Supercharge your skin at the cellular level with LED phototherapy. Using clinically proven technology, Kokon NÜ Visage emits concentrated wavelengths of light to enhance your skin's natural ability to produce energy, stimulating collagen production and increasing cell turnover from the inside out.
Backed by countless peer-reviewed clinical studies, LED therapy has been proven to improve blood flow and tissue oxygenation through a process called photobiomodulation, helping to rebuild damage caused by the aging process. This at-home treatment is safe, non-invasive, and painless.
When you use the Kokon NÜ Visage, the LEDs emit light photons into your skin that are then absorbed by your cells resulting in a multitude of biochemical reactions based on the spectrum of light photons emitted.
Unlike other phototherapy devices, the Kokon NÜ Visage gives you the ability to tailor your treatment based on your unique needs by offering 3 customizable settings using 4 distinct wavelengths of light.
Collagen, a protein naturally produced by the body, is what keeps the skin from sagging, giving it that plump, youthful look. Beginning in our mid-20s, our body’s natural collagen production begins to decrease resulting in thinner, drier, more fragile skin. This natural decrease can be exacerbated by sun exposure, diet, lifestyle, and other environmental factors.
Red (625 nm) and near-infrared (850 nm) light work together to penetrate to the deepest layers of the skin being absorbed by photoreceptors in the cells, kickstarting a series of metabolic events in the body boosting collagen production, prompting cellular repair, restoring elasticity, reducing fine lines, and improving circulation, resulting in a more vibrant complexion and youthful appearance.
Furthermore, by stimulating the mitochondria, red light enhances the cellular respiration process that produces ATP (adenosine triphosphate), a form of energy that encourages your body’s innate ability to heal and boosts serotonin levels (the “happy” hormone), leading to improved mood and energy levels making it a great treatment for those in northern climates whose winters offer reduced natural sunlight.
Our skin’s pores connect to oil glands under the skin by way of its follicles, which produce and secrete an oily liquid called sebum. Sebum carries dead skin cells through the follicles to the surface of the skin. Pimples grow when these follicles get blocked, and oil and bacteria build up under the skin.
The bacteria responsible for the resulting inflammation (Propionibacterium acnes) are sensitive to the shorter wavelengths of blue light (460 nm), which trigger photochemical oxidation neutralizing pimples and decreasing the inflammation associated with acne scarring. With consistent treatments, you should notice a significant improvement in your skin’s texture for all types of cystic or inflammatory acne.
Rosacea and other redness of the skin is caused by facial blood vessels dilating, giving the face a more flushed appearance.
By getting absorbed into the keratinocytes and melanocytes, the cells found in the epidermis, the outermost layer of the skin, yellow light (590 nm) works to boost lymphatic flow increasing the production of red blood cells in the body, ultimately banishing redness and rejuvenating skin cells creating a smoother and more even complexion. Yellow light’s shallower penetration level helps decrease the size of blood vessels, making it ideal for treating skin conditions such as discoloration, sunburn, rosacea, and redness.