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Day 3 of Using the Medibeam

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

hedylaura

hedylaura

04/25/10

 

Why I Bought a Light Therapy Device

• I have acne (face, neck, chest and back) • I am a “picker†• Currently Spend around £2.50 per month on topical antibiotics and around £30 per year on sunbed sessions • Hate the smell and the faff of using the topical ointment, don’t really want photo-damage or worse, skin cancer • Want a free standing adjustable red and blue LED therapy device due to extent of my acne, (cost ~£400 included postage from the US) but want to make sure light therapy works for me first!

hedylaura

hedylaura

04/21/10

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