Treating Skin Conditions:

This program leverages the complementary benefits of both red and blue light therapy to address acne and skin conditions effectively. Red light therapy aids in reducing inflammation and promoting healing, while blue light therapy targets acne-causing bacteria.

Your Personalised Program:

Type of Light:

Red Light: Penetrates deeper into the skin to reduce inflammation and promote healing.

Blue Light: Targets and destroys acne-causing bacteria on the skin's surface.

Duration and Frequency:

Duration: Sessions should last between 10 to 20 minutes.

Distance: Hold the device 6-12 inches from the target area.

Frequency: Conduct treatments twice daily for the initial two weeks, then reduce to once daily as improvements are observed.

Expected Results Timeline:

Initial Improvement: Visible changes can be expected within 4 to 6 weeks of consistent treatment.

Continued Use: For sustained results, continue the program for at least 12 weeks, with regular follow-up sessions (once a week) to maintain improvements.

Skin Testing for Light Sensitivity:

Before starting the program, it's important to test for light sensitivity to prevent adverse reactions.

Test Procedure: Apply the light therapy on a small area of your skin for 1-2 minutes.

Observation Period: Wait for 24 hours to ensure there's no adverse reaction (e.g., excessive redness, irritation).

In-depth Skin Testing can be found here.

Important Considerations:

Aftercare: Post-treatment, apply a gentle moisturizer to soothe the skin and use sunscreen to protect against UV exposure.

Contraindications: Avoid light therapy if you are using photosensitizing medications, have a history of skin cancer, or are pregnant.

Device Safety: Follow the instructions and product guide carefully.

Additional Tips:

Hydration: Keep your skin well-hydrated by drinking plenty of water.

Diet and Lifestyle: Adopt a healthy diet and lifestyle to support skin health from the inside out.

Professional Consultation: Consider consulting a dermatologist before starting the program, especially if you have severe acne, to ensure it’s suitable for your skin condition.

This program is designed to be a general guide. Individual results may vary, and adjustments might be necessary based on personal experience and skin response. Regular assessment every few weeks can help tailor the program to better suit individual needs and optimize outcomes​

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