - 3 months|
Dermalux is a non-invasive phototherapy which uses non-thermal light energy to promote skin rejuvenation and repair.
Many people notice that their skin feels significantly better after sitting in the sun. However, as we all know, prolonged exposure to sunlight can have a detrimental impact on our skin’s health. Dermalux avoids the problems associated with sunlight by using carefully selected, proven light wavelengths. These lights can be used individually or simultaneously, making it a very customisable treatment.
Red light penetrates deep into the skin to stimulate fibroblast cells which are important for creating collagen and elastin. These are essential for healthy skin. In addition, red light increases hydration levels, regulates the skin’s oil production and speeds up skin repair.
Blue light is renowned for its antibacterial properties. In particular, blue light is great for treating acne and problem skin as it kills P. acnes bacteria with no irritation. As well as treating current acne, Dermalux’s blue light can help prevent future breakouts.
Near infrared light perfectly complements the red light to provide the best rejuvenation results. It is the most deeply absorbed of the three wave lengths and is notes for its anti-inflammatory effect. This makes it particularly beneficial to those who have rosacea and acne. This wavelength is clinically proven to treat hyper pigmentation.
Is Dermalux phototherapy safe?
Yes, Dermalux is clinically proven to be a safe treatment. Dermalux does not use heat or harmful UV rays so it will not damage your skin.
How long before I see results?
Dermalux usually has immediate visible results and you should see improving results for up to 6 weeks after a course of treatments.
Does it hurt?
This treatment is actually very relaxing and it can increase serotonin levels.
Are there any side effects?
Unlike more invasive procedures, there is no irritation or downtime associated with Dermalux.
Is there any specific aftercare?
No. However, if you use Dermalux in combination with a light amplifier, you will be extra sensitive to sunlight for the next 48 hours. Therefore, it is important that you use high SPF sunscreen (at least SPF 40), avoid exposure to sunlight or bright indoor lights and wear a hat if you go outdoors. It is also recommended that you wear mineral makeup immediately after treatment if you want to wear makeup.
All of the Dermalux treatments at the Light Touch Clinic are carried out by our aestheticians.