In this part of my Q&A with Louise Taylor, co-founder of Dermalux, we get into more specific questions - is LED light therapy OK for sensitive skin? Can it help to manage melasma? And why is LED light good for the skin when so many types of light.
Category: Home led light therapy
Following on from the first part of my conversation with Louise Taylor, who is co-founder of both the Dermalux brand and of Aesthetic Technology, the company that manufactures the devices, here are more of the questions that were sent in for the.
Can you really rejuvenate your skin, at home, with nothing more than light? I have been trying out the Dermalux Flex, the most powerful home-use LED device available, that uses clinic-standard LED light technology, since April 2020. The company.
I’ve been promising to show you the detail of my results after using the Dermalux Flex MD device - and here they are. I was lent the device in April just after lockdown had started in the UK. The Dermalux Flex MD is a medical-grade light therapy.
You’ve been asking for a proper round-up of home-use devices - the ones I have, the ones I use, the ones I mean to use but don’t… so here it is, from top to toe. You can watch the video I made about these devices for the full detail on why I like.
Nosing around last weekend at Aesthetic Medicine Live, an expo which is one of the highlights of the UK tweakments-industry calender, I found this extraordinary new piece of aesthetic technology on the Dermalux stand.