Is red light therapy good for you? Yes

Is LED Therapy Effective? Yes. Yes it Is. (study summary)

Low level light therapy works on multiple energy and skin building processes to heal wounds and improve skin conditions. This ...
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Teenage Acne Reduction Blue and Red Light Dose

Blue and red light facial and back therapy immediately improved acne symptom better than salicylic acid treatment . "The number ...
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Chinese Patient Acne Reduction Blue and Red Light Dose

90% or greater acne reduction at one month using simultanous red and blue LED therapy on the face of Chinese ...
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Korean Acne Reduction Using Home Red and Blue Light Dose

Home consumer red and blue LED device reduced acne lesions, sebum output, inflammatory markers and sebaceous gland size in Korean ...
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Acne Red but Not Infrared Light Therapy Dose

10 weeks after last treatment, group treated with 630 nm light had significant reduction in moderate acne. The 890 nm ...
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Acne Vulgaris Alternating Red and Blue Light Dose

Alternating 415 nm and 830 nm at each session reduced inflammatory acne lesions up to 83.3%. Non inflammatory lesions improved ...
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Acne Vulgaris in Women Red Light Dose

Decreased acne lesions, decreased skin sebum excretion in women at end of treatment and 3 month followup. Study used multiple ...
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Acne Handheld Device Blue and Red Dose

415 combined with 633, 21 subjects, self administered handheld device over 4 weeks. Reduced lesion counts throughout study and 8 ...
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Acne Portable LED Red Light Dose

Treatment of acne vulgaris with a portable 630 nm to 670 nm portable LED device resulted in both inflammatory and ...
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Acne Blue and Red Light Dose

Blue and red LED light treatments reduced inflammatory acne by 34% and non inflammatory acne by 78%. In addition, melanin ...
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Red Light Therapy circulation dose

Increase Lymphatic Activity Blue, Red, and Infrared Light Dose

Edge Systems (Signal Hill, CA), Delphia del Sol, 420 nm, 600–700 nm, 700–1000 nm, 7.4 J per treatment area, increased ...
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Acne Reduction Green Light Dose

Green light reduced acne lesions by 67% when measured at 6 weeks past the end of the study ...
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Four Extremely Successful Acne LED Light Therapy Treatments

Four Extremely Successful Acne LED Light Therapy Treatments

In one study, researchers used alternating blue and red light to reduce acne up to 78%. In another, they alternated ...
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Learn to copy the successful acne reduction study using your red light therapy device

Copy the “Acne Vulgaris in Women Red Light Dose” Study with Your Lamp

Subjects who received 635 nm and 670 nm light on one side of the face saw significant improvement in their ...
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The Complete Book of Ridiculous Red Light Answers

Light therapy heals with photons. A red incandescent bulb throws more heat than light, so it's not likely to have ...
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Anti-Acne

Does Light Therapy Really Work for Acne?

Red, infrared and blue light therapy reduce acne symptoms. Red and infrared reduce inflammation, redness and bumps. Blue light kills ...
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Treating Acne with Alternating Red Light Therapy with Blue Light Therapy

Both groups had moderate to severe acne. All subjects received 470 nm blue and 640 nm red light therapy treatments ...
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Treating Acne and Rosacea with Chromophore Gel with Broadband Light

This study looked at the Kleresca chromophore gel's light absorption properties. Researchers tested gel penetration of fluorescent light energy (FLE) ...
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Acne Treatment Using 415 nm and 633 nm LED Therapy

24 mild to severe acne patients with Fitzpatrick skin types II-V received 415 nm blue at one session alternating with ...
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Acne Reduction with 415 nm Blue and 660 nm Light Therapy

Subjects received a monochromatic 415 nm blue treatment, or a polychromatic 415 nm and 660 nm treatment. Groups 3 and ...
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