Red light (640nm) : ageing
Red light stimulates the production of collagen, a protein essential for repairing damaged tissue and replacing old tissue.
Blue light (423nm) : acne
Blue light is used to kill acne-causing bacteria, providing effective treatment for comedones and pimples.
Green light (523nm) : hyperpigmentation
Green light penetrates the skin’s sublayers by targeting melanocytes to reduce melanin stimulation which causes dark spots on the skin. With less melanin reaching the skin’s surface, hyperpigmentation and discolourations gradually disappear.
Yellow light (423nm) : sunburn & other redness
Yellow light has characteristics quite close to red light. More specifically, it is effective in treating cutrosis and redness from sun exposure and stimulates blood circulation.
Purple light (400nm) : acne & redness
Purple combines the red and blue lights. It eliminates acne-causing bacteria while reducing facial inflammation and reducing the appearance of acne-related scars. Highly recommended for individuals with acne and redness.
Cyan (490nm) : acne & hyperpigmentation
Cyan is the combination of blue and green lights and therefore removes acne and pigment stains simultaneously.
White (400-700nm) : accelerates tissue metabolism
White light penetrates the skin the deepest to speed up skin metabolism.