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blue light acne therapy

Therapy OVERVIEW

Blue light therapy is most commonly used to treat acne,  sun damage and pre-malignant or malignant skin cancer growths. It can actually be used to prevent skin cancer and remove both precancerous skin lesions and cancerous skin lesions that haven't spread to other areas of the body (or metastasized).   Blue light activates chemicals inside these bacteria, which ruptures their outer walls– destroying the cell and their ability to form acne and other imperfections. Rosacea, psoriasis, wrinkles and sun damage are all ideal candidates for blue light therapy treatments.

WHY This Therapy

Why would you use blue light therapy?  Blue light therapy is most commonly used to treat acne, sun damage and pre-malignant or malignant skin cancer growths. It can actually be used to prevent skin cancer and remove both precancerous skin lesions and cancerous skin lesions that haven't spread to other areas of the body (or metastasized).

RECOMMENDED

Who are blue light treatments recommended for?  Blue light therapy is generally recommended for customers of ages 15 years of age and older.

HOW OFTEN

How often should you repeat blue light therapy?   Most people will need weekly sessions for several weeks, but this will depend on the severity of symptoms and how well the acne responds to therapy. For some people, two to four weekly treatments are enough. After symptoms improve, regular monthly treatment can help manage them.

 

 

Therapy SUMMARY

 What does this therapy help to improve?  Blue light therapy is primarily used to treat acne but can also treat other types of skin disorders.  It can be used to improve skin texture and reduce sebaceous hyperplasia, or enlarged oil glands. It can help with removing sun spots, acne, and even scars that were originally caused by acne.

contraindications

 Who should not use  blue light therapy?  Blue light therapy is safe for most people, though it isn't recommended for people with photosensitivity disorders (diseases that cause sensitivity to the sun). When they're used to treat acne, blue light treatments have few side effects, though some people might notice redness or dry skin.