What is Celluma Light Therapy?

Celluma Light Therapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses low-level light therapy (LLLT) to treat various skin conditions, pain, and inflammation. It is a type of LED light therapy that involves the use of specific wavelengths of light to stimulate cellular activity in the body. The Celluma device emits a combination of blue, red, and near-infrared light to penetrate the skin and stimulate cellular activity. The blue light is used to treat acne, the red light is used to reduce inflammation and promote collagen production, and the near-infrared light is used to reduce pain and promote healing.

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The duration of the procedure can vary depending on the specific condition being treated and the area of the body being targeted. Typically, a single session lasts between 15 and 30 minutes.


After the treatment, you can immediately resume your regular activities without any restrictions. However, it is recommended that you avoid direct sunlight or tanning beds for at least 24 hours after the treatment.


The treatment can lead to several benefits, such as a reduction in inflammation and pain, improvement in the texture and tone of the skin, and an enhancement in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

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Benefits of Celluma Light Therapy

  • Reducing inflammation
  • Reducing pain
  • Improving skin health
  • Treating acne
  • Enhancing circulation
  • Boosting immune function

Who Qualifies for Celluma Light Therapy?

Celluma Light Therapy is generally safe for most people and can be used to treat a wide range of conditions. However, it is important to note that some people may not be suitable candidates for the therapy.

The therapy is not recommended for individuals who are pregnant or breastfeeding, as there is not enough research available to determine the safety of the treatment during these times. Additionally, people with certain medical conditions, such as epilepsy or a history of skin cancer, should avoid the therapy or seek medical advice before undergoing the treatment.

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How to Prepare for Celluma Light Therapy?

  • Consultation with Dr. Leif Rogers
  • Cleanse your skin
  • Remove any metal objects
  • Wear comfortable clothing
  • Avoid tanning or sun exposure
  • Obtain surgical clearance from your family doctor
  • Avoid certain medications
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