Lightwave LED Light Therapy & Topical Light Infusion

Everyone ages but how you age is up to you. Aging gracefully requires you intentionally take care of yourself and your skin. LIGHTWAVE LIGHT THERAPY has been shown to significantly slow down the aging process and can even reverse signs of aging. Lightwave anti-aging light therapy treatment is the healthy approach to naturally boosting collagen to diminish fine lines and wrinkles. Lightwave’s FDA cleared Light Therapy is a safe, natural, pain-free treatment option which uses a powerful dosage of red and infrared light to effectively stimulate cellular repair, reduce inflammation and revive aging tissue.

LIGHTWAVE TOPICAL LIGHT INFUSION is a program used to drive in powerful ingredients to stimulate a biological change with the skin. This process is designed to reduce facility, lift sagging tissue, improve skin hydration, and restore skin tone and structure resulting in an overall noticeable skin improvement. We offer programs for wrinkle repair, skin brightening, blemish control, post recovery care following peels, lasers or surgical procedures.

Certain medications or conditions can cause a person to develop sensitivity to light. Lightwave has compiled a list of such medications and conditions. However, this is in no way intended to be a complete list of all possible conditions.

Contraindications to LED Light Therapy
Acute or cutaneous porphyria Diabetes Thyroid problems
Epilepsy and seizures Hypomelanism (albinism) Heart trouble/pacemaker
Lupus erythematous Eye disease/retinal abnormalities Pregnancy
Cancer Asthma Exogenous eczema
Blood thinners Photophobia Migraines


It is recommended that the medications be suspended for a minimum of one week before undergoing therapy. However, you must clear that through your doctor. If it is not possible to discontinue the use of a medication, then you must consult your doctor before undergoing therapy while continuing the medication. A doctor’s note is required. It is imperative that you check with your doctor before discontinuing any prescribed medication. There are some prescription drugs, herbs and over-the-counter medications such as Psoralen or Methoxsalen that can cause sensitivity to light, so it is important to disclose any and all medications or herbs you are currently taking.

After treatment, it is important to drink water, use SPF daily and reapply every 2 hours. Please avoid the sun for at least a day.