Dermalux ® LED Phototherapy in Wimbledon and Raynes Park.

Everything you need to know.

Dermalux ® LED Phototherapy is a multi-award winning treatment that combines clinically proven wavelengths of light delivered at therapeutic doses to naturally stimulate skin rejuvenation and resolve problem skin conditions for the face and body. It reduces the visible signs of ageing, pigmentation and environmental damage and resolves inflammatory skin conditions such as acne and rosacea. Dermalux ® LED Phototherapy is available at Stratum Clinics Wimbledon and Raynes Park, book your treatment today.

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What does Dermalux ® LED Phototherapy do?

LED Phototherapy is the application of beneficial light to our skin to stimulate various cellular processes to produce a therapeutic effect. Dermalux ® uses evidence-based wavelengths delivered at a skin-enhancing intensity and dose to activate cellular renewal and repair, fuel the manufacture of collagen and elastin, reduce inflammation and destroy acne causing bacteria.

While Ultra Violet (UV) light can be damaging, controlled levels of Red, Blue and Near Infrared light can produce vitamin D, providing energy and serotonin, as well as accelerating tissue healing. By harnessing the power of three specifically chosen light waves and applying them to the skin at clinically proven wavelengths, Dermalux® stimulates cellular reactions, recharging the cells and energising them to heal quicker and rejuvenate faster, resulting in improved tissue repair and reduced inflammation. A different combination of the lights will be used during the treatment depending on your skin and the results you are looking to achieve.

Dermalux can be used on acne to kill acne bacteria. Active acne will be visibly reduced in a few treatment sessions and, with continued use, LED will prevent facial acne returning. The treatment can also be used to help treat Rosacea, reducing the appearance of red blood vessels, and Psoriasis, by preventing bacterial infection and relieving itchiness, the UV free light stimulates the body’s own natural response for healing.

Following a treatment, there are some immediate visible changes in the skin but most changes occur naturally over a series of treatments. During your consultation at Stratum Clinics Wimbledon and Raynes Park, your dermatologist will advise the best combination of light and course of treatment depending on the condition of your skin.

Led phototherapy taking place

Dermalux ® LED Phototherapy can be used for:

Skin rejuvenation
Reduce pigmentation
Reduce signs of ageing

Results and Reviews of Dermalux ® LED Phototherapy

Skin Rejuvenation

Total 10 sessions:
1 per week for 10 weeks

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Reducing Redness

Total 8 sessions:
2 sessions a week for 4 weeks

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Very wonderful, loved every minute of it and she was amazing, can’t wait to come back! Felt very comfortable

EmHad Dermalux ® LED Phototherapy

Visited the clinic last week, it was brilliant. Seen quickly and the consultants were all lovely and very helpful.

LucyHad Dermalux ® LED Phototherapy


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A member of the team will then book you an appointment with one of our specialists. Lines open 8am-6pm, Monday to Friday.

Frequent Asked Questions.

How many treatments will I need?

The number of treatments can vary with age, skin type and condition. With LED Phototherapy the results are cumulative. Treatments taken in quick succession will achieve optimum results and maintenance treatments may also be recommended. Furthermore, as phototherapy does not harm the skin, there is no limit to the amount of treatment you can have.

How long will the results last?

Results can last for several months following a course of LED Phototherapy treatments. However, as with any skin treatment, maintenance sessions are advised to ensure lasting results.

How soon can I expect to see results?

With LED Phototherapy the visible effects are immediate. After just one treatment skin is incredibly hydrated, plump and radiant and any redness and irritation is calmed.

Are there any side effects?

No. There is no risk of irritation, side effects or down time that may be associated with more invasive procedures.

Is LED Phototherapy safe?

LED Phototherapy is a heat free treatment that does not contain harmful UV wavelengths and therefore cannot damage skin tissue or create photosensitivity. It is clinically proven to be safe for all skin types, including darker skins and the most sensitive skin conditions.

Will LED Phototherapy give me a tan?

No. LED Phototherapy does not contain the harmful UV rays that stimulate the melanin in the skin to produce a ‘sun tan’ effect.

Can I go in the sun after LED Phototherapy?

Yes. As LED therapy does not create photosensitivity, it is a safe treatment directly pre and post sun exposure.

Does LED light therapy work equally on all skin types?

The treatment times have been calculated to ensure optimum results. Darker skins may require longer exposure times to have the same level of effectiveness.

Can makeup be reapplied directly after the treatment?

Yes. The treatment should be followed by the application of suitable skin care products including a sunscreen. Makeup can then be applied.

Is Dermalux™ LED Phototherapy the best treatment for my skin?

Everyone can benefit from LED Phototherapy. It reverses the signs if ageing, clears acne and blemishes and accelerates healing.

What skin conditions can be treated with LED Phototherapy?

LED Phototherapy is clinically proven for the treatment of a wide range of skin, including acne, rosacea, eczema, lines and wrinkles, pigmentation, sun damage, dehydration and open pores.

Why Stratum Dermatology Clinics?

When having treatment, it is vital that the person conducting the treatment is both qualified and experienced, as well as the facilities you are having the treatment in are clean and safe. By choosing to have Dermalux at Stratum Dermatology Clinic Wimbledon and Raynes Park, you can be sure on all of the above.

We work with leading experts in the field of dermatology to ensure you have the best experience and treatment. Stratum clinics are regulated by the Care Quality Commission, are part of the British Association of Dermatologists and are top rated by patients on Doctify. Both Stratum Dermatology Clinics and the consultants who work here are recognised by the main healthcare insurance providers.

More about our Wimbledon and Raynes Park Clinic

Stratum Dermatology Clinic in Wimbledon


Stratum Clinics Wimbledon & Raynes Park
Lambton Road Medical Centre
1 Lambton Road
SW20 0LW

The clinic can be accessed by rail, car, bus or by foot. The nearest train station is Raynes Park and the clinic is just short walk from the London bound platform. There is on street parking available and the local Waitrose has parking for up to two hours which is just around the corner. We see patients from across London and Surrey. The clinic is easily accessible by train or the A3 from Surrey, Surbiton, Sutton, Kingston, New Malden, Croyden and further afield.


0800 048 9230

020 3965 2041

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While appointments can be made available outside usual hours in special circumstances, our core hours are:

Monday8.30am – 8.00pm
Tuesday8.30am – 8.00pm
Wednesday8.30am – 8.00pm
Thursday8.30am – 8.00pm
Friday8:30am – 8.00pm
Saturday9:00am – 1.00pm



GMC: 6054088
Qualifications: MBBS BSc MRCP MRCP (Derm)

Dr Jana is the Clinical Lead at Stratum Clinics Wimbledon and Raynes Park. He is also a Consultant Dermatologist at Kingston Hospital, appointed in 2011. He developed the dermatology service at Kingston and Raynes Park Health Centre and Community sites with excellent patient feedback.

Throughout his training he has won several prizes at the Royal Society of Medicine and the British Association of Dermatologists Annual Conference. He actively teaches dermatology to undergraduates and postgraduates and is involved in GP education with organising a GP skin club.. He is currently the South London British Association of Dermatology Regional representative and is the co-editor of the Clinical and Experimental Dermatology Journal.
Dr Natkunarajah is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians. He is Educational Supervisor at Kingston for the Dermatology Trainees (2011- 2017).

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