Omega Phototherapy Facial
Omega Phototherapy is based on a device that sends light waves deep into the skin to trigger natural intracellular reactions. Depending on the light, your skin is going to respond differently. Red light causes building, strengthening, and maximizing cellular structure as well as targets oil glands to reduce cytokines, which cause inflammation and play a role in chronic acne. Blue light wavelengths stimulate production of oxygen radicals that kill acnes bacteria. Green light affects melanocytes, reducing melanin production, helping pigmentation spots to simply fade away over time and Yellow light is effective in the treatment of skin issues involving redness, such as spider veins and is an ideal therapy for sensitive skin.
What to Expect
Allow plenty of time for your Facial; arrive 10 minutes early to allow yourself time to relax. If it is your first time at the skin lounge, you’ll be asked to complete a pre-treatment health questionnaire.
Your aesthetician will guide you to your facial room and make sure you feel comfortable. During your consultation, the aesthetician will first analyse your skin type in order to design the best suited facial treatment. Products used in the process will depend on your skin type.
This uniquely tailored facial will start with a deep cleansing into a thermal mask and then enjoy a relaxing time while our omega phototherapy does the work deep down in the cellular level. After you will enjoy a non-surgical lifting mask custom to your skin and finish off with our boutique Oxegene line for an amazing experience and noticeable results.
- Revitalize skin cells
- Accelerate blood circulation
- Relieve acne scars
- Sterilization of acne bacteria
- Control of sebaceous glands
- Prevent inflammation
- Red spots and blushing treatment
- Pigment reduction
- Calming effect on troubled skin
- Relaxation of mind and body
*Legal Disclaimer: Individual results may vary; every patient is unique; therefore, no single technique is suited to all cases. Before & after photos and videos are not guarantees that your results will be the same or even similar: each individual patient’s results will be different.