LED Light

therapy

average Length

8 1/2 minutes

Recommended
Frequency

2 to 4 times per week

Deep muscle recovery and stimulate collagen production.

Down-regulated skin hyper pigmentation and migraine attacks.

Reduce bacteria caused blemishes and improve appearance of the skin.

At Sculptology, we have the only bed in the market that has 3 types of light: Red, Green, and Pink (Red/Blue). Our bed uses three targeted wavelengths of light to power up cells within your body. Each wavelength has its own benefits which include reducing inflammation, athletic recovery, and anti-aging.

Service Overview

What is it?
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Photobiomodulation, or Light Therapy, is a non-invasive therapy that uses specific wavelengths of light to stimulate cellular function, promoting natural healing and regeneration within the body. This therapeutic technique harnesses the power of light to enhance various physiological processes at a cellular level.

What does it do?
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Within your cells, the mitochondria—often termed the cell's "powerhouses"—absorb this light, resulting in increased energy production. This mechanism is thought to facilitate cellular repair and enhance overall cell health, thereby fostering healing in both skin and muscle tissue.

What else?
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The light stimulates cellular activity and ATP production to help cells in various tissues perform more optimally. The result includes a reduction of oxidative stress, improved circulation, reduced pain, and increased production of collagen and other proteins that aid in tissue repair.

What is it?
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Photobiomodulation, or Light Therapy, is a non-invasive therapy that uses specific wavelengths of light to stimulate cellular function, promoting natural healing and regeneration within the body. This therapeutic technique harnesses the power of light to enhance various physiological processes at a cellular level.

What does it do?
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Within your cells, the mitochondria—often termed the cell's "powerhouses"—absorb this light, resulting in increased energy production. This mechanism is thought to facilitate cellular repair and enhance overall cell health, thereby fostering healing in both skin and muscle tissue.

What else?
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The light stimulates cellular activity and ATP production to help cells in various tissues perform more optimally. The result includes a reduction of oxidative stress, improved circulation, reduced pain, and increased production of collagen and other proteins that aid in tissue repair.
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Why we love it

Benefits

Light therapy stimulates mitochondria to produce more adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is the primary source of energy for cellular functions. This boost in ATP can enhance overall cellular metabolism and function.

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PBM improves mitochondrial respiration, allowing cells to efficiently utilize oxygen to generate ATP. This process optimizes cellular energy production and supports various cellular activities.

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Light therapy can decrease oxidative stress within cells by improving mitochondrial function. This reduction in oxidative stress helps protect cells from damage and supports overall cellular health.

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PBM promotes DNA repair mechanisms within cells, helping to maintain genomic stability and reduce the risk of mutations or cell abnormalities.

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By modulating cellular signaling pathways, light therapy can reduce inflammatory responses within cells. This anti-inflammatory effect contributes to tissue healing and recovery.

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Light therapy stimulates fibroblasts, specialized cells responsible for collagen production, leading to improved skin elasticity, wound healing, and tissue repair.

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PBM has shown neuroprotective effects by supporting neuronal survival, reducing inflammation in the brain, and improving mitochondrial function in neurons.

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I have been looking EVERYWHERE for a Wellness “Center with an LED BED! My doctor recommended I try Sculptology since they’re the only practice in the Bay Area with a Wellness program that includes LED Light Therapy. I’m hooked and I am coming at least twice a week for my sessions!”
 

-Alexa B.

curious about what to expect? 


Read our Pre and Post care recommendations.

Experiencing LED light therapy is a rejuvenating treatment that harnesses the power of specific wavelengths of light to promote skin health and overall wellness. Here’s a detailed description of what you can expect during an LED light therapy session:

  1. Welcoming Environment: Upon arrival at the treatment area, you’ll encounter a calming and inviting atmosphere designed to enhance relaxation and comfort. Soft lighting and soothing music may create a serene ambiance.
  2. Treatment Setup: The LED light therapy device will be prepared for your session. The treatment settings will include your Light color preference based on your goals.
  1. Light Exposure: As the LED light therapy session begins, you’ll be positioned comfortably beneath the LED device. The specific wavelengths of light will target your skin, providing a gentle and warming sensation.
  2. Eye Protection: Depending on the type of LED device used, you may be provided with protective goggles or eye shields to shield your eyes from the brightness of the light.
  1. Relaxation and Comfort: Relax and enjoy the soothing experience as the LED light stimulates your skin and soft tissue. The treatment is painless and non-invasive, allowing you to unwind during the session.

    You may feel a gentle warmth as the light promotes circulation and skin rejuvenation.

  2. Duration: Our LED light therapy sessions typically last 8:30 minutes, per treatment protocol. Remember, our device is the equivalent of a super charger, longer sessions are not necessarily more beneficial.
  1. Moisturize: After the LED light therapy session, apply a hydrating moisturizer to replenish moisture and support skin healing.
  2. Sun Protection: Avoid direct sun exposure immediately after treatment and apply sunscreen if going outdoors.
  3. Hydration: Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated and aid in the detoxification process.
  4. Follow-Up: Schedule follow-up appointments as recommended by the provider to maintain the benefits of LED light therapy.

Overall, LED light therapy offers a relaxing and effective way to improve skin health, promote collagen production, and enhance overall well-being. By following these guidelines, you can maximize the benefits of LED light therapy and enjoy a rejuvenating experience tailored to your needs.

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Benefits

of red light therapy

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  1. Skin Health and Appearance:
    • Collagen Production: Red light therapy stimulates collagen synthesis, which helps improve skin elasticity and reduce wrinkles and fine lines.
    • Wound Healing: It promotes faster healing of wounds, cuts, and burns by enhancing cellular regeneration.
    • Acne Treatment: Red light therapy can reduce inflammation and sebum production, leading to improvements in acne symptoms.
  2. Fat Reduction: Some studies suggest that red light therapy can target adipose (fat) tissue, promoting the release of fat from fat cells (lipolysis) and aiding in the breakdown of triglycerides. This process may contribute to reducing body fat and slimming specific areas.
  3. Pain Relief:
    • Joint and Muscle Pain: Red light therapy helps reduce inflammation and pain associated with arthritis, muscle strains, and injuries.
    • Chronic Pain Conditions: It may alleviate chronic pain conditions such as fibromyalgia and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder.
  4. Hair Growth:
    • Red light therapy stimulates hair follicles, promoting hair growth and preventing hair loss.
  5. Improved Circulation:
    • It enhances blood circulation, which can benefit cardiovascular health and overall vitality.
  6. Mood Enhancement:
    • Red light therapy can improve mood and reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety, especially in individuals affected by seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
  7. Sports Recovery and Performance:
    • Athletes use red light therapy to speed up muscle recovery after intense workouts and improve athletic performance.
  8. Bone Health:
    • It may aid in the healing of bone fractures and improve bone density.
  9. Brain Health:
    • Some research suggests that red light therapy may have neuroprotective effects and could potentially benefit conditions like Alzheimer’s disease and traumatic brain injury.

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Benefits

of Green light therapy

  1. Downregulation of Skin Hyperpigmentation:
    • Green light therapy may help reduce hyperpigmentation and improve skin tone by targeting melanocytes, the cells responsible for producing skin pigment.
    • It has shown potential in treating certain skin conditions like melasma and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
  2. Mood Regulation:
    • Green light therapy has been investigated for its effects on mood regulation and sleep patterns.
    • Exposure to green light may help regulate circadian rhythms and improve sleep quality, similar to the effects seen with blue light filtering.
  3. Migraine Relief: A Harvard study suggests that exposure to green light may reduce migraines
  4. Eye Health:
    • Green light therapy has been explored for its potential benefits in treating certain eye conditions, such as retinal degeneration.
    • It may help protect retinal cells from oxidative damage and support overall eye health.
  5. Anti-Inflammatory Effects:
    • Like other forms of photobiomodulation, green light therapy may help modulate inflammatory responses in cells and tissues, contributing to reduced inflammation and improved healing.
  6. Neurological Effects:
    • Preliminary research suggests that green light therapy may have neuroprotective effects and could potentially benefit neurological conditions, although more studies are needed to confirm these effects.

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Benefits

of Pink light therapy

  1. Skin Health, Cleansing  and Appearance:
    • Acne Treatment: Red light therapy can reduce inflammation and sebum production, leading to improvements in acne symptoms.
    • Collagen Production: Red light therapy stimulates collagen synthesis, which helps improve skin elasticity and reduce wrinkles and fine lines.
    • Wound Healing: It promotes faster healing of wounds, cuts, and burns by enhancing cellular regeneration.
  2. Mood Enhancement and Focus.
    • Blue Light is known to be stimulating and can enhance mood, focus, and attention

FEEL THE HEAL WITH PINK LED LIGHT THERAPY!

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FAQs

Still not sure? We got you...

Red light therapy, also known as photobiomodulation, is a non-invasive treatment that utilizes specific wavelengths of red and near-infrared light to stimulate cellular processes within the body. This therapeutic technique promotes healing, reduces inflammation, and enhances overall cellular function.

Red light therapy works by delivering low-level wavelengths of light to the skin and underlying tissues. These light photons are absorbed by cells, particularly mitochondria (the cell’s energy generators), which then leads to increased ATP (adenosine triphosphate) production. This boost in cellular energy stimulates various biological processes, including collagen synthesis, tissue repair, and inflammation reduction.

Red light therapy is FDA-approved for treating injuries, reducing pain, relaxing muscles and joints, and increasing blood circulation. These are the primary recognized applications in the United States. In recent years, extensive research has revealed additional potential uses, such as skin rejuvenation, hair loss prevention, and optimizing sleep quality.

Green light is renowned for its calming effect on the mind compared to other colors within the visible light spectrum. According to a Harvard study, exposure to green light has been linked to a reduction in migraines. In contrast, blue and red light tend to have an activating effect on the body, whereas green light achieves the opposite, promoting a sense of relaxation.
Green light not only induces a calming sensation but also offers potential benefits for various skin concerns. It may help improve the appearance of dilated capillaries, sagging skin around the eyes, under-eye circles, hyperpigmentation, and sunspots.
Research indicates that the deep-penetrating near-infrared light energy can contribute to reducing hyperpigmentation by regulating hyperactive melanocytes in the dermis. Furthermore, studies suggest that green light may inhibit the excess production of melanin, leading to reduced pigmentation on the skin’s surface and a brighter, more even skin tone over time.

Blue Light is known to be stimulating and can enhance mood, focus, and attention. It is a component of natural daylight and is also linked to cleansing and disinfecting properties. Studies indicate that using a combination of red and blue light may help reduce bacteria-related skin blemishes, leading to an overall improvement in skin appearance. However, a drawback of blue light is that even small amounts of it in the evening can suppress the release of melatonin, disrupting the circadian rhythm. Consequently, individuals sensitive to blue light may experience difficulty falling asleep at night.

Yes, red light therapy is generally considered safe when used properly. It does not contain UV rays and is non-thermal, meaning it does not heat the body’s tissues. However, eye protection should be worn to shield from the bright light, and individuals with certain medical conditions or photosensitivity should consult with a healthcare provider before undergoing treatment.

Pregnant women, customers with cardiac pacemakers, and patients with malignant tumors.
Individuals who are allergic to light therapy or who take photosensitizers (such as chlorpromazine).
Individuals with active hemorrhage or shock, and internal organ damage.
Individuals with high fever, active tuberculosis, vasculitis obliterans, etc.
Individuals with severe heart and kidney disease, such as heart failure, myocarditis, uremia, etc.
Individuals with skin diseases should use it under the guidance of a doctor.

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