LED Light Therapy is now available spa810 Scottsdale AZ! The incredible LED Light Therapy technology was developed by NASA to help speed wound closure, improve wound healing, and in the treatment of problem wounds.

About LED Light Therapy

Spa810 Scottsdale uses the LIGHTWAVE™ system, which stimulates your body’s own regenerative metabolism at the cellular level with red, blue, and infrared light energy. This non-invasive, no down time treatment helps regenerate the skin by stimulating collagen and elastin production while killing bacteria (blue light). The intense red and infrared light, which can penetrate below the skin, promotes the healing process and fuels positive changes at a cellular level.

LED Light Therapy provides the energy your cells convert into cellular energy (ATP) which helps:

  • accelerate the production of elastin and collagen
  • increase cellular nutrient intake
  • improve lymphatic drainage
  • increase the removal of excess waste products and fluid from the cells
  • increase the production of macrophage (scavenger) cells for the removal of toxins/excess pigment/scar tissue
  • increase blood flow to the surface of the skin
  • reduce the appearance of cellulite

More than 2,000 research papers and 100 double blind studies have documented the effectiveness of using LED light therapy to stimulate rejuvenation in damaged tissue. LED Light Therapy treatments at Spa810 Scottsdale Rd. are completely pain-free and non-invasive.

LED ANTI AGING 20 minute Treatment

LED Light Therapy for skin tightening stimulates collagen and elastin formation reducing fine line and wrinkles. It also tightens skin by helping to reduce flaccidity, lift sagging tissues and restore skin tone and structure to the face resulting in an overall noticeable skin improvement.

Members $29
Non Members $45

Add in Facial

Members $25

Non Members $35

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