After being offered in the US since 2013, LED device producer Celluma has recently expanded to the UK.
Five LED devices in the company’s portfolio use unique phototherapeutic technologies to treat problems of the skin, muscles, and joints, including acne and facial wrinkles.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the company’s main device, Celluma PRO, to treat some musculoskeletal and pain ailments as well as acne, wrinkles, and other skin issues. As a Class IIa medical device for cutaneous wound healing, it is CE marked as well.
The company claims that the photons that are released by Celluma devices give impaired cells the energy they need to recover and restore their vitality organically. This helps to boost the creation of the chemical adenosine triphosphate. According to Celluma, this leads to an improvement in microcirculation, tissue healing, and a reduction in pain and inflammation.
“The adaptable and multi-functional Celluma can be used as a potent stand-alone or supplementary modality following some procedures, including surgery, laser, microdermabrasion, micro needling, peels, and injections,” said Denise Ryan, vice president of Celluma.
Devices for Celluma Light Therapy improve treatments for the face and body
Irish beauty professionals can now use Celluma Light Therapy devices to improve salon face and body treatments utilizing colored light therapy, as well as for pain management.
Additionally, Wynyard Aesthetics Academy offers online Certified Light Therapy Training (up to Level 4) for professionals in Ireland.
The Celluma Pro UK and Celluma ELITE models are FDA-cleared as Class II medical devices, and Celluma offers a variety of light treatment devices for salon and clinic use. As a Class IIa medical device for cutaneous wound healing, Celluma is CE Marked in the EU as well.
The Celluma PRO is a multifunctional, three-in-one light treatment gadget with a special shape-taking construction that makes it simple to position anywhere on the face or body. This gadget cures full-face wrinkles and inflammatory acne vulgaris and is best used after microdermabrasion, micro needling, waxing, and injectable treatments.
The Celluma ELITE can be relocated easily because it is stand mounted and has a rotating arm on a rolling base. Additionally, it is a three-in-one device that simultaneously emits blue, red, and near-infrared light for quicker and better outcomes. The Celluma ELITE has received FDA clearance to treat arthritic pain, facial wrinkles, acne vulgaris, muscle and joint stiffness, and muscle spasms.
How effective is LED therapy?
The fact that NASA invented LED (Light Emitting Diodes) or LLL (Low-Level-Light) therapy first isn’t just a bizarre marketing claim in this instance: According to Johnson, “cellular aging occurs at a substantially accelerated pace under zero-gravity.” The space agency thus sought treatments to mitigate this. A mechanism known as “photobiomodulation” has been proven to excite cells’ mitochondria, which act as the cells’ energy-producing centers or “batteries,” and initiate biochemical changes. According to him, having more energy in your cells can increase cellular regeneration and repair, giving you a stronger defense against aging, injury, and disease.
More than 3000 clinical studies* support the technology, which was quickly developed into skincare and other medical device applications. LED treatment has more clinical support than lasers. According to Laura Ferguson, co-founder of The Light Salon, “decades of medical research on the advantages of LED/LLLT on the skin, body, and brain demonstrate the ability of specific wavelengths to support and enhance skin cell regeneration, as well as have a positive impact on blood flow and inflammation.”