light energy to repair damaged and aging cells

Cold Laser Therapy, also known as low-level laser or light therapy, is a treatment that utilizes specific types of light to interact with tissue.

LE MAGIC LASER MASTER, cold laser therapy, is the equipment working on light energy technology. It combines different wavelength (from 400 nm to 950 nm) of healing light energy to eliminate excessive free radical, repair damaged and aging cells and accelerate the regeneration of cells to achieve multifunctional cosmetic results.


Red Light - the energizing power increases catalase activity of mitochondrion and generation of ATP to energize body cells and accelerate cell metabolism and collagen production. 

For that radiating, wow skin texture, our non-invasive LED light therapy works at a cellular level (especially great to fight active acne and rosacea). The soothing, deep penetrating LED lights target deep into cells heightening their internal functions, photo-stimulating dermal blood flow and create faster healing so your skin always looks rejuvenated.


Red Light therapy rejuvenates the skin by:

  • increasing collagen production in the skin, which gives the skin its elasticity

  • increasing fibroblast production, which helps produce collagen and other tissue fibers

  • increasing circulation between blood and tissue cells

  • protecting cells from damage

  • increasing mRNA in the cells, which helps stimulate the cell

  • improving facial texture

  • reducing fine lines

  • reducing wrinkle severity

Yellow Light - the detoxification power increases the flow of lymphatic fluid and microcirculation to stimulate body metabolism and discharge of toxins.

Yellow Light Therapy is the deepest penetrating medical-grade treatment. It targets the light receptors on our cells which then converts the light into energy. The cells are then fuelled with all the energy that they need to be able to function at optimal ability.

The Yellow Light also triggers the lymphatic system, improving the removal of toxins from the treated area. Yellow Light Therapy is used to increase wound healing, collagen induction, skin hydration and the overall health of the skin.

Yellow Light Therapy is perfect to use after microdermabrasion, RF Micro-Needling treatments to help speed up skin recovery and maximize the benefits from your treatments.

Green Light - the cleaning power can be absorbed into the skin to achieve the de-pigmentation effect.

Green Light slows down melanin production from 40-60% decrease. This light is absorbed by the blood and can penetrate and trigger repairs in the capillary beds, calming redness & inflammatory problems.

Blue Light - the soothing power controls sebum generation, opens pores, and kills fungus.

Blue Light Therapy specifically targets acne bacteria that cause acne lesions. By removing the bacteria, this treatment reduces active acne.

We recommend six treatments a week or two apart, followed by a maintenance treatment every month or two to achieve desired results.


  • Smooth lines and wrinkles

  • Diminish pigmentation

  • Minimize and diminish pores

  • Stimulate acne healing

  • Soothe sun-damaged skin

  • Soothe allergic skin

  • Accelerate wound healing

  • Treat psoriasis and eczema

  • Stimulate hair rejuvenation 


What does Cold Laser procedure feel like?

A cold laser looks something like a flashlight. During treatment the therapist will point the cold laser over the source of the problem for up to 15 minutes. During this time the laser will emit a red light which does not produce heat. Cold laser therapy is a painless treatment. Most patients report feeling nothing at all during treatment though a few do feel a minor tingling.

Is there research to support the effectiveness of cold laser therapy?

Over 2500 research reports on cold laser therapy have been published. Of these, more than 90% verify the clinical effectiveness of laser therapy and its value as a treatment.

Are there side effects?

No side effects have been reported in the clinical trials or current clinical literature on cold laser therapy. Low-level lasers aren’t experimental tools, they’ve been used successfully in the medical field for over 30 years and the FDA defines then as a “non-significant” risk.

What is cold laser therapy good for?

Cold laser therapy has been found to improve the condition of injured soft tissue (muscles, tendons and ligaments) and relieve both acute and chronic pain. It's helpful for treating many chronic-pain conditions such as arthritis, back pain, tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome and fibromyalgia. Other positive effects of cold laser therapy include:

  • Boosts the immune system
  • Develops collagen
  • Helps rebuild muscle tissue
  • Generates healthy new cells
  • Increases the speed of tissue repair
  • Increased blood supply
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Speeds wound healing and promotes clot formation
  • Stimulates nerve functions

How many treatments will I need?

The number of treatments required for each patient’s specific problem depends on their condition or injury and can be determined during a consultation by our techichians. There is no set amount, though an FDA study recommends 15 sessions. Some patients respond quickly to cold laser therapy and feel their symptoms are relieved after only a few visits and some patients require more.