Light therapy is an extremely versatile and powerful tool in the hands of the right provider. At TCMA, Dr Amy and her team can use this treatment to create meaningful improvement in a variety of different aesthetic concerns. Its ability to create this change in an extremely low-stakes and low-risk environment is one of the many reasons we find many patients partial to this type of treatment.

Our Philosophy

The Centre for Medical Aesthetics operates on one paramount tenet: your aesthetic journey is as important as any other medical venture you embark on. Your concerns aren’t “just cosmetic.” Aesthetic care is still care, and we promise to treat them with equal gravitas.

Why Might Someone Consider Healite II?

Many of our patients are turning to Healite to address the following conditions:

  • Fine lines
  • Wrinkles
  • Skin laxity
  • Discolouration
  • Acne
  • Hair loss
  • Post procedure healing

Is Healite II Right for Me?


  • Do you have wrinkling, laxity, discolouration, or acne you would like to address?
  • Have you noticed the development of hair loss?
  • Do you have realistic expectations about what this treatment can achieve?
  • Have you done your own research into the treatment?
  • Do you have any preexisting conditions that might affect your treatment?

If you are experiencing any of the conditions listed above, including the loss of hair, then Healite II is technically a treatment that you could consider. But it is also important to recognize that, as a nonsurgical procedure, its results are limited when compared to surgical alternatives. 

So, we always recommend doing ample amounts of research to get a keen understanding of what can be achieved and what the process will be every step of the way. That way, you can develop realistic expectations and avoid becoming disappointed by a treatment that would otherwise be considered successful. 

Make sure you mention any preexisting conditions or medications during your consultation. Very few factors can prevent treatment from being ideal, but we should always make sure to have the full picture in view and make a determination with all the information. Your safety is the most important component of candidacy and any treatment.

Understanding the Healite II Process

At our practice, our first and foremost goal is to make sure you feel comfortable and confident about the decision to have a treatment performed. We won’t encourage you to have anything done that you aren’t ready for or undergo any procedure that we don’t think will ultimately get you closer to your ideal results.

– Dr. Amy

A Consultation with The Centre for Medical Aesthetics


  • Our mission isn’t to sell you on a treatment, it’s to help you on your journey.
  • Make sure you take advantage of your consultation time as much as possible.
  • Even if you don’t sign up for a treatment, we are here to help you.

We take a different approach than most other aesthetic clinics when it comes to our consultations. The most drastic is that our primary goal is not to convince you to sign up for an aesthetic treatment but to help you along your journey and tell you the best route forward. 

We will happily tell you if Healite II can help you achieve your goals, but if it can’t, we won’t recommend it. We might have an alternative that is better suited for you, but sometimes, the best option is one that doesn’t include an aesthetic procedure, and we will not prioritise signing you up for treatment over your aesthetic journey.

This is why we also urge you to come as prepared as possible for your consultation. Keep all the questions you have on a piece of paper or a note on your phone. That way, when the day comes and you are caught up in the excitement, you won’t forget to ask any important questions.

Making the most of your consultation also means that you will be fully informed as you decide whether you want to proceed with Healite II treatment. But, don’t worry — even if you decide it isn’t the best decision for you right now, we will still be here to help you if you ever have questions in the future.

How to Prepare for Your Healite II

You do not need to worry about any extensive preparation for this treatment. Try to come in with clean, undamaged skin and we will be able to conduct the treatment as planned. We always recommend doing your best to avoid excessive sun exposure and make sure to clear any topical treatments with us so that we can ensure your treatment is as comfortable as possible.

The Healite II Process


  • Healite II uses specialised LED light therapy to improve certain cosmetic conditions.
  • Treatments can take anywhere from 10 to 60 minutes.
  • We minimise any impact on your schedule as much as possible.
  • This is a great option for working professionals or busy schedules.
  • Maintenance treatment will help retain optimal results.

Like many cosmetic treatments on the market, Healite II focuses on triggering the body’s natural healing response to combat various cosmetic conditions. It achieves this by utilising a particular wavelength of light that can penetrate more deeply than other light-based therapies.

As the light device is angled toward the skin and hits the inner tissue, it affects cellular activity and pushes the cell to function at its most productive ability.  Namely, there is an increase in NAD+ – a molecule that increases energy production for the cell.  In turn, collagen, elastin, and other healing factors are boosted. This, in turn, helps improve textural and tonal concerns, and can even help stimulate hair growth. 

A full treatment can take anywhere from 10 to 60 minutes, depending on the level of correction and the size of the area being treated. This makes it an easy option for anyone with a busy schedule — working professionals, busy parents, students, etc. We do our best to make sure you receive top-quality treatment as efficiently as possible.

Healite II Results

Healite II is a versatile treatment, and the speed and strength of your results are going to differ based on what unique conditions we are tackling. But, in general, it will always take some time for your results to become immediately noticeable, usually around two to four weeks. As sessions progress, those results become even more noticeable as the treatments begin to compound.

You Can Trust Us

We know finding someone you can trust in the medical aesthetic space can be difficult. Our goal isn’t just to earn your trust, it is to continue to deserve it every step we take together.

If you want to learn more about how Healite II can help you on your journey, call our office on (02) 96699464 or fill out our online contact form. We are looking forward to giving you the attention and quality care you deserve.

Let’s Talk: Frequently Asked Questions

What Risks Are Associated with Healite II?

Healite II treatment carries some minor risks. The bright light can cause eye discomfort, so protective goggles are essential. If you take any medications or supplements that increase photosensitivity, consult your doctor before starting treatment. Mild skin irritation, redness, or dryness might occur in rare cases, but these effects typically resolve quickly. For individuals with a history of cold sores, light therapy may sometimes trigger a Herpes Simplex Virus outbreak.

It’s crucial to have any undiagnosed skin lesions or growths evaluated by a doctor before undergoing Healite II. This ensures that any potential skin conditions are properly diagnosed and treated, and light therapy doesn’t interfere with necessary medical care.

Are There Any Post-Treatment Instructions to Follow?

Since it’s noninvasive, you won’t experience any downtime and can get right back to your normal routine. Feel free to wear makeup and use your regular skincare products immediately after treatment. Remember, sun protection is always a good idea, but it’s especially important after Healite II as your skin might be slightly more sensitive. Stay hydrated by drinking lots of water to support your skin’s health.

Let’s Talk About Fine Lines and Wrinkles

There are two main types of wrinkles: static and dynamic, each with its own cause and characteristics. Static wrinkles are like permanent etchings on our skin. Unlike dynamic wrinkles,  they’re always there due to factors like loss of facial volume and the natural breakdown of collagen over time. Think of them as the smile lines that linger even when you’re not smiling, or marionette lines around the mouth.

Dynamic wrinkles, on the other hand, occur during expressions. They appear when we make specific facial movements – squinting, frowning, raising our eyebrows in surprise. Crow’s feet around the eyes, frown lines between the eyebrows, and the lines that form on our forehead when we’re deep in thought are all examples of dynamic wrinkles.

Let’s Talk About Volume Loss

As we age, several key changes impact facial fullness. The first is the redistribution and decline of fat within our tissues. Our faces tend to lose their fat stores, creating a less plump and more sunken appearance often associated with ageing. Secondly, collagen, the abundant protein responsible for keeping our skin firm, gradually breaks down. This decline, starting as early as our 20s, becomes increasingly noticeable alongside the loss of facial volume.

Let’s Talk About Hair Loss

A primary contributor to hair loss is the change in our hair follicles. With time, they shrink and begin to produce thinner, finer strands of hair. Additionally, our hair’s growth cycle can slow down, meaning it takes longer for new hair to replace what’s been shed. These changes,  alongside factors like hormonal shifts and genetics, lead to the hair thinning and potential hair loss that many of us experience with age.

Let’s Talk About Acne

Acne, while often associated with teenagers, can plague us well into adulthood. Several factors contribute to those pesky breakouts:

  • Hormones: Fluctuations in hormones, particularly androgens, can trigger excess oil production. This oil clogs our pores, creating the perfect environment for acne-causing bacteria to thrive.
  • Excess Oil: Our skin naturally produces sebum to keep it moisturized. However, overproduction can lead to clogged pores and breakouts.
  • Dead Skin Buildup: Our skin sheds dead cells regularly, but those cells can sometimes mix with oil and get trapped inside pores, leading to inflammation and breakouts.
  • Bacteria: A type of bacteria normally found on our skin, P. acnes, can multiply in clogged pores, further worsening inflammation and contributing to acne.

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