LED FACE MASK (Technology developed by NASA)
LED (Light Emitting Diode) mask is based on technology developed by NASA research, uses different wavelengths of LED colors to rejuvenate the skin.
The exposure of colors, with their different wavelengths, improves the elasticity and hydration of the skin, while producing firming effects.
It produces a very pleasant and relaxing feeling.
The INALB MEDICAL LED mask offers 7 colors
Depending on the type of light chosen, different treatments are used.
Red: production of collagen and reduction of pores.
Blue: reduces bacterial activity and has a calming effect on irritated or sensitive skin.
Green: nourishes the skin and has a unifying and whitening effect that improves the capacity for regeneration.
Yellow: oxygenates the tissues, breaks down pigments and improves circulation.
Violet: combines the benefits of red and blue light.
Light blue: improves skin metabolism.
White: deep anti-wrinkle and attenuator of expression lines.
How does LED work in aesthetics?
The photons produced by the LED mask penetrate the skin and stimulate the production of ATP adenosine triphosphate (adenosine triphosphate), which is mainly responsible for the production of cellular energy.
The energetic stimulation that the LED light produces on the skin increases the production of collagen in the deep layers of the skin, producing rejuvenating effects.
The Led Inlab Medical mask promotes local blood circulation, treats acne, reduces bacteria and surprisingly accelerates the recovery of the skin after any type of aggression.
Treatment with an LED mask for aesthetics is completely safe and without contraindications or discomfort for most people. It is free from UVA rays or other radiation that may cause harmful effects.
It is advisable to protect the skin with sunscreens after the treatment and not to tan for 24 to 48 hours.
Treatment with LED may be discouraged for safety reasons in children, cancer patients or pregnant women. This is common in preventive policies for any treatment with cosmetic devices.