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LED THERAPY - add on


30 min

Instant Glow before your event or intense skin rejuvenation? Easy done with Dermalux LED light therapy.

The dermalux® Flex MD is a medically CE-certified device. It is a non-invasive treatment that delivers clinically proven therapeutic light energy for rejuvenating and corrective benefits. It is the only machine able to provide 3 clinically evidenced wavelengths (Red, Infrared and Blue light) simultaneously for maximum skin-enhancing results. 

It is good for skin rejuvenation, dry skin, pigmentation, acne, redness, dull skin tone, vascular problems, sensitivity, psoriasis, wound healing, pain, relaxation, musculoskeletal pain and more.


  • anti-bacterial action without irritation

  • helps acne and blemish-prone skin

  • improves skin clarity

  • anti-inflammatory effects

  • improves psoriasis

  • post-procedure to minimise breakouts & infection

  • boost collagen & elastin

  • reduces fine lines

  • improves skin texture & tone

  • increases natural hydration

  • stimulates circulation & lymphatic system

  • restores optimum cell function

  • advanced skin rejuvenation benefits

  • calms redness & irritation

  • reduces pigmentation

  • stimulates vascular repair

  • accelerates wound healing

  • ideal for the most sensitive skin


$50 add on - $89 Stand-alone


Specific wavelengths (such as Blue Light, Red Light and Near-Infrared Light) are absorbed by the skin to stimulate cell renewal and collagen production, resolve problem skin conditions such as acne, and redness and accelerate skin healing. It is a safe and pain-free treatment without downtime.

Following a single Flex MD session, you can expect immediate improvement in skin tone, hydration and luminosity whilst the beneficial light simultaneously stimulate deeper cell processes for longer-lasting benefits in the skin. For sensitive skin conditions, the Flex MD offers relief from redness and irritation.

The Flex Md is an essential treatment for optimum skin health and well-being as part of a regular skincare routine. It is also recommended in combination with skin treatments to enhance and accelerate results.

During your session, you can decide to listen to Coralie's Meditation Facial session or the meditation/music of your choice.


The number of sessions recommended depends on a number of factors such as age, skin type, the severity of the indication, lifestyle, expectations and more. However, treatment results are cumulative, and sessions taken in close succession are generally recommended.

Generally, a course of 12 sessions at a frequency of 2 sessions per week is recommended.

Due to cell activation, results can last for several weeks following a course of treatments. However, regular maintenance treatments are advised to extend results as part of an ongoing skin health programme. 


​A gentle cleanse is done prior to your treatment and our beloved & popular 3-steps French & Organic skincare Ritual is applied afterward, leaving you fully replenished ad ready to go on with your day.  


Add LED to any of your treatments.


  • ​​​drink water or fresh vegetable juice

  • rest

  • have a healthy light meal

  • welcome any emotions

  • pay attention to your body's reaction

  • urinate

  • avoid skin stimulation (sun, wind, cold, heat, rubbing)


  • epilepsy or seizures triggered by light

  • porphyria

  • lupus erythematosus

  • photosensitive eczema

  • hypomelanism (albinism)

  • active cancers

  • St John Wart if taken regularly in high doses

  • pregnancy as it has not been tested on pregnant women

  • eye disease and conditions

  • light induces migraines

  • a recent introduction to vitamin A or new skincare or TRETINOIN

  • wait 7 days after stopping for medication for/such as antibiotics, chemotherapy, rheumatoid arthritis & psoriasis, neuroleptic and anti-psychotic, anti-arrhythmic and heart conditions, retinoids oral/topical, anti-arthritic, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs,

  • which are: Tetracycline, Doxycycline, Norfloxacin, Nalidixic acid, Minocycline, Oxytetracycline, Demeclocycline, Sulfonamides, Methotrexate, Halotexate, Chlorpromazine, Trifluoperazine, Amiodarone, Isotretinoin, Roacuttane, Auranofin, Azathioprine, Naproxen, Celecoxib.

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