MediLUX LED Light Therapy​

MediLUX LED Light Therapy​

MediLUX LED Light Therapy

Light Emitting Diodes or LED therapy utilises specific wavelengths of light to treat a wide range of dermal conditions such as acne, ageing, sun damage, and pigmentation. The LED light enters the skin and travels via neurological pathways to specific cells in the skin to improve cellular performance, by triggering a natural bio-stimulatory effect in the tissue.

Our state-of-the-art LED light offers a variety of wavelength light settings, including red light therapy. Also, this treatment is customised and selected by our team of professionals depending on the specific concern being treated. To see the benefits and potential of this treatment, it’s important to have multiple sessions. We recommend having 4-6 sessions fortnightly for the best results; however, our nurses will help you determine how many sessions are optimal for you, as this treatment affects everyone differently.

Unlike other types of light therapy, LEDs don’t contain ultraviolet rays which means that they’re safe for regular use. However, there are some rare potential side effects that could be caused but it’s nothing that can’t be treated. This includes increased inflammation, redness, and rashes.

This treatment is non-invasive, painless, requires no recovery time, and is eligible for all skin types and concerns! We also offer our MediLUX LED light treatments as a stand-alone treatment or as an add-on for other modalities to enhance results.

Red light therapy produces a biochemical effect in cells that strengthen the mitochondria of skin cells. It penetrates 2 – 3 millimetres below the skin’s surface and has a wavelength of 633nm. It provides many benefits including:

  • Promoting wound healing & repair, making this the ideal treatment for post-laser recovery.
  • Stimulates collagen to help diminish fine lines & wrinkles.
    Stimulation of slow-healing wounds, (post-surgery scars, cuts, bruising, post-inflammatory pigment from acne legions etc.).
  • Improves hair growth in people with Androgenic Alopecia.
  • Reduces Psoriasis lesions.

The blue LED light has a wavelength of 420nm. The light penetrates a millimetre into the skin, directly targeting the epidermis. Other benefits include:

  • Works to kill acne-causing Bacteria called P. Acnes which are found on the surface of the skin.
  • No recovery time, & no adverse effects, making it a safe non-ablative way to treat acne.
  • Works in conjunction with other modalities and treatments.

Green light wavelength range has a direct effect on pigment-producing melanocyte cells by reducing the amount of pigment or melanin produced. It has a wavelength of 520nm allowing, for penetration deep enough to target cells that produce pigmentation.

The green LED light is ideal for treating skin pigmentation lesions such as solar lentigines, freckles, liver spots, and reddish/brown marks on the skin.

The Infrared LED light Penetrates 5 – 10mm into the skin with a wavelength of 840nm, which is more than red light therapy, thus making it the deepest penetrating light in the range. It can:

  • Assist with repairing an impaired skin barrier, which has been caused due to thermal injuries, photosensitivity, overuse of topical products and treatments.
  • Infrared therapy releases chemical messenger molecules in the cell that emulate wound healing responses in the skin.
    Ideal for photo rejuvenation, wound recovery, ulcers, recalcitrant lesions, cutaneous scleroderma, & has even been shown to treat cellulite.
  • Ideal post-surgery, post-laser recovery, post-ablative treatments, also ideal post injectables to minimise bruising & swelling
red light therapy at biba skin care clinic parramatta


Green, Blue, Infrared & Red Light Therapy

MediLUX green LED Light Therapy​

Why Choose Biba

Located in the heart of Parramatta, our team of experienced professionals are a highly passionate bunch. We love helping people feel comfortable in their own skin and making them feel as beautiful or handsome as possible. Our treatments are suited and available to everyone, so if you are interested in red light therapy or any of our other treatments, get in touch.

Additionally, the safety protocols that we have in place as well as staying up-to-date with the newest and best technology helps us to deliver the most effective results, ensuring that all customers who choose Biba Cosmetic Clinic are satisfied with our work.

MediLUX LED Light Therapy​ FAQs

MediLUX LED Light Therapy is a procedure involving specific wavelengths of light to treat various dermal concerns and conditions. After entering the skin, the LED light travels through neurological pathways to specific skin cells, triggering natural bio-stimulatory effects in the tissue and improving cellular function.

MediLUX LED Light Therapy can treat a variety of skin conditions including sun damage, acne, ageing, pigmentation, wrinkles, necklines, facial redness and uneven skin tones.

There are four types of LED light colours used in MediLUX LED Light Therapy:

  • Red light
  • Blue light
  • Green light
  • Infrared light


There is no downtime to consider after receiving MediLUX LED Light Therapy. This applies to all the different types of light available with the procedure.

All lights available in MediLUX LED Light Therapy are suitable for all skin tones and types. 

The red light in MediLUX LED Light Therapy helps wounds heal faster, including wounds from surgery, cuts and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. It can stimulate collagen which assists in reducing fine lines and wrinkles, while also reducing psoriasis lesions and improving hair growth in those suffering from androgenic alopecia.

The blue light in MediLUX Light Therapy kills propionibacterium acne bacteria and can also reduce swollen oil glands while even addressing issues with skin texture.

The green light in Medilux Light Therapy can treat solar lentigines, freckles, liver spots and reddish/brown skin marks. It can help correct skin tone and skin irritation for a fresher complexion overall.

You should avoid MediLUX Light Therapy if you are using topical treatments that can make you sensitive to sunlight or are taking acne medication such as Accutane.