Importance of Anti-Aging Skin Care, Led Natural

We turned the big 3-0 two weeks ago, and if you’ve been following our site Blog and Services, you might be aware that we are obsessed with anti-aging. Thirty is a bit of a milestone and you feel like now you are officially an adult. People almost embarrassed to say that they were not really looking forward to turning 30 even though anyone is fully aware that it is a very young age.

We all know that aging is a part of life. Although we can’t control getting older, we can control our lifestyle and how we take care of our skin. A balanced, active lifestyle, nutritious diet, consistent proper skin care regimen and positive outlook on life will all contribute to a good complexion.

Beauty comes with every age - especially when a person’s spirit is sincere and kind. Kindness is true beauty. If I cultivate positive inner qualities as well as take care of my outer appearance as best I can, beauty - both inside and out - is inevitable.

LED Light Therapy in Organic Spa Worthington Ohio

LED light therapy for skin is an untouched reservoir of rejuvenation that has the potential to reduce the signs of aging and can be a wonderful addition to a daily self-care routine. Here’s why.

With an area of about 20 square feet, the skin is the largest and heaviest organ in the body. Although it’s pretty tough, the skin is also fragile and prone to damage. Premature aging, acne, psoriasis, eczema, rosacea, vitiligo, scleroderma, and slow-healing wounds are some of the skin conditions that may affect you during your lifetime.

In some cases, lifestyle changes such as staying out of the sun, eating more leafy greens, and cutting out smoking and drinking can dramatically improve the health of your skin. However, in other cases, lifestyle changes may not be enough to reverse damage or prevent further damage.

If you want to give your skin a boost, don’t look for a topical solution or tool. Instead, seek ways to boost skin health from the inside by using specialized LED lights. Through what is known as light therapy, normal healthy cell functioning is supported and certain biological processes are stimulated to support healthy skin.

If you’re concerned that LED light therapy may be hazardous, rest assured that it is not; it’s gentle and free from side effects. In fact, the right kind of LED light can have far-reaching benefits for your entire body.

What Is Light Therapy?

LED therapy is the process of using a device fitted with light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to shine specific wavelengths of light onto bare skin. This treatment is painless, non-invasive, natural, and has no side effects.

This makes LED light therapies popular with anyone looking to reduce fine lines, wrinkles and to rejuvenate their skin.

You may use an LED panel positioned so you can comfortably sit or lie down to get maximum exposure to the light. Or, you may use LED wands that are moved over the skin, LED face masks, or wraps that remain tightly in place over the treatment area.

The skin is highly reactive to light. And it’s a good thing that light affects the skin because the skin is an early warning system for problems that may be lurking under the surface. Hormonal imbalances, for example, can quickly manifest on the surface. 

You can quickly see and feel the difference in your skin in response to stressors like too much sun, too much alcohol, or too much emotional stress. Fortunately, you can also see rapid responses to beneficial light

One of the key ways that LED light therapy benefits your body – from the inside out – is by reversing what’s called mitochondrial dysfunction. Mitochondria, the tiny energy-producing organelles inside cells, cannot convert raw materials into cellular fuel efficiently or effectively when this condition occurs. This fuel is in the form of a molecule known as adenosine triphosphate (ATP).

A healthy body produces plenty of ATP) within each cell. ATP is a key element in cellular regeneration and the ability of cells to perform their specialized functions. But various factors can negatively impact the body’s ability to produce this crucial organic compound.

The ability (or inability) of your skin cells to perform optimally can be caused by emotional stress, environmental toxins, lifestyle habits, chronic inflammation that leads to oxidative stress, or malfunctioning in other bodily systems.

LED light therapy stimulates the body’s production of ATP, while also igniting your body’s synthesis of collagen and elastin, which are proteins that govern overall skin health and contribute to youthful skin.

LED light therapy also reduces chronic inflammation, supports normal cell growth, and stimulates the production of new blood and lymph vessels for improved circulation to the skin. 

Combined, these processes enhance normal cell growth and regeneration. The more effectively and efficiently the skin cells repair themselves, the faster you will experience healing from various skin conditions.

And it’s in this realm of health that LED light therapy may provide the answer to healing not only the visible symptoms but also the underlying cause of poor skin tone or chronic conditions.

In short, LED light therapy has a powerful stimulating effect on cellular metabolism, which causes a positive ripple effect of biological processes that enhance skin health.


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How Does Light Therapy Work?

Natural light from the sun appears as a warm white color, but it is composed of all the colors in the spectrum; when viewing these colors collectively, our eyes see white. Various wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation, which we perceive as different colors of light, have different effects on the human body.

As light penetrates the outer layers of the skin (the epidermis), it reacts with light-sensitive chromophores in the cells. This reaction sparks different biological effects depending on how deeply the wavelengths absorb into the body. 

Red light, for instance, penetrates 8 to 10 millimeters (about 1/3”) into the skin. At that depth, it can positively affect blood vessels, nerves, lymph pathways, and fibroblasts, meaning cells that are responsible for the production of collagen and elastin.

Types of Light and What Each Wavelength Does

Color therapy has been used successfully for centuries. The basis behind it is that each wavelength has a specific frequency. We only see a small fraction of this light, roughly between 380 and 780 nanometers (nm), and that’s what we refer to as visible light.

Light therapy has been used since the 1950s to treat various psychological and physical conditions. In the decades since then, scientists have made huge advances in understanding the unique effects of each color in the spectrum of visible and invisible light.

White Light

Because white light is a combination of colors, it is considered a full-spectrum color, or light. White LED light therapy uses bright-white full-spectrum light, a common therapy for seasonal affective disorder (SAD), emotional eating, jet lag, addictions, and even some cancers. 


Ultraviolet (Invisible) Light

Ultraviolet wavelengths (around 390nm) have been used to treat skin conditions, alleviate inflammation, increase cell regeneration, and balance and calm the skin. However, too much exposure has been proven to cause skin damage and can potentially cause skin cancer.

Blue Light

Blue wavelengths measure around 415nm. Blue LED light has antibacterial properties, and it is particularly effective against acne-causing bacteria, which makes it a popular acne treatment. Blue light has been used to treat emotional disorders such as depression and addiction. 

Blue light does have a downside, however. Its wavelengths are extremely short, too short to penetrate the skin, which significantly limits the usefulness of blue light in treating most skin disorders beyond acne. 

The main challenge with blue light is that it has been shown to accelerate skin aging and contribute to the eye disorder known as macular degeneration. This discovery is fairly recent, having been revealed as scientists have studied the effects of blue light exposure from computers, phones, tablets, and other electronics.

Green Light

Green wavelengths measure around 525nm. Although very few studies have been done on green light, it has shown potential for treating migraine headaches, as well as for reducing redness and irritation of the skin.

Yellow (Amber)

Yellow wavelengths measure approximately 550nm. Amber light is used to heal eczema, sunburn, psoriasis, rosacea, and to reduce redness. It penetrates deeper into the skin than blue wavelengths, but because of its shallow penetration depth, amber light’s usefulness in skincare is limited.

In the next section, we’ll explore the two wavelengths that fall into what’s known as the “therapeutic window” of wavelengths that have extraordinary benefits, and no side effects: red and near-infrared (NIR) light.

What Color Is Best for Your Skin?  

Red light therapy is a term that commonly encompasses both red and NIR wavelengths. It is the most popular and most widely studied form of light treatment due to its broad range of effects.


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