Realising that even if this device does actually work, it's not going to be practical to use in the long run. It got delivered to my office on Friday so I rushed home for lunch (yes - I am one of the few lucky people that can do this, don't hate me for it!) and cracked it open. It's got 3 settings: "off", naturally, "constant wave" and "pulse". The instructions recommend that you treat each area for between 6 and 8 minutes on the "CW" setting, and then follow it up with the same amount of
â€¢ I have acne (face, neck, chest and back) â€¢ I am a â€œpickerâ€ â€¢ Currently Spend around Â£2.50 per month on topical antibiotics and around Â£30 per year on sunbed sessions â€¢ Hate the smell and the faff of using the topical ointment, donâ€™t really want photo-damage or worse, skin cancer â€¢ Want a free standing adjustable red and blue LED therapy device due to extent of my acne, (cost ~Â£400 included postage from the US) but want to make sure light therapy works for me first!