About The Founder

Aungelique O’Regan is a qualified advanced aesthetic practitioner with a passion for helping people achieve their personal goals. Her previous experience over the years including ventures into dental nursing and health and wellness has led her to the launch of Bare Brilliance, an aesthetic non-surgical cosmetic practice.


PDT LED Light Therapy

LED Phototherapy

Available in Windsor and Chiswick

LED phototherapy uses two different colour light waves. These are absorbed by the skin to treat a variety of common skin conditions. LED phototherapy red; This light wave has powerful anti-ageing and anti-inflammatory effects on the skin. It helps the skins rejuvenation and healing properties. It is also an excellent treatment for sensitive skin conditions such as rosacea, eczema and psoriasis. LED phototherapy blue; This light wave has powerful anti-bacterial properties. It can be used to decongest and purify acne, normalise oil production and help generally problematic skin.

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(This treatment can be combined with most other treatments for just £30)


What Is Photodynamic Therapy?

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a form of treatment for skin ailments that uses special lights to target abnormal cells in the skin. It can be used as a treatment for numerous skin problems, both cosmetic and disease-related. This therapy is an effective treatment for both cancerous and precancerous cells. PDT is not harmful to healthy skin, but targets the abnormal or damaged cells. It can also be used to treat acne, wrinkles, age spots, rosacea, eczema, and more.

What Are the Benefits of PDT Light Therapy?

PDT is a safe and highly effective treatment for people of all skin types and colours. It will not burn or damage your healthy skin. Because PDT targets only the cells that are abnormal, it is an excellent choice for treating multiple areas on the skin without causing any damage to the surrounding skin. PDT is an outpatient procedure, and you can resume normal activities right after the treatment, although it is important that you avoid sun exposure and apply extra sunscreen for a few days after the procedure. 

What Can PDT Treat?

PDT, sometimes known as photochemotherapy, can be used to treat precancerous and cancerous cells in the skin. PDT is also a safe method of treating both acne and eczema. It is a high-quality treatment that can be quite effective for these and other skin ailments. The procedure is particularly effective at treating acne that may be resistant to other forms of treatment. If you are interested in trying PDT, please contact us and set up an appointment with our professional team at our Windsor and Chiswick locations.

What Can I Expect From Photodynamic Therapy?

Based on your individual case, treatment time and number of sessions may vary. We need your skin to be clean and clear of any products before the treatment, so before you come in, please thoroughly wash your face and do not apply any products (including sunscreen and moisturiser). We will prepare the skin for treatment and walk you through any questions or concerns you may have. After the procedure, you may experience some peeling or crusting of the skin. Our team at Bare Brilliance Aesthetics will let you know how to care for your skin after the treatment.

This video is going to be talking to you about prevention of the consequences that happen from sun damage, once you’ve already started experiencing the consequences.
So you’ve had pre-cancers or actinic keratosis treated by your local dermatologists, and sometimes those treatments are either through freezing or creams, but there’s also another treatment called light therapy. And light therapy is broken down into blue light and red light. And with each types of light therapy there are different activators, but the procedure is the same. And the goals are the same, and the reasons why we’re doing it are the same.
So when we freeze just one or two pre-cancers on an area, like a face, and we don’t really see much else going on, often what we do is we just freeze them and watch them. But if you start exhibiting lots of pre-cancers in different areas on your face, or maybe on top of your arms,
or maybe your head, we start to wonder how many more are lurking below the surface that we can’t see or feel. And then we usually recommend a treatment called a feel treatment, or an area treatment, so the feel of your face, or the feel of the top of your scalp, or the feel of your forearms, that sort of thing.
Once you start having enough signs of sun damage, that show as either pre-cancers or maybe even cancers, we want to do something to prevent more from popping up in the future.
There’s two basic modalities for that besides the sun protection, and all the other things that we’ve spoken about before. What this video is going to be talking to you about is how to prevent what’s already there. Whether we can see it, or we can’t see it.
So for these procedures we use a very specific light source, and
a very specific activator of that light source to cause preferential localized damage to the areas that are trying to turn cancerous. A lot of people ask, “Well if you’re using a light source to do this, and the sun is a light source that’s caused all this in the first place, aren’t we causing more damage?” And the answer is not really.
We’re causing damage to the areas that need to be damaged. The cells that are misbehaving, that are trying to turn cancerous. But we’re not causing any appreciable damage to the cells that are not trying to become problematic. The light therapy that we’re talking about treats a field. And what we do is we have you come into the clinic prepared for the area or for the field to be treated.
Now, what that means is that we do not want anything obstructing the special light that we’re gonna use from reaching your skin. So we want you to wash the area very well with the gentle cleanser, and pat dry, and then please don’t put anything on your skin. No moisturizers, no makeup, no sunscreens, nothing. So before you come in, wash the area thoroughly, pat dry.
We’d also like if you’re gonna be having treatment in an area that has hair, we’d like you to shave that hair off two days prior to the procedure.
Because light can’t penetrate through the hair to get to the skin where it needs to do the work. One thing that’s really important to let your dermatologists know, is if you have any of the conditions listed here, because those conditions might make the light treatment not optimal for you.
Another thing that you should let your dermatologist know, is if you get cold sores. Because if we’re treating an area like the face, and you happen to get cold sores, and we’re using a light source to activate the chemical that we put on, that activation could lead to a cold sore.  Even though this procedure tends not to have as severe side effects or reactions as those creams do, you still can get a fairly significant reaction.
One thing that you can try is for two days prior, for the day of, and two days after the procedure, you can take a daily dose of one of the non-sedating antihistamines. You start at two days before the procedure, continue at the day of the procedure, and two days after.
Now what’s gonna happen when you come into the clinic is we’re gonna make sure that the area is clean. So, please clean at first yourself, and then we will re-clean it. Then we’re going to take a special device called a curette, and basically it’s just a scraper. And for the really thick
pre-cancers that we see, we’re gonna usually scrape off the top of those, so that the medication we put on top, doesn’t have a very thick layer it has to penetrate through.
So what we’re doing right now is we’re scraping off the extra thick
pre-cancers, and that’s so that the medication that we’re about to put on can get to the area it needs to get, because if you have a big thick crust in an area, then the medication might not penetrate down. And the great thing about this treatment is, it’s treating the whole area. So even the ones we can’t see or feel yet, it’s going to be helping to treat. 
After an incubation period, we bring you back into the room ,we put on goggles so your eyes don’t get any excess light source, and then we put you underneath the light for a prescribed period of time. Your dermatologist will talk to you about how long that is. But usually it’s a little bit less than twenty minutes. Now when you’re under the light for the prescribed period of time, it’s gonna be hot and it’s gonna be irritating. It’s gonna feel like you’re getting a sunburn. Now we do have devices that can help decrease that sensation of the sunburn. Just talk to your local dermatologist if it’s getting too much, and we can always stop the treatment if you say that the sensation is too much.
So the first four days after this procedure, we really need you to be careful with getting more activation from the chemical that was put on your face by regular light sources. That includes the sun, that also includes indoor lights, computer screens, those sorts of things. So, please use lots of sunscreen. And your dermatologist will give you a handout for how to prepare for before, during, and after.
A safe pair of hands: my expertise

My commitment to being up to date with the very latest techniques and methods is one which has seen me attend over twenty seminars and successfully complete numerous training courses in non surgical cosmetic procedures. All of these through accredited and internationally renowned institutions. These include safe practice, basic life support and infection control.

Ensuring client safety is a number one priority. To this end I am licensed, insured and trained in complications and medical emergencies. I am also an active member of the Association of Cosmetic Practitioners of Britain.