Phototherapy Reduces Fine lines and Wrinkles, But Goes Beyond Just Skin Deep

It turns out that light is our savior.

Receive natural and better results than Botox and fillers. 

While Botox and fillers work to cover the symptoms of aging skin, light therapy (Phototherapy) solves the problem at a cellular level.

As we age, our body’s collagen production decreases, leaving our skin less plump. However, through light therapy (Phototherapy), you’re actually stimulating collagen production beneath the skin to receive natural and similar results to Botox and fillers. 

Aside from health concerns, Botox and fillers can quickly add up financially, too. The most common Botox and filler treatments cost hundreds of dollars per session. 

Light therapy (Phototherapy) works by delivering specific wavelengths of light to our skin and cells. This enhances our cellular function, stimulating the cell’s mitochondria to produce ATP (adenosine triphosphate) energy. This boost of cell energy promotes collagen and elastin production, bringing the plumpness back into your skin. 

It turns out that light is our savior.

Just as our eyes have receptors that transduce light photons into signals to the brain that we process as vision, we’re discovering that our skin also has light receptors

The brain and the skin are intimately connected. 

When a patch is placed on the skin, the nerves on the skin are stimulated by precise wavelengths of light, and this triggers a very specific chemical reaction in the body. 

Alavida Skincare Technology is World’s first Regenerating Skincare System with three patented products that works 24/7 to nourish the skin and heal the body. The beauty is effortless. The results, immediate.

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Alavida Phototherapy influences the pineal gland to secrete a hormone that rebalances the whole endocrine system (Epithalamin). 

Learn more about Alavida Phototherapy. Here. Your new alternative to needleless anti-aging technology.

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