We have used the system on conditions from rosacea to pigmentation as well as anti-ageing and many patients have seen visible improvements even after the first treatment.
Northampton (PRWEB UK) 20 June 2013
With over 14 years in the cosmetic treatments business, Dr John Tanqueray has built up an enviable reputation for professional skincare.
Northamptonshire-based Mulberry House Clinic & Laser Centre offers a wide range of treatments and the clinic have invested heavily over the years to ensure that their patients have access to the latest technology, providing a wide choice of treatments for optimum results.
The latest addition to the clinic is LED Skin Therapy. LED, which stands for Light Emitting Diode treatment, is based on the power of pure light. This is a simple approach, involving no needles or chemicals, yet the treatment has been clinically proven effective for a wide variety of skin problems and concerns.
LED therapy has proven particularly effective in treating conditions such as acne, pigmentation, rosacea, redness, eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis. Patients who have struggled with sensitive skin and tried many creams and cures over the years have been delighted with the results of LED therapy.
One patient commented:
“The texture of my skin has improved, the bumps have gone and the redness has reduced – my family noticed an improvement after the first 2 treatments.”
The Dermalux® LED Phototherapy system uses clinically proven wavelengths to activate skin cell processes, energising them to heal and rejuvenate faster, so that the patient experiences skin healing from the inside out in an entirely natural process. The cell metabolism then works to build collagen, increase elasticity and boost circulation, which has a visible impact on the skin’s appearance.
As well as therapeutic use, LED therapy has a range of anti-ageing and rejuvenation applications, treating lines and wrinkles and signs of sun damage, restoring a healthy complexion with firmer, tighter skin. As well as use on the face, LED is effective on the more challenging areas such as the neck, décolleté and hands.
Aesthetic Physician Dr John Tanqueray explains:
“This is a treatment we have been observing over several years, initially with some scepticism, but there is now plenty of very good research that shows how this light source has a real biological effect on the cells in the skin – via a process called photo-biomodulation.”
“We have run a number of LED sessions already at our clinic and been very impressed by the results of treatment. We have used the system on conditions from rosacea to pigmentation as well as anti-ageing and many patients have seen visible improvements even after the first treatment. We can even use the system to accelerate wound healing and improve the appearance of scars.”
“LED therapy is a highly flexible system that suits a wide variety of skin conditions. It is pain-free and patients describe it as relaxing, making it ideal for those seeking a natural, needle-free yet effective skin improvement treatment.”
With a 14 year career in cosmetic treatments, Dr John Tanqueray works at the forefront of the industry and founded his own skin treatment clinic, Mulberry House Clinic & Laser Centre based in Hardingstone, Northamptonshire. The company remains independent and doctor-managed with its patients’ best interests placed firmly at the heart of the business.
Mulberry House Clinic offers a wide choice of the latest cosmetic, medical and laser skin treatments with highly professional service. As well as popular anti-ageing injections and dermal fillers, the clinic has invested in the latest skin treatment technology including Thermage radiofrequency skin tightening, PRP (platelet rich plasma) treatment and Portrait plasma energy skin regeneration treatment. Advanced laser treatments are available for pigmentation, veins and redness as well as popular laser hair removal. LED therapy is the latest addition to the clinic’s range of treatments.
For further information or to arrange a free confidential consultation, please call 01604 702630 or email: info(at)mulberryhouseclinic(dot)co.uk. See website for further information and contact details http://www.mulberryhouseclinic.co.uk.