Based on technology developed by NASA to treat astronauts on long-term space missions Celluma Light Therapy is a safe, non-invasive, FDA-approved therapy for a variety of conditions such as acne and arthritis. Celluma Light Therapy is also effective in relieving pain from sports and other injuries, speeding up recovery time after intense exercise, and as a general anti-aging treatment. It’s also suitable for all skin types.
How Does Celluma Light Therapy Work?
Energy in the form of specific wavelengths of light is applied to the tissue. These deep penetrating wavelengths are soaked up by photoreceptors in the mitochondria (the power generators of the cells). Celluma Light Therapy uses blue, red and near infrared light to stimulate different cellular processes and provide therapeutic benefits in treating a wide range of conditions including acne, joint and muscular pain and damage, and as an anti-aging treatment.
Unlike other acne treatments, Celluma Light Therapy does not use harmful chemicals or dangerous UV rays. Using harmless light frequencies, it destroys the acne causing bacteria, rapidly clearing up your skin and preventing further outbreaks, in addition to stimulating damaged tissue to repair itself. This makes it the ideal therapy for both adolescent and adult onset acne.
With just a few treatments a week, you’ll have noticeably clearer, healthier looking skin in a matter of weeks.
Whether you are suffering from pain from sports or another injury, arthritis or stiffness, Celluma Light Therapy can help. Our body has the ability to repair tissue damage at a cellular level, but this requires energy. During treatment, energy in the form of light is provided directly to the mitochondria. This leads to more adenosine triphosphate (ATP) being produced. ATP is the fuel that cells run on, and by increasing its production, Celluma Light Therapy stimulates the natural healing processes of the body, decreasing inflammation and pain and increasing microcirculation and tissue growth.
If you would like to benefit from treatment, contact us today to discuss how we can help. As the length and frequency of sessions depend on the condition being treated, our specialists will listen to your needs and develop a treatment plan especially for you.
Celluma Light Therapy is not suitable for:
Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding
Infants and children
People with epilepsy or who are taking photosensitive drugs
People receiving cortisone or other steroid injections
If you are not sure if the treatment is suitable for you, please consult your physician before proceeding.