Topical Light Infusion by LIGHTWAVE
Topical Light Infusion
At the Institute for Skinovation, we see a lot of skincare products and procedures advertised as revolutionary. But, the LIGHTWAVE with Topical Light Infusion is truly a stunning new approach to treating, nourishing, and rejuvenating the skin.
Historically, skincare has been divided into invasive and non-invasive procedures. The LIGHTWAVE and Topical Light Infusion system is revolutionary because it introduces a third way. Since treatments are non-invasive, the skin is protected—but because they also use specially formulated topical products in conjunction with the LIGHTWAVE—these treatments are able to deliver the serums more efficiently into the skin, directly to the very places it occurs naturally. These are the exact places where the face and body’s own collagen has diminished over time due to age and environmental damage.
Several protocols address specific issues, including anti-aging, skin brightening, and face and body firming. There are also an array of issue-targeting masks: Anti-Blemish Oil Control, Revitalizing Retinol, Peptide Pro Nutrients, and even a Post-Ablative mask to deal with scars.
We’re impressed, and we think you will be, too! Come in and see what the LIGHTWAVE and Topical Light Fusion at the Institute for Skinovation can do for you.
Q: WHAT IS TOPICAL LIGHT INFUSION?
Topical Light Infusion is a non-invasive facial infusion system that delivers powerful topicals into the skin without injection or ablating the skin. By delivering collagen to the very places where it occurs naturally, Topical Light Infusion restores levels that have been diminished by sun exposure, pollution and the environment. It dramatically diminishes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as discoloration and inflammation, and can also be used to effectively treat both acne and scars due to acne, burns and surgery.
Q: IS TOPICAL LIGHT INFUSION SAFE?
Yes. Because it is non-invasive, Topical Light Infusion is one of the safest delivery systems available.
Q: WHAT CAN BE EXPECTED DURING A TREATMENT?
First, the skin is cleansed with an enzymatic wash. Next, a series of serums and creams are applied. Finally, a light panel is placed over the skin, inundating it with specific wavelengths and pulses of light which stimulate the molecules in the topical to move away from the light source and into the skin. The complete process takes 45-60 minutes. We recommend beginning with 10 minutes of LED red light therapy to augment the desired effect.
Q: HOW DOES TOPICAL LIGHT INFUSION WORK?
Using laboratory-proven technology, Topical Light Infusion delivers pure, optimal formulas to your skin. The Topical Light Infusion system is a complete skin-care system that repairs, protects, renews, and revitalizes your skin.
Q: CAN TREATMENTS BE DONE ON THE BODY AS WELL AS THE FACE?
Yes. However, the number and length of treatments will vary according to skin types and issues.
Q: WILL I SEE A DIFFERENCE AFTER ONE TREATMENT?
Yes, the skin will show signs of improvement, but significant changes are obtained after a series of treatments. Results will vary from client to client based on skin type and issue.
Q: ARE THERE ANY CONTRAINDICATIONS I SHOULD BE MADE AWARE OF?
Topical Light Infusion should only be used with topicals specifically provided for that purpose. Though the formulations contain safe components, treatment should be stopped if any skin sensitivity is suspected.
Q: CAN YOU USE LIGHT THERAPY AND MICRODERMABRASION WITH TOPICAL LIGHT INFUSION?
Yes. Topical Light Infusion is compatible with most other non-ablative and ablative treatments, most of which increase the desired results. Topical Light Infusion treatments are routinely used after laser resurfacing therapy to aid in hydrating the skin to improve healing and reduce swelling.
Q: CAN TREATMENTS BE DONE ON COMPROMISED, SUNBURNED, OR BLEMISHED SKIN?
Yes. In fact, since the treatment is completely non-invasive, it can be used to hydrate the skin and speed up the repair process.
Q: CAN PREGNANT WOMEN HAVE THIS TREATMENT?
Yes, but we do not recommend it simply because testing has not been done with pregnant women.