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Explain led skin rejuvenation?

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Dr. John Ebner
Dermatology
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In brief: Collagen Production

Led (light emitting diode) skin rejuvination suposedly stimulates collagen-producing cells in the skin called fibroblasts to increase the production and deposition of collagen into the middle skin layer (dermis) reducing fine lines and wrinkles.
It is also thought to inhibit inflammation and bacterial growth on the skin and inside the hair follicle. This is why it is often used to treat acne.

In brief: Collagen Production

Led (light emitting diode) skin rejuvination suposedly stimulates collagen-producing cells in the skin called fibroblasts to increase the production and deposition of collagen into the middle skin layer (dermis) reducing fine lines and wrinkles.
It is also thought to inhibit inflammation and bacterial growth on the skin and inside the hair follicle. This is why it is often used to treat acne.
Dr. John Ebner
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