Light 525AŽSkin Lightener
Ref. : 525.
This revolutionary anti-ageing youth treatment uses a particular light wavelengh to prevent and reduce brown spots and lighten the skin that have been particularly weakened by time, pollution and UV rays (eye contour, lips, hands, neck).
The TALIKA laboratories have designed Light 525AŽ, a portable device whose light wave regulates the production of melanin, responsible for skin color and pigmentation.
Clinical test have proven that daily 3 minutes applications help visibly brighten the skin and tone down dark spots after 4 weeks of use.
How light works in lightening treatments
Light is composed of particles that travel at 300,000 km/second, whilst vibrating at a variable frequency.
The low frequencies of these vibrations correspond to invisible waves (radio, satellite, etc.).
If the frequency increases it becomes detectable to our eyes and enters the realm of visible light (which is composed of a series of colors, from orange to violet).
Beyond a certain frequency, we talk of ultra-violet light, and if we increase it even further, we reach the field of very high energy: X rays and then gamma rays.
light 525AŽ, caring light sources.
In the 1970s, NASA, thanks to its experience with space flight, revealed that the cell metabolism is reanimated by visible light. This property of animal cells to responded positively to light makes them similar to plant cells, which cannot without sunlight:
in the same way as during the plant photosynthesis process, light comes into contact with the cells and activates their metabolism. With the appearance of new light sources such as light 590AŽ and light 525AŽ: use the light rays corresponding to a spread of pure colors ranging from blue to red. These rays, with no heat source, emitted by diodes, activates the cells deep down and obtains spectacular results.
Light525AŽ skin lightener:
The diodes continuously emit a precise frequency (525 nm) in a controlled manner so as to prevent and reduce brown spots and lighten the skin.
Melanocytes synthesize melanin pigments, which are responsible for skin coloring. When melanin is produced regularly and constantly, skin pigmentation is uniform.
With the combined effects of skin ageing and UV rays, melanin production can be affected. The skin loses its glow and, over time, brown spots appear up to 2cm in diameter. They are generally found on the face, hands and forearms.
Moreover, over the age of 50, the skin undergoes transformations that change the appearance of the pigment spots. The skin becomes thinner. The melanocytes, highly concentrated in dark pigments, get closer to the skin surface and are therefore more visible.
After 30 days: -30.3% pigmentation
After 60 days: -46% pigmentation