What can I expect from the use of an LED Photo-Rejuvenation device?

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Previously I stated that the light from photo rejuvenation devices has an invigorating and stimulating effect on our tissue cells causing them to speed up their metabolism. This speeding up leads to the cells doing what they do better and faster, like they did when you were younger. So, you’re asking yourself what does that really mean?

Well, during your LED photo facial or LED photo-rejuvenation session, collagen and elastin are being produced, which in the case of skin cells, translates into more youthful looking skin!

You will see a smoothing of the skin, a reduction of fine lines and wrinkles, areas of hyperpigmentation returning to normal and conversely, areas of hypopigmentation taking on the pigmentation of the surrounding skin. Also, the overall texture of the exposed areas smooths and glows. The tone or taughtness of the skin and the underlying structures improves. Many photorejuvenation device users report stubborn blemishes begin to clear up and recurrent blemish issues begin to diminish. However, please keep in mind that not everyone gets the above results, many have a combination or one in particular. Unfortunately, the “magic bullet” that gets rave results for everyone all the time has yet to be invented.

Another effect that I find interesting is that many LED photo-rejuvenation users have reported feeling mildly uplifted during and after their photorejuvenation sessions, in others words they are in a better mood! This effect lends credence to Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD being aided by the use of or exposure to bright light.

When using a photo rejuvenation machine stimulation of the cells is always occurring, how the stimulation manifests in you is always as individual as you are.

A native of Vancouver, Canada, Dr. Stanley Stanbridge is a graduate of the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic. He has always been actively seeking out new and innovative technologies related to the field of alternative healthcare. Dr. Stanbridge began investigating the benefits of light therapy in 2003 and went on to co-develop the revolutionary LightStim photo rejuvenation device. For more information please visit http://www.lightstim.com.

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