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Blue/Red light is amazing!!! 90% clear after 1 week.

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Hello fellow acne sufferers. I would like to tell you my story and what has finally worked for me. I started getting horrible acne after summer and quickly decided to see a dermatologist about it. I got prescribed Retin A. I was hopeful and optimistic but this medication made my acne 10x worse, no joke!! I became depressed.

They put me on antibiotics, azelex, and benzaclin. Currently Im on this for 1.5 months. Needless to say the results are average at best with these medications. Certainly, I felt like they were not worth the money,effort, or sideffects.

I began to look for something new which I have never tried and soon enough I discovered blue light/red light. It seemed so simple. How can shining a light on your face clear acne?? I was skeptical. But then I remembered how great my face looked in the summer time so, I decided why not?

Ive only used the lights for 1 week and its basically cleared up my hormonal chin, right cheek, forehead. The other acne on my left cheek has dried up. I feel like within two weeks I will be COMPLETELY clear.

Ive done research and blue/red light is legit folks. The blue light at 415nm self destructs most bacteria(80-90% die). THIS IS CRUCIAL, as this allowed the p.acnes on my face to be under control when I apply my prescription medication and in short accelerated my results by miles.

Here is the link for the clinical trials: tandaskincare.com/research.php

Plastic Surgeons/ Dermatologists offer more aggressive blue light treatment but the cost of one treatment you can by a home device and use it as often as you want.

The red light helps with healing/inflammation/collagen production.

You can by tabletop lamps or handheld devices. I personally did my research on which companies offer legit devices as the wavelength of light emitted is crucial. I use the tanda. The only cons is that its time consuming and costs about 400 bucks. However, it is worth it and Im so happy. :dance: :dance: :dance: :dance: :dance:

anyone else have success with blue/red light?

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Hello fellow acne sufferers. I would like to tell you my story and what has finally worked for me. I started getting horrible acne after summer and quickly decided to see a dermatologist about it. I got prescribed Retin A. I was hopeful and optimistic but this medication made my acne 10x worse, no joke!! I became depressed.

They put me on antibiotics, azelex, and benzaclin. Currently Im on this for 1.5 months. Needless to say the results are average at best with these medications. Certainly, I felt like they were not worth the money,effort, or sideffects.

I began to look for something new which I have never tried and soon enough I discovered blue light/red light. It seemed so simple. How can shining a light on your face clear acne?? I was skeptical. But then I remembered how great my face looked in the summer time so, I decided why not?

Ive only used the lights for 1 week and its basically cleared up my hormonal chin, right cheek, forehead. The other acne on my left cheek has dried up. I feel like within two weeks I will be COMPLETELY clear.

Ive done research and blue/red light is legit folks. The blue light at 415nm self destructs most bacteria(80-90% die). THIS IS CRUCIAL, as this allowed the p.acnes on my face to be under control when I apply my prescription medication and in short accelerated my results by miles.

Here is the link for the clinical trials: tandaskincare.com/research.php

Plastic Surgeons/ Dermatologists offer more aggressive blue light treatment but the cost of one treatment you can by a home device and use it as often as you want.

The red light helps with healing/inflammation/collagen production.

You can by tabletop lamps or handheld devices. I personally did my research on which companies offer legit devices as the wavelength of light emitted is crucial. I use the tanda. The only cons is that its time consuming and costs about 400 bucks. However, it is worth it and Im so happy. :dance: :dance: :dance: :dance: :dance:

anyone else have success with blue/red light?

IS THIS WHAT LASER IS??? DOES LASERS HAVE THE SAME EFFECT?

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Hello fellow acne sufferers. I would like to tell you my story and what has finally worked for me. I started getting horrible acne after summer and quickly decided to see a dermatologist about it. I got prescribed Retin A. I was hopeful and optimistic but this medication made my acne 10x worse, no joke!! I became depressed.

They put me on antibiotics, azelex, and benzaclin. Currently Im on this for 1.5 months. Needless to say the results are average at best with these medications. Certainly, I felt like they were not worth the money,effort, or sideffects.

I began to look for something new which I have never tried and soon enough I discovered blue light/red light. It seemed so simple. How can shining a light on your face clear acne?? I was skeptical. But then I remembered how great my face looked in the summer time so, I decided why not?

Ive only used the lights for 1 week and its basically cleared up my hormonal chin, right cheek, forehead. The other acne on my left cheek has dried up. I feel like within two weeks I will be COMPLETELY clear.

Ive done research and blue/red light is legit folks. The blue light at 415nm self destructs most bacteria(80-90% die). THIS IS CRUCIAL, as this allowed the p.acnes on my face to be under control when I apply my prescription medication and in short accelerated my results by miles.

Here is the link for the clinical trials: tandaskincare.com/research.php

Plastic Surgeons/ Dermatologists offer more aggressive blue light treatment but the cost of one treatment you can by a home device and use it as often as you want.

The red light helps with healing/inflammation/collagen production.

You can by tabletop lamps or handheld devices. I personally did my research on which companies offer legit devices as the wavelength of light emitted is crucial. I use the tanda. The only cons is that its time consuming and costs about 400 bucks. However, it is worth it and Im so happy. :dance: :dance: :dance: :dance: :dance:

anyone else have success with blue/red light?

IS THIS WHAT LASER IS??? DOES LASERS HAVE THE SAME EFFECT?

no laser is much more concentrated and vaporizes some tissue; good for scar tissue. This is just a a very bright light at a certain frequency and it has no side effects unlike laser.

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I've always wondered about getting blue/red light. But they are pricey and I would like to make sure it works before I buy one.

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Is this IPL? Intense Pulse Light? I did this before it's pretty good. It's not permanent though. It's good for redness too.

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congratulations. I might ask for a cheaper version of this for my birthday

I did the blue light treatment at the dermatologist but it was very expensive and slightly temporary

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