attractive young woman with clear skin promoting lightstim led light facial


LightStim harnesses the power of light to rejuvenate your skin naturally. The advanced LED facial combines multiple wavelengths of LED light to improve various skin issues, including wrinkles and acne.

The 20-minute treatment is entirely non-invasive. There is no pain or downtime. Thus, LightStim is especially suited for people wanting to rejuvenate their skin without chemicals, lasers, or surgical interventions.


  • Reduce the appearance of wrinkles
  • Improve acne
  • Rejuvenates skin naturally
  • Improves tone and texture
  • Leave skin with a healthy glow
  • No lasers, chemicals, or scalpels
  • No pain or downtime
  • Safe on all skin types
  • Synergizes with other treatments + products
  • Soothing + calming facial


LightStim before and after images demonstrate the efficacy of this LED light facial. As with any cosmetic procedure, individual results may vary.* However, the individuals in these images are genuine patients. Furthermore, LightStim is the only FDA-cleared LED facial to have its efficacy supported by clinical research.

woman with crows feet after treated with LightStim Led Light Therapy
acne face after treated with LightStim Led Light Therapy


The LightStim ProPanel is a sophisticated system for performing LED therapy on the skin. The system comes equipped with four panels for full-face coverage. Its MultiWave Patented Technology emits multiple wavelengths of light simultaneously. This means better results in less time.


LED therapy offers many therapeutic uses and is supported in more than 200 scientific articles. When applied to a cosmetic setting, the LED treatments stimulate your skin’s natural rejuvenation process and improve and prevent acne.

COLORED LIGHT THERAPY: The LED facial exposes the skin to light-emitting diodes (LED.) These diodes have different wavelengths (colors). Each color penetrates the skin at different depths and triggers different biological responses.

For example, red light penetrates the skin and heats the deeper tissues of the dermis. Red light, therefore, is used to rejuvenate the skin at a cellular level. In contrast, blue light targets the surface of the skin. Blue light, therefore, is used to improve surface irregularities and combat acne.

LightStim for Wrinkles:

The LightStim ProPanel Anti-Aging Light reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It combines four different wavelengths of red light:

  • Amber 605 nm
  • Red 630 nm
  • Red 660 nm
  • Infrared 855 nm

The spectrum of Red-Light Therapy heats the deep tissues of the skin. The thermal heating stimulates the skin’s natural rejuvenation process. This improves blood flow and triggers cellular renewal. RED wavelengths also stimulate fibroblasts to create more collagen. Collagen is a structural protein that fortifies the skin and keeps it looking firm, young, and healthy. As we get older, the collagen in our skin breaks down. This leads to laxity and wrinkles.

By improving blood flow, promoting cellular renewal, and increasing the production of collagen, red light therapy helps reduce wrinkles, helps tighten and tone skin, and provides your complexion with a younger, healthier appearance.

LightStim for Acne:

The LightStim ProPanel Acne Light is excellent at combating active acne and preventing future breakouts. It combines both Red (630 nm), and Blue (415 nm) LED light.

Scientific research shows the combination of red and blue wavelengths creates a synergistic effect for reducing acne. Blue light provides a micro-bacterial effect, killing the surface bacteria that cause acne. It also inhibits overactive oil glands from producing too much sebum (the oil that causes acne.) This helps prevent breakouts.

When combined, blue and red light has a cumulative effect, reducing redness and inflammation associated with active acne.


The LightStim facial provides men and women with an effective skin treatment at an affordable price. Nevertheless, specific LightStim cost varies per individual. Price points fluctuate depending on the type of treatment performed, the number of treatments purchased, and discounts when pairing the treatment with other cosmetic procedures.

During your free consultation with Numa Spa, the cost will be discussed in detail. If light therapy is right for you, we will customize a treatment plan that is tailored to your skin, optimized towards your goals, and suited to your budget.


After your LED facial, you should immediately notice a healthy glow. When treating acne, many patients begin seeing results in as little as four weeks. For wrinkle reduction, patients begin to see results at eight weeks. However, individual experiences may vary.


Rejuvenate your skin, reduce wrinkles, or combat acne, naturally. Take the first step by scheduling a free consultation with NUMA Spa. As the leading medical spa for light Therapy and LED facials in Newport News, VA, NUMA Spa can help you reclaim your confidence with clear, healthy, youthful-looking skin. Contact Numa Spa online or by calling (757) 223 5800 today.


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