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Celluma LED Phototherapy

LED phototherapy works by using specific wavelengths of light to provide energy to the skin's cells so that they can do their jobs more efficiently. In clients with skin concerns like rosacea, fine lines and wrinkles, and something else, LED (delivered through our Celluma device) helps to decrease redness, plump the skin, and even out overall texture.  In clients with acne, blue light is used to kill acne bacteria so that skin can heal more quickly.  LED phototherapy is used for a wide-range of concerns outside of skincare, like wound healing, something else, and something esle.

LED Phototherapy (Celluma) Treatments

Celluma Facial


45 minute appointment

At your Celluma facial, enjoy a cleanse, a thirty minute Celluma treatment, serum, moisturizer, and sunscreen. This facial is fantastic if you're wanting to see how Celluma treatments feel or if you've done a series of Celluma treatments and are needing your monthly upkeep treatments.

Celluma Facial Package


12 45-minute appointments

For best results with Celluma, we recommend a series of 12 Celluma facials (see above), taking place once or twice a week for 6-12 weeks. After that, monthly Celluma facials are recommended to maintain results.

Celluma Add-On


30 minute treatment

Add a 30-minute Celluma treatment to your Bespoke Facial or Targeted Treatment. If you'd like this add-on to your facial, please let us know when booking so that we allot appropriate time for it.

Acne Treatment


45 minute appointment

A standard element of all acne treatments is a 30-minute Celluma session under blue light. Blue light phototherapy kills acne bacteria and gives skin cells extra power to heal from acne-related wounds more quickly.

Omnilux Rentals

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3+ Day Rental

Take the benefits of LED Phototherapy home with you by renting our Omnilux devices. Devices work on a charged battery pack, allowing you to multitask during your treatment. Rentals start at 3 days. Face and Chest Devices $25/day, $75/3-day rental. Glove $15/day, $45/3-day rental. All three devices: $35/day, $105/3-day rental.

Learn More about LED Phototherapy

What is light therapy?

Light Emitting Diode (LED) phototherapy is the application of light energy to tissue to obtain therapeutic benefits. The energy is used to improve cellular performance. Phototherapy is known for its healing and anti-inflammatory properties and has a variety of applications across many medical fields.


Research has shown that phototherapy can: increase circulation, accelerate tissue repair, decrease wrinkles, decrease inflammation, improve skin tone and wrinkles, texture and clarity, ease muscle and joint pain, stiffness, spasm and arthritis and kill acne bacteria, and much more.

How does light energy work?

Specific wavelengths of light energy, when properly absorbed, up-regulates compromised cells. The light (photons) energy is absorbed by photo acceptors in the mitochondria and used to create adenosine triphosphate (ATP). The ATP produced then stimulates various metabolic processes which can result in the

repair and regeneration of cell and tissue components.


In an article, "Therapeutic Light" - by Chukuku S. Enwemeka, PT, PhD, FACSM, Enwemeka writes that other reported mechanisms of light-induced beneficial effects include modulation of prostaglandin levels, alteration of somatosensory evoked potential and nerve conduction velocity, and hyperemia of treated tissues.


The resulting clinical benefits include pain relief in conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, bursitis, tendonitis, ankle sprain, and temporomandibular joint dysfunction, shoulder and neck pain, arthritis, and post-herpetic neuralgia, as well as tissue repair in cases of diabetic ulcers, venous ulcers, mouth ulcers, fractures, tendon ruptures, ligament tears, torn cartilage, and nerve injuries.

Learn more

Regulation of Skin Collagen Metabolism In Vitro Using a Pulsed 660 nm LED Light Source: Clinical Correlation with a Single-Blinded Study

Daniel Barolet, Charles J. Roberge, Francois A. Auger, Annie Boucher, and Lucie Germain

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A Controlled Trial to Determine the Efficacy of Red and Near-Infared Light Treatment in Patient Satisfaction, Reduction of Fine Lines, Wrinkles, Skin Roughness, and Intradermal Collagen Density Increase.

Alexander Wunsch and Karsten Matuschka

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A study to determine the efficacy of combination LED light therapy (633 nm and 830 nm) in facial skin rejuvenation.

B.A. Russell, N. Kellett, L. R. Reilly

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Keys to Effective Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT)

Ryan Spitler, PhD

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