Blue Light Therapy
Blue light therapy acne treatment has recently been approved by the FDA in the U.S. to treat mild to moderate acne. The development of acne blue light therapy has had significant benefits for those who have not responded well to other of methods of treating common acne.
Acne blue light therapy treatments generally are given once a week for four to eight weeks, depending on the severity of the acne and how well the client responds. A topical cream may be used in addition to the acne blue light treatments to help reduce lesions, pustules, and papules.
Acne blue light therapy is very gentle and surrounding tissues are not harmed, unlike other treatments previously employed.
Red Light Therapy
Stimulates fibroblasts to promote collagen and elastin formation and cellular renewal. Stimulates blood and lymph circulation.
Green Light Therapy
Green light increases melanin production, reduces redness, and provides a calming effect. It is used in the treatment of skin pigmentation as well as providing an overall hydrating effect. Also improves the appearance of skin tone and texture.
Pulsating Light Therapy
Pulsating light treatment helps to reduce headaches and increase energy.