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The Benefits of Microneedling with Light Therapy for Skin, Scalp, and Hair. [ French Version]

Microneedling combined with light therapy has emerged as a highly effective and minimally invasive treatment for various dermatological conditions, including androgenic alopecia (AGA), stress-induced hair loss (telogen effluvium), as well as scalp and facial skin concerns.

Microneedling with Light Therapy

This article is a ‘Cliff note’ version of the original article published on international.celluma.com website and explores the synergistic benefits of microneedling and light therapy for promoting skin, hair, and scalp health.

Celluma Light Therapy is a non-invasive treatment that utilizes light energy to stimulate cellular activity and promote healing. The therapy employs LED lights of various wavelengths to target specific skin concerns and provide a range of benefits. This approach has proven effective in addressing acne, wrinkles, and pain management, among other conditions.


One of the main advantages of Celluma Light Therapy is its ability to combat acne. The blue light emitted by the device works by eliminating bacteria responsible for acne breakouts, reducing inflammation, and promoting skin healing. It is a safe and painless alternative to traditional acne treatments.


The red light option in Celluma Light Therapy is particularly effective in stimulating collagen production, which can help reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots. By increasing collagen synthesis, this therapy promotes skin rejuvenation and a more youthful complexion.

Moreover, Celluma Light Therapy is an excellent tool for managing pain and inflammation. The device’s infrared light penetrates deep into the body’s tissues, promoting circulation and relieving discomfort associated with various conditions such as arthritis, muscle soreness, and joint pain.

In addition to its skin-related benefits, Celluma Light Therapy has shown promising results in wound healing, improving circulation, and reducing inflammation in various medical applications.

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For individuals experiencing hair loss due to androgenetic alopecia, the combined effects of microneedling and light therapy offer promising results.

Microneedling, also known as dermal needling, involves the use of fine needles to create controlled micro-injuries on the skin, including the scalp.

This process triggers the body’s natural healing response, stimulating the production of collagen and elastin, which are crucial for healthy skin, hair, and scalp.

Studies have extensively documented the benefits of light therapy for hair growth and restoration:

  • stimulates cellular activity
  • increases ATP production
  • modulates reactive oxygen species
  • induces the production of various factors that promote hair growth
  • improve tissue oxygenation

It has been shown to significantly increase hair density in both men and women, making it an attractive option for individuals seeking non-pharmaceutical and non-invasive solutions for hair loss.


When microneedling is paired with LED light therapy, it enhances the overall treatment experience and outcomes for individuals with compromised skin and scalp conditions. LED therapy can be safely combined with a range of other treatments, including laser procedures, microdermabrasion, peels, and more.

Using LED therapy before or after these treatments helps prepare the tissue, facilitate healing, reduce discomfort, and amplify anti-aging and skin rejuvenation benefits. For hair loss treatment, light therapy protocols are typically longer, requiring several months of consistent commitment from patients.

Renowned dermal needling expert Dr. Lance Setterfield emphasizes the importance of using LED therapy following microneedling procedures. Dr. Setterfield, with decades of medical experience and expertise in cell-to-cell communication, supports the view that inflammation, traditionally considered essential for rejuvenation, is not necessary and can lead to scar tissue formation. Thus, applying LED therapy immediately after microneedling and using products that reduce inflammation post-treatment can optimize results.

To quote Dr Setterfield:

 “great results are possible with a paradigm shift of a “less is best” approach that facilitates greater patient compliance (not as painful), less risk of complications, and a price-point that creates access to a much broader market. The possibility of healthy skin and results is now attainable for the many, instead of the few.”


By featuring this article on esishow.com, spa professionals and enthusiasts will gain valuable insights into the transformative power of Celluma Light Therapy. It provides an overview of the technology’s benefits, helping readers understand how it can be integrated into their beauty and wellness routines.

Celluma Light Therapy is a renowned booth holder at ESI Beauty Spa Trade shows, and their innovative light therapy technology has gained significant attention and positive feedback.

Have questions or need more information? You are invited to read the full article on the Celluma Light Therapy blog!

ESI Spa-Show Blog Team

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