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Acne LED Light Therapy

What You Need to Know about Acne LED Light Therapy

Overview

The Ideal Candidate

Learn about the best way to treat acne with LED Light Therapy.

Anyone that suffers from acne.

Cost

Target Areas

Celluma: $60 per treatment - 30 mins

LightStim: $45 per treatment - 20 mins

LightStim: $250 to Purchase

Face and Body

LED Light Therapy Device Used

Is a Doctor Always Present?

Celluma, StimLight

Yes, Dr. Sturm is available at all time for you if you have any questions.

*Prices May Vary

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Do you Suffer from Acne?

Your not alone, acne is an extremely common skin condition, and it affects approximately 50 million Americans every year. In fact, 3 out of 4 people aged 11-30 years old have experienced acne at least once in their lives.

Acne develops when an abundance of dead skin cells and a naturally-produced oil called sebum plug tiny hair follicles, or pores. As sebum production continues to build under the plug in the skin’s surface, it becomes infected with P. acne (Propionibacterium acne) bacteria, causing swelling, redness, and inflammation.

How LED Light Therapy helps with Acne?

LED light therapy works by killing acne-causing bacteria at the source, deep beneath the skin’s surface. Blue LED light therapy emits specific, clinically-proven wavelengths of light to trigger an all-natural effect in human tissue, killing acne-causing bacteria, decreasing inflammation, and improving skin tone, texture, and clarity from the inside out. However, not all light therapy is created equal.

Blue and red LED light light-therapy is widely used as an effective option for the treatment of inflammatory acne. One study concluded that “…blue light and red light may act synergistically in improving acne by combining antibacterial and anti-inflammatory action, rendering phototherapy with blue and/or red light an effective and safe treatment for acne vulgaris.₁

What LED Light helps with Acne?

We have two FDA cleared options for acne at Find A Better You Med Spa; LightStim, and Celluma.


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Celluma Before and After

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Light Penetration into Skin

Acne

Light Color

Wavelengths

Blue

415nm

Light Red

630nm

Anti-Aging (Wrinkles)

Light Color

Wavelengths

Amber

605nm

Light Red

630nm

Deep Red

660nm

Infrared

855nm

Pain

Light Color

Wavelengths

Light Red

630nm

Deep Red

660nm

Infrared

855nm

Deep Infrared

940nm


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Acne Before and After

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Need more Information?

Learn more about LED Light therapy here. Also feel free to schedule a consultation below or call us at: (636) 205-4070.


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Frequently Asked Questions about Acne LED Light Therapy:

Can I use my existing skin care products?

Yes, there is no need to change your skin care regimen. You can even apply most anti-aging serums and moisturizers before your treatment. However, products that can cause dryness or irritation such as benzoyl peroxide, Retin-A or products containing Vitamin A or alcohol should only be applied after your treatment.

Does it work for everybody?

Yes, it's not a matter of (Is it going to work for me?) it's a matter of (How long is it going to take to work?) On average, it takes about 2 months to start to see the reduction of fine lines and wrinkles.

How safe is led light therapy?

Low-level-light therapy is based on light emitting diode (LED) technology developed for NASA-manned space flight experiments. In comparison to lasers, the patented LED technology generates negligible amounts of heat and is not considered a significant risk device.

Are there any special preparations required before using Celluma?

Celluma should be in close proximity to the area being treated. Skin should also be free of clothing, makeup, or anything else that may deflect light away from the skin.

Does LED Light Therapy help with acne?

Yes. We have two LED devices that help with acne: Celluma, and LightStim.

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