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Red/infrared Led After Dermastamping

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I just got a Red/Infrared handheld 660/880 LED from theledman and it says in the instructions; ALWAYS Avoid shining the 880nm LEDs at the eyes, thyroid or skull(where hair is)

I have seen people on this forum use it on their face and I wonder how careful I should be? That's all information I could find regarding that and I plan to use the LEDS for 7 mins on my scars (which are all over my face) after my dermastamping session.

Can anyone help me out?

Thanks a lot

Julian

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w.e u do dont use leds if u havent done any treatment u will regret it big time!

I'll regret not using LEDS? I did use them yesterday and plan to do so until the swelling is gone, just not directed towards my brain or throat.

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w.e u do dont use leds if u havent done any treatment u will regret it big time!

can you explain why?

What did he mean?

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w.e u do dont use leds if u havent done any treatment u will regret it big time!

can you explain why?

yes led's can implant hair follicle in your skin. in other words ypou will end up with hair growing on parts of your face where you never have before. i suffered serious concequences by using led's with out any skin therapy. i regret it every day i wake up. its superr depressing

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w.e u do dont use leds if u havent done any treatment u will regret it big time!

can you explain why?

yes led's can implant hair follicle in your skin. in other words ypou will end up with hair growing on parts of your face where you never have before. i suffered serious concequences by using led's with out any skin therapy. i regret it every day i wake up. its superr depressing

But you can use it on areas where you've dermarolled/stamped?

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