Blue Light Therapy
Blue light treatment was developed to offer patients the great results for skin light therapy without the need to experience the downtime or discomfort of conventional therapies.
Blue Light Therapy uses the natural properties of light to help treat the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and blemishes to improve your skin’s texture and appearance. It is used to treat blemishes and enhance your skin’s overall condition, texture and appearance.
This scientifically proven natural approach is the safe, drug and chemical-free way to enhance the condition and appearance of your skin. The result is clearer and more beautiful skin.
Are you a candidate for Blue Light Therapy? You can be considered a candidate for Blue Light Therapy if you have:
- Broken capillaries
- Skin discoloration
- Shallow acne scars generalized redness on your skin
- Sun spots
- Sun damage
- Pregnancy mask / Miasma
- Pigmentation problems or hyper pigmentation
How Does Blue Light Therapy Work?
Photodynamic therapy or PDT is a treatment that utilizes light to treat the skin. Also used to treat skin cancer, acne or even an uneven skin texture, PDT is also known as blue light therapy.
The blue light treatment directly focuses light energy on specific cells that need to be removed. It actively destroys cells by depriving them of oxygen. However, the blue light treatment is capable of successfully killing abnormal cells without damaging your healthy skin tissue.
Blue Light As an Acne Treatment
The bacteria responsible for causing acne inflammation are called P. acnes. They create tiny molecules called porphyrins which are responsible for the irritation. When they are exposed to certain blue light wavelengths, the porphyrins produce free radicals that kill the bacteria.
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