LED light therapy is a non-invasive medical treatment that uses specific wavelengths of light to treat skin conditions like blemishes, fine lines and to boost skin collagen. Patients reveal their honest experience with the therapy, while a dermatologist shares how to approach it in an informed manner
Apart from treating skin conditions, LED light therapy is also known to boost serotonin levels (our happiness hormone). Pic Courtesy/iStock
Acne, blemishes, and sunburn are common skin problems that spare none. Similar was the case of Mumbai-based Rupali Porwal, 25, whose face was the stuff of an acne-filled turf. Upon a visit to her beauty therapist, she was diagnosed with perioral dermatitis (inflammation of the skin around the mouth). Troubled by the pink patches around her mouth, Porwal signed up for LED light therapy that her dermatologist recommended.