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Award-winning CIDESCO Diplomate, Rita Page, demonstrates the steps of a thorough European facial with detailed massage techniques and a minimal amount of equipment. Part of a comprehensive award-winning three-part series, Vol. 1 includes discussion of facial bed set-up, equipment (stool, steamer, and other tools of the trade), and professionalism. Rita then begins the facial, starting with a client consultation, skin analysis, and an extensive cleansing massage on the face and neck. Massage, an important component of a European facial, is used for application of product as well as a luxurious treatment that completes the spa experience. Received 2006 Summit Award. Received 2006 Telly Award .

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LED Light Treatment for Eye Injuries
LED Light Therapy Benefits
LED Irradiation Increases Collagen Levels

Irradiation with Light-Emitting Diodes (LED) increases type I collagen production and the number of viable fibroblasts in cultured skin cells, according to researcher.

Visible light knocks out viruses

The researchers applied pulses of purple-coloured light lasting just 100 femtoseconds (10-15 seconds) to viruses called M13 bacteriophages.   It takes just a single pulse to destroy the viruses completely, say the researchers.

German Research shows LEDs effective for wrinkles
NASA Technology-Hear what the experts are saying

C. Joan M. Cwiklinski, a nurse practitioner at the Medical College of Wisconsin, explains how the LED treatment is administered.

Dr. Harry Whelan, professor of pediatric neurology at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, talks about his research using light-emitting diodes to heal wounds.

Dr. David Margolis, an oncologist at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, talks about how his patients have benefited from the LED treatments.

NASA Study on LED Technology

Lasers, however, have some inherent characteristics, which make their use in a clinical setting problematic, including limitations in wavelengths and beam width. The combined wavelengths of light optimal for wound healing cannot be efficiently produced, and the size of wounds which may be treated by lasers is limited. Light-emitting diodes (LED’s) offer an effective alternative to lasers. These diodes can be made to produce multiple wavelengths, and can be arranged in large, flat arrays allowing treatment of large wounds. Our experiments suggest potential for using LED light therapy at 680, 730 and 880 nm simultaneously

NASA Technology Shines New Light On Healing

Doctors are examining how this special lighting technology helps hard-to-heal wounds, such as diabetic skin ulcers, serious burns and severe oral sores caused by chemotherapy and radiation.  So far, what we've seen in patients and what we've seen in laboratory cell cultures, all point to one conclusion," said Dr. Harry Whelan, professor of pediatric neurology and director of hyperbaric medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin. "The near-infrared light emitted by these LEDs seems to be perfect for increasing energy inside cells.

LED Tooth Whitening
Study on Blue Light for Acne

Blue light phototherapy using a narrowband LED light source appears to be a safe and effective additional therapy for mild to moderate acne.

Clinical Efficacy of Self-applied Blue Light

Blue light is effective for acne treatment, inducing photodynamic destruction of Propionibacterium acnes (P. acnes). This study was an evaluation of the performance of self-applied, blue light, light-emitting diode therapy in the treatment of mild-to-moderate inflammatory acne on the face.

Light Emitting Diodes for Wound Healing

Powerful light-emitting diodes (LEDs) have been shown to help heal wounds in laboratory animals and are now being tested on humans at the Medical College of Wisconsin. The LEDs were developed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to spur plant life in space.

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