LED Light Therapy – Tri-Wave

Tri Wave LED light therapy – Beaconsfield

LED is so very important as an addition to a large number of skin treatments available, as well as a stand-alone course of treatments. At Skin Revision, we feel Dermalux Tri Wave MD is integral to improving skin tone, texture, tightness and appearance. It will help strengthen your skin, help repair and rebuild your skin whilst hydrating your skin to 300%, to leave your skin looking blemish free and youthful.

How does Dermalux Light Therapy help the Skin?

As well as enhancing your skin so that it feels toned and glowing, the variants of the Dermalux Tri Wave MD will help in the treatment of Rosacea, Acne, Acne Scars, Psoriasis, Eczema and many other skin conditions. It will reduce redness and flushed cheeks, forehead, chin and neck, soften out fine lines and wrinkles, stimulate and tighten the skin.


Which skin treatments need to have LED?

Following any skin peel or enzyme treatment, we would always recommend a session of LED light therapy. In order to help repair and rebuild the skin in the quickest possible time, we would also include the Dermalux photo therapy after any skin needling or microneedling treatments. Dermalux Tri Wave MD treatments accelerate the healing process of the skin, instantly hydrates the skin to 300%, and will speed up collagen renewal rebuilds.

Help resolve these Skin Concerns with LED

Skin ageing, Rosacea, Psoriasis, redness and flushed skin, fine lines, pigmentation, sun damage, age spots, acne, acne scars, bruises, burns, dermatitis, dehydrated skin, sensitive skin, open pores, psoriasis, eczema, fungal skin conditions, vitiligo, post-surgical procedures.

Dermalux Eczema and Psoriasis before and after - fiji clinic
LED Light Therapy for redness, rosacea. acne, skin repair, healing and rejuvenation

What are the uses of the different lights of LED Light Therapy?

Dermalux LED light therapy uses different wavelengths of light to target specific skin concerns. Here are the various lights used with Dermalux and the skin issues they target:

Red Light (630-700nm):

Benefits: Anti-ageing, skin tightening, skin rejuvenation and promotes accelerated healing and repair of the skin.

Blue Light (415nm):

Benefits: Helps kill off acne, maintains oil control, reduces inflammation and calms sensitive skin.

Near-Infrared Light (830nm):

Benefits: Heals and repairs, soothes irritation, enhances circulation by penetrating deeper into the skin.

LED Light Therapy for redness, rosacea. acne, skin repair, healing and rejuvenation

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Before and After Pictures

Frequently Asked Questions

What is LED light therapy, particularly Dermalux, and how does it work for skincare treatments?

LED light therapy, such as the Dermalux Tri Wave here at Skin Revision, utilises specific wavelengths of light energy to stimulate skin cells. Dermalux emits different colours of light, each targeting specific skin concerns by promoting cellular rejuvenation and improving skin health.

How long will the results of Dermalux LED light therapy last?

If you undertake a course of LED light therapy treatments at the skin clinic here in Beaconsfield, the results can be easily maintained. To maintain the best results, however, it is important to follow a good skincare regime and a healthy lifestyle to obtain optimum skin health. Damaging factors such as smoking, excessive sun exposure, alcohol and stress can all have a significant effect on the skin. But with a good diet and healthy lifestyle, with plenty of water and rest, you will achieve the very best results from Dermalux Tri Wave LED.

Is LED light therapy with Dermalux treatment uncomfortable or painful?

LED light therapy is non-invasive and painless. Patients usually experience a sensation of warmth during the treatment, but it is generally comfortable and relaxing. It is not uncommon for clients or patients to fall asleep whilst lying under the Tri Wave LED of Dermalux.

How long before I see results from LED light therapy?

The effects of a Dermalux LED light therapy treatment can be seen within 24 to 48 hours and are so great for a one-off event. Depending on the skin concern, we would recommend a course of 6 – 8 treatments, each month for the very best, longer-lasting results. Your discussions with us at Skin Revision will give you a good indication of the time scales for results. It really does depend on whether you have a more severe skin issue that you would like resolved or whether it is skin rejuvenation.

Can LED light therapy using Dermalux be combined with other skincare treatments or products?

Yes, LED light therapy can be complemented by other skincare procedures or products to enhance results. During your skin consultation with Skin Revision, it will be suggested of a suitable combinations of treatments, based on your skin’s needs.

What are the different lights for LED light therapy from Dermalux?

The Dermalux Tri Wave is the only certified medical device in the world as of 2024. The Tri Wave is uses different advanced wavelengths of light to target specific skin concerns. Here are the various lights used with Dermalux Tri Wave and the skin issues they target:

Red Light (630-700nm):

Targets: Stimulates collagen production, improves skin elasticity, reduces fine lines and wrinkles, promotes overall skin rejuvenation.
Benefits: Anti-ageing, skin tightening, promoting healing and repair.

Blue Light (415nm):

Targets: Kills acne-causing bacteria (Propionibacterium acnes), reduces inflammation, minimizes breakouts.
Benefits: Acne treatment, oil control, calming sensitive skin.
Near-Infrared Light (830nm):

Targets: Penetrates deeper into the skin, enhances wound healing, reduces inflammation.
Benefits: Supports cellular repair, soothes irritation, enhances circulation.

Yellow Light (570-590nm):

Targets: Reduces redness, soothes sensitive skin, improves skin texture.
Benefits: Calming, reducing inflammation, and redness associated with rosacea or sunburn.
Green Light (525nm):

Targets: Balances skin tone, reduces hyperpigmentation, brightens complexion.
Benefits: Diminishes pigmentation, improves skin clarity and radiance.

Each wavelength of light penetrates the skin at different depths, triggering specific cellular responses. When used in combination or individually, these lights offer treatment options for various skin concerns, ranging from acne and ageing signs to pigmentation issues and overall skin health. The specific combination of lights used during Dermalux LED light therapy can be tailored based on individual skin needs and concerns.

Are there any skin conditions or individuals for whom LED light therapy might not be suitable?

LED light therapy is generally safe for most individuals and skin conditions including Indian skin tones, Asian skin tones and Black skin tones. However, those with light-sensitive conditions, photosensitivity, or certain medications should speak to a skin expert or skin specialist, such as Skin Revision before undergoing the treatment.

How many LED light therapy sessions with Dermalux are typically required for noticeable improvements?

The number of sessions needed can vary depending on the person’s skin concerns and treatment goals. A series of sessions, usually spaced a few days to weeks apart, is often recommended for optimal results. This would be discussed during any skin consultation.

Can LED light therapy work on any skin colour or skin tone?

Yes, LED light therapy is generally safe and effective for all skin colours and tones including Indian, Asian and Black skin tones and skin colours. The treatment works by utilising specific wavelengths of light to target various skin concerns without causing damage or adverse effects based on skin colour.

LED light therapy is non-invasive and does not emit UV radiation, making it suitable for a diverse range of skin types, including fair, medium, and darker skin tones. The different wavelengths of light used in LED therapy penetrate the skin at various depths to stimulate cellular responses, promote collagen production, reduce inflammation, and address specific skin issues.

Because LED light therapy does not rely on heat or target melanin in the skin, it poses minimal risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, making it a safe option for individuals with different skin colours and tones.

How much or what is the cost to have an LED light therapy session?

Costs will vary and depend on whether the individual is having a singular session or a course.
A stand-alone treatment with the Tri-Wave is £65
Course prices dictate that the price per session is cheaper.