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A MUST-READ FROM ONE OF OUR CELLUMA LED CLIENTS!
Thank you to Christine for sharing your transformation story. Results without harsh chemicals or harmful medications. "By the time someone gave me Tammy's name, I was at the end of my rope. I figured I would try one last thing before I threw in the towel and went back to the dermatologist for Accutane (nothing else they'd ever put me on had given me lasting results, but I was desperate). I'd already wasted months and way too much money on a slew of products meant to improve my acne + dry skin combo to no avail. Tammy actually took the time to ask me questions about my skin, helped me test out several different moisturizers and face washes to address the issues I was having, and step-by-step helped me understand what she was doing, why she was doing it, and what to expect during the process for each new treatment. We started out with Celluma LED therapy a few times a week, moved on to acne peels after a few months of the LED treatments, and then once my skin was clear Tammy did a few microdermabrasion sessions to help with the lingering scars. My face is unrecognizable. I feel confident leaving the house again without makeup, find myself wanting to be in photos again, and am not constantly thinking about my skin when I'm out in public. I really committed to what Tammy told me to do, and I can't thank her enough for the results. She's a skin wizard."

 

Face Sculpting Treatment

This facial treatment lifts tones and tightens the skins natural ability to rebuild the texture of aging skin. Due to the loss of elasticity in the skin as we age our skin naturally begins to loose the tonicity and elasticity of a younger skin. This unique treatment will re-educate your facial muscles and the firming results will accumulate as more sessions are added. Deeper lines are plumped up and out and eyes are lifted for a brighter appearance.

60 min - $150


LED & Diamond Microdermabrasion 

One of the most popular cosmetic skin care treatments available is Diamond Microdermabrasion (crystal free) removes layers of skin by polishing it with natural diamond wand with Celluma Light Therapy builds and rejuvenates tired dull sallow skin and brings back the youthful glow of younger looking skin. Cell turnover rate is generated at a much faster pace thus enhancing the skins ability to shed old dead skin and promote a healthy complexion the natural way. Helps smooth fine lines and wrinkles. Improves sun damage, age spots, acne scars and minimizes large pores. This treatment is painless and very relaxing, unlike most Microdermabrasion treatments. *

60 min - $145


Blue Light Acne Clearing

 One of the best facial treatments for teen acne or adult acne. This acne treatment combines the basic acne facial with LED Blue and Red Light Therapy. Blue LED is the most common sought-after alternative solution for treating  post-acne scarring and improve post-acne texture during the treatment.  Plus, blue light technology helps to reduce inflammation and bacteria, fighting future breakouts.

Extractions are optional and will be guided by the client’s age and preferences


60 min - $95


LED stands for light-emitting diode. These lights have been in use since the 1960s, but people have only recently begun to use them as a skin treatment.

However, since then, LEDs have shown promising results in wound healing and human tissue growth.

Different wavelengths of light in LED lights, including blue and red, penetrate the skin at different depths. This penetration may trigger biological processes that help the skin rejuvenate and heal.

Blue light

 blue LED light reduces activity in the sebaceous glands, which are small oil-producing glands in the skin. This reduction in activity causes the glands to produce less oil, possibly improving acne symptoms.

Blue light may also kill a type of bacteria that contributes to acne by causing inflammation.

 blue light can improve minor burns.


Red light

Red LED light may improve scarring and signs of aging, such as wrinkles. It may do this by acting on fibroblasts, which are skin cells that are responsible for collagen production.

Collagen is a protein in the skin and other connective tissues. It plays a role in skin healing. The body produces less collagen as a person ages, which causes the skin to show signs of aging.

Red light also reduces skin inflammation.

LED light therapy can help treat a variety of skin problems, including:

  • acne
  • dermatitis
  • dull skin
  • eczema
  • psoriasis
  • rosacea
  • scarring
  • signs of aging, including wrinkles and age spots
  • sun damage
  • wound healing
  • Celluma LED Light Therapy is an effective treatment for musculoskeletal conditions such as ease muscle and joint pain, stiffness, spasm and arthritis.
  • other inflammatory skin conditions

Contraindications / FAQS

LED Therapy is extremely safe for most people, but may be contraindicated for those who have a history of epilepsy, severe migraines or those taking photosensitive medications. LED can be a standalone service or added to any skin care treatment

- Women who are pregnant should consult their physician before beginning LED light therapy treatments.

- You must wait five days after Botox or cosmetic fillers.


Cautions with medications because of light sensitivity

Chlorpromazine (Anti-psychotic), also know as Thorazine, Chlorpromazine HcL, Sonazine. You can be treated if the medication has not been taken within the last eight days.

Griseofulvin (Anti-Fungal), also known as Grifulvin V, Fulvicin P/G, Gris-Peg. You can be treated if the medication has not been taken within the last five days.

Isotretinoin (Anti-Acne), also know as Accutane. You can be treated if the medication has not been taken within the last six months.

Tetracycline’s (antibiotic) also known as Helidac, Terra-Cortril, Terramycin, Sumycin, Tetracycline HcL, Bristacycline, Achromycin V, Actisite, Tetrex, Doxycycline, Ciprofloxacin. You can be treated if the medication has not been taken within the last five days.

Tretinoin (Anti-Acne), also known as Retin-A, Renova, Atralin, among others. You can be treated if Tretinoin is used only at night.

Methotrexate (Anti-Arthritis & Anti-Cancer), also known as Methotrexate Sodium, PF & LPF, Mexate-AQ, Folex, Trexall. You can be treated if the medicine has not been taken within the last three days.

Amiodarone (Anti-Arrythmic), also known as Amiodarone Codarone x, Pacerone.Treatment can be administered only with your physician’s written permission

Any herbal supplements such as St. John's

- Treatment must be withheld if a client is currently taking Auranofin, knowns as Ridaura (anti-arthritis)Anyone with medically diagnosed eye disease should check with his or her ophthalmologist first before using light therapy. Also any individuals with Multiple Sclerosis are taking in too much light, inhibiting the ability of cells to function normally. Consult your physician if you use photosensitive drugs, are pregnant, have MS, are diagnosed with eye disease or have any concerns about using photo therapy.


FAQs

Why do I need to remove my make-up?

Many make-up formulas contain minerals that may deflect the light. Clean, freshly washed skin is recommended for best results.

Are there any special preparations required before using LED light therapy?

The LED light panel should be in close proximity with the skin which should be free of clothing, make-up, or anything else which may deflect the light away from the skin.

How long does a LED light therapy session last?

15 - 30 minutes.

Does LED light therapy utilize UV light?

No, LED light therapy devices utilize a combination of blue, red, and infrared (not visible to the naked eye) light emitting diodes (LEDs) only.

Does LED light therapy hurt?

No, LED light therapy is non-invasive, and is painless when used as intended.

Are there any harmful side effects to LED light therapy?

LED light technology generates negligible amounts of heat, is clinically proven to be safe, and has achieved non-significant risk status for human trials by the FDA.

So how did NASA come to be involved?

LED (Light Emitting Diodes) is not new. Red, infra-red and blue lights are already popular in the world of skin care. What is new is how this device delivers the light. Developed by NASA in response to their concern of the slow healing of astronauts who get injured in space, Celluma is FDA-approved. In scientific terms, “NASA’s LED device stimulates the basic energy processes in the mitochondria (the energy-producing compartments) of each cell, particularly when near-infrared light is used to activate color-sensitive chemicals (chromospheres, cytochrome systems) inside the cell.

How does LED work?

Based on scientific research pioneered by NASA, Celluma triggers a cascade of metabolic processes which restores compromised cellular function, creating a path to revitalized, wrinkle-free and blemish-free skin.


Pre & Post LED Treatment 

PRE LED TREATMENT

DON'T go to a tanning bed two weeks prior to treatment. This practice should be discontinued due to the increased risk of skin cancer and signs of aging.

DON'T have another treatment unless recommended.

DON'T wax, tweeze or use depilatory creams for 7 days prior.

AVOID extended sun exposure especially in the 10 days prior to treatment.

DELAY use of Tretinoin, Retin-A, Renova, Differin, Tazorac, Avage, EpiDuo, Ziana and high-percentage AHA and BHA products for approximately seven days prior to treatment. Consult your Physician before temporarily discontinuing use of any prescription medications.

DO use of Sage Spa daily care products 10 to 14 days prior to your treatment program. This will prepare the skin and allow for better treatment results and reduce the risk of complications.


POST TREATMENT

DON'T put the treated area directly into a hot shower spray.

DON'T use hot tubs, steam rooms or saunas.

DON'T go swimming.

DON'T participate in activities that would cause excessive perspiration.

DON'T use loofahs or other means of mechanical exfoliation.

DON'T direct hair dryer onto the treated area.

DON'T apply ice or ice water to the treated area.

DON'T go to a tanning bed for at least two weeks post-procedure.

DON'T have electrolysis, facial waxing or use depilatories for approximately seven days.

DON'T have another treatment until your esthetician advises you to do so.

DELAY approximately 15 minutes before applying foundation so the pH of the skin can stabilize. Treatments may cause slight redness, tightness, peeling, flaking or temporary dryness. Most patients find it unnecessary to apply makeup, as the skin will be smooth, dewy and radiant following treatment.

DELAY the application of over-the-counter medications or alpha hydroxy acid products for seven days after the procedure, as this may cause irritation.

DELAY the use of tretinoin, Retin-A, Differin, Renova, Tazorac, Avage, EpiDuo or Ziana five days after the procedure. Consult your physician before temporarily discontinuing use of any prescription medications.

AVOID direct sun exposure and excessive heat. Use the broad spectrum UV protection.

DO stay cool! Heating internally can cause hyper-pigmentation.

DO expect residual redness for approximately one to 12 hours post-procedure.

DO apply Re Balance for normal to oily skin types or Silkcoat Balm for drier skin types if the skin feels tight. For maximum hydration, you can apply Hydrating Serum first.

- Women who are pregnant should consult their physician before beginning LED light therapy treatments.

- You must wait five days after Botox or cosmetic fillers.

- Porphyria, lupus erythematosis, photosensitive eczema, hypomelanism (albinism), skin cancer, eye disease or retinal abnormalities.

- Treatment must be withheld if a client is currently taking Auranofin, knows as Ridaura (anti-arthritis).

- Anyone with medically diagnosed eye disease should check with his or her ophthalmologist first before using light therapy. Research by bio-physicist, Fritz Popp, suggests that individuals with Multiple Sclerosis are taking in too much light, inhibiting the ability of cells to function normally. Consult your physician if you use photosensitive drugs, are pregnant, have MS, are diagnosed with eye disease or have any concerns about using phototherapy.

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