The Science of Light & Heat Energy -
LHE Technology (Light & Heat Energy) delivers effective and safe skin care. Its inherent safety and flexibility enables it to be used for a wide variety of applications; Psoriasis Care, Acne Clearance, Skin Tightening, Skin Rejuvenation, Wrinkle Reduction, Collagen Renewal, Vascular and Pigmented Lesion Treatments and Hair Removal.
- Non-invasive, non-abrasive treatments
- No down time
- Clinically proven results
- Proven safety and efficacy for all skin types
- Especially suited for Skin Types V-VI
IPL stands for Intense Pulse Light and LHE stands for Light Heat Energy. IPL has been around since the mid-90's. LHE debut in the late 90's / early 2000's. LHE is the next generation of light based therapy. You can visit the makers of LHE, www.radiancy.com, to see their clinical results. LHE is used for 1.Acne Clearance, 2.Psoriasis Care, 3.Skin Tightening, 4.Skin Rejuvenation, 5.Collagen Renewal , 6.Vascular Lesion Treatment, 7.Pigmented 8. Lesion Treatment, 9. Hair Removal.
Safety is an important factor when you go to Spas. Yes, LHE uses lower energy but it doesn't mean that it's not effective. LHE is able to use a lower energy fluency because it utilizes two energies (heat and light) in one instance. What is energy fluency? Energy fluency refers to the energy bombarded onto your skin by these light devices and it is measured in joules per square centimetre skin (j/cm2). Laser is operates from 50 to 200 j/cm2. IPL typically operates from 30-50 j/cm2. Your skin gets burnt at 30 j/cm2. This is why when you go for IPL, gel or numbing cream is applied on your skin. LHE operates from 4-25 j/cm2. LHE technology is typically used in hospitals, aesthetic clinics and by dermatologists because it's safe and simple to use. The LHE gives you result in a safe way. However there needs to be a commitment to complete the treatments which usually ranges from 3 to 9 visits to your therapists.