Lumiport : Dermastyle Light Treatment

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April 21, 2021
Used years ago..think it's been discontinued

I used this product years ago, I think it's been discontinued by now. It didn't help me. Products like this don't treat preventatively, they only treat previously formed acne because they are so small and don't cover a large area.

Adrienne
January 1, 2010

Pros:

Easy to use, small, no chemicals involved

Cons:

expensive

Overall I find this device works for my acne. I'm 40 yrs old so my acne isn't as bad as it was when I was young, but if I am getting a bad one I use the Dermastyle and I really think it shrinks it more quickly than if I left it alone. I also use it with 5% benzoyl peroxide.
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Shannon
September 19, 2008

Pros:

It works for some of my acne. The acne actually shrink. It's small that you can bring it with you whenever you go.

Cons:

Doesn't seem work for all of my acne.

It's an affordable price. At least it works for me on few of my big bumps. I've tried almost everything on both prescriptive and over-the counter products, even including the antibiotics. None of them work for me so far.
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christina
April 24, 2008

Pros:

no chemicals

Cons:

didn't work at all, took forever to get to all my treatment areas

don't bother. i noticed no improvement in my blemishes, big or small. the company was very nice about the return.
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Trey
April 13, 2008

Pros:

Simple to use and seems to be very effective as preventative care, as well as helping some deep pimples heal sooner. I use the blue light to prevent and treat pimples and occasionally the purple. Because it's light-based, there are no reactions.

Cons:

Small area of tip means a long time to treat your entire face. The red light doesn't reduce inflamation for me as descirbed.

The up-front cost is high, but it's a one-time thing and so equivalnet to topical solutions over a year to two. I like combining a Zeno zap and then 5 minutes with the Lumiport's blue light-- my cystic pimples stop growing and usually are mostly healed in two days. If you can be consistent and have the time, the Lumiport seems best as a pimple preventer.
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