Touchless treatments have become popular, especially after the pandemic, but are they really worth the hype?
Pampering yourself after having gone through a very rough year seems like the right thing to do, but if you don’t want to risk exposing yourself to others, touchless treatments are a good choice.
Light therapy has different benefits for your skin and your body –it is noninvasive and useful to reduce inflammation. But are they worth the money?
What are touchless treatments?
Infrared, electromagnetic, vibroacoustic therapy is said to help heal the damage done to our cells by resetting them. A light pod uses red light therapy to accelerate healing, restore the body, stimulate collagen production and soothe skin conditions.
At-home and in-office treatments
Light therapy can be performed at home include handheld devices and masks. And the ones you’d use in a spa will include pods or masks that are generally more potent than the ones you can use at home.
Led light therapy helps treat acne, regulate oil production, stimulate collagen and elastin production minimizes redness and inflammation, and wrinkles. Their spectrum does not include UV, so there is no risk of damage.
The bottom line
There are no side effects to any of these touchless therapies and there is absolutely no aftercare necessary and you can definitely see results.
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