Omnilux light therapy is one of the new cosmetic procedures that you will hear about regularly. The procedure is relatively new, and is touted as an effective way to achieve smoother, younger-looking skin without any of the risks associated with traditional cosmetic surgery. But before you get one done on yourself, it helps to know what it really is.
Omnilux Light Therapy in a Nutshell
Omnilux light therapy uses narrow band wavelength lights in order to “encourage” the skin to produce more collagen, while promoting self-healing. It also helps reinvigorate the skin because it increases cell vitality. The omniluxx light therapy has various applications, but are most used in the following:
- Acne treatment – especially if you are struggling with acne breakouts that don’t respond to traditional treatment or over-the-counter-medicine.
- Sun damage treatment – if you live or work in a particularly sunny area, omnilux therapy is a must.
- Skin cancer prevention – skin cancer is a serious affliction, but it is not a big deal if you take steps to avoid or prevent it.
Outside of those health benefits, people who undergo omnilux light therapy also benefit from an improvement in their skin’s pore size, a more appealing skin texture, and better complexion.
Is Omnilux Light Therapy Safe?
The procedure only involves using narrow band light to coax the skin into performing better, making it non-invasive and completely safe. It is one of the few cosmetic procedures that can be safely done on men and women, and even people who are too old for traditional invasive procedures.
Compatibility with Other Treatments
Due to being non-invasive, omnilux light therapy is very easy to pair with other treatments. These include microdermabrasion, chemical peels, and other treatments. However, it is important to understand that there are procedures that can make the skin sensitive during the recovery phase, and different people respond to surgery differently. It is best to consult an expert plastic surgeon like Dr. Mark Sofonio first before attempting to pair Omnilux Light Therapy with other treatments.
Should You Try Omnilux Therapy First?
Definitely. If you are struggling with acne breakouts that don’t respond to over-the-counter ointments or simply want the safest way to combat the effects of aging, omnilux therapy is a great first step.
One thing you should consider is that this new treatment should be administered by an expert, trained, and accredited plastic surgeon. In this case, Dr Sofonio should be your best bet. You can check Dr Sofonio’s CV if you want to see WHY he is the best surgeon to hire for an omnilux light therapy treatment.
If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to contact us. We will be happy to address any and all of your concerns.