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Celluma

Celluma

Clinically proven and FDA cleared for the treatment of wrinkles, acne and pain. Celluma produces a natural photo biochemical reaction which can be used in an acne, anti-aging or Pain management session. Widely used by dermatologists, plastic surgeons, estheticians and pain management specialists.

Originally researched and developed by NASA, low-level light therapy (LED) is the application of light energy to the body to obtain therapeutic benefits.

Scientifically proven to relieve arthritic pain, muscle and joint pain and stiffness, The Celluma provides compromised cells with the energy to regain and restore vitality naturally. Its powerful, deeply penetrating wavelengths are absorbed by photoacceptors in the mitrochondria. This process increases the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) — the fuel that drives all cells. This boost of cellular energy results in a cascade of metabolic events leading to an increase in micro-circulation, tissue repair, and a decrease in inflammation and pain.

Celluma’s unique LED technology emits safe, UV-free low-level light energy that profoundly affects tissue at the cellular level. Blue, red and near-infrared lights are the most commonly used wavelengths in LED phototherapy. These specific wavelengths are well researched and scientifically proven to produce therapeutic benefits. Blue light penetrates through the epidermis and is known to kill P. acnes bacteria. Red light penetrates into the dermal layer and has been shown to enhance collagen and elastin production through photo-biostimulation of fibroblasts for improved skin tone, quality, clarity, and texture. Near-infrared light penetrates deepest to increase micro-circulation and tissue repair, as well as decrease inflammation and reduce pain.

Call today to book your 30 minute Celluma session today!

Therapeutic Benefits

Therapeutic Benefits

Kill P. Acnes Bacteria

Enhance Collagen and Elastin Production

Improved SkinYone, Quality, Clarity, and Texture

Increase Micro-Circulation and Tissue Repair