Red and Blue Light Therapy with combination treatments

The different colour lights generated by the OPERA mask for LED light therapy are designed to target specific clinical conditions.

The colour reflects the LED light that is being emitted.

For blue light therapy, the LED light emits light energy with a wavelength of 415nm. 415nm light has been proven to:

  • Promotes skin rejuvenation.
  • Promotes the body's anti-microbial effect
  • Stabilizes sebum secreting glands which reduces over production of sebum.
  • Calm the appearance of inflammation
  • Reduces the appearance of redness.

For red light therapy, the LED light emits light energy with a wavelength of 630nm,  630nm light energy has been clinically proven to improve skin rejuvenation. 

  • Contributes to the improvement of sun damage
  • Reduces the appearance of redness, blemishes, scarring, raised moles and white spots (milia)
  • Fading freckles, age spots and pigmentation.
  • Collagen + Elastin boosting, firming and toning
  • Ideal for reducing down-time after Botox or Dermal Fillers, as well as following; Laser, Micro-needling and Chemical Peel treatment.

Red and blue light therapy can also work in conjunction with each other, using both wavelengths together which will have a visual appearance of pink light; providing treatment for complex skin. Benefits include:

  • Anti-inflammatory properties, which helps reduce swelling
  • Stimulation of the mitochondrial and ATP within the skins cells, which creates and extends the life of anti-aging enzymes.

This mode is comprised of cycles of red, blue and pink light to combine the best of all 3 LED properties within one mode


Remember: With all light therapy using the OPERA LED facemask, treatment is enhanced with the addition of Infrared light of 830nm wavelength. Infrared light penetrates deeper into the skin than the visual 415nm and 630nm wavelength light, delivering light therapy benefits to the lower epidermal and dermal layers of the skin.


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