Want that radiating and WOW skin texture? Our non-invasive LED Light Therapy works at a cellular level to fight various skin concerns, such as active acne. LED Phototherapy is a scientific process that uses specific wavelengths in the visible light spectrum to send light into the deeper layers of skin to activate and stimulate cellular activity, photo dermal blood flow and creates faster healing so your skin always look rejuvenated!


Phototherapy is completely safe and doesn’t produce a thermal reaction in the skin which makes this a very comfortable and pleasant treatment. Whilst some results can be seen immediately, it’s recommended to have a course of 6-12 treatments either weekly or twice every week.


Ongoing maintenance treatments are recommended once every 4-6 weeks to support and prolong the results of your initial treatment course.


Benefits of Photo-Lite LED Light Therapy:

  • Reduces Fine Lines & Wrinkles
  • Stimulates Collagen
  • Increase cellular activity
  • Repairs skin damage
  • Tones and firms
  • Wound healing
  • Psoriasis & Dermatitis
  • Eczema & Rosacea
  • Calming and anti-inflammatory
  • Attacks acne causing bacteria (FDA approved)
  • Reduces sun burn & trauma to the skin


How To Get Started:


LED is great for reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improving uneven skin tone, reducing pores size and brightening the skin. The result is the complexion is plumped up with new collagen and elastin.


With absolutely no down-time, it can be easily done in your lunch break! La Peau offers an effective and pain-free approach to treating skin concerns – particularly ideal before a big event. Don’t wait too long for this treatment! Book your consultation TODAY!


Treatments that we Offer —

  • Photonlite LED PhotoTherapy Treatment – 20 minutes
  • Photonlite LED PhotoTherapy Treament (combined within any facial treatment) – 20 minutes


Call (07) 3207 4100 to book your next treatment or book online!

Address: Suite 12/120 Birkdale Road, Birkdale.



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