Light Therapy Devices

Light Therapy is a revolutionary non-invasive technology that rejuvenates the skin, targeting age spots, acne, blemishes, fine lines, wrinkles and enlarged pores. Years ago, individuals interested in light therapy had one option: see a dermatologist for a pricey professional treatment along with a series of maintenance sessions.

Nowadays, thankfully, there are various exceptional hand-held devices on the market that renew the skin in the privacy of your home. Safe, compact and effective, these devices harness the power of advanced Light Emitting Diode (LED) red and blue light waves. Both light waves boast special benefits. Blue light treats acne by killing blemish-causing P. acnes bacteria, while red light repairs and revitalizes aging skin by penetrating deep into the dermis to stimulate collagen. Want to know more about these light treatments? Get the details on blue light’s acne-fighting action (LINK -->) along with how red light staves off and repairs signs of aging (<-- LINK).

So what kinds of superior devices can you pick from? You’ve got a choice of five! Baby Quasar offers two powerful, yet painless, devices that address aging and acne, leading to a clear, smoother, younger-looking complexion. After just one treatment, skin already looks more hydrated and radiant.

Tanda Professional Skincare System comes with two different treatment heads: one that treats and prevents acne outbreaks and a second that improves skin tone, texture and color and diminishes wrinkling. A two-in-one system, ANSR Light Therapy employs both red and blue light for convenient and potent anti-aging and anti-acne treatment. In addition to long-term benefits, Evis MD Platinum Red gives skin a 3-minute lift, improving sun damage, skin firmness and facial lines, while Evis MD Platinum Blue heals existing acne and prevents future flare-ups. Omnilux New-U by Photo Therapeutics delivers improvements in crow’s feet, skin tone and clarity.

There are several ways you can boost the effectiveness of these light therapy tools. First, know which topical products to use in conjunction with these tools (LINK -->) and then learn the tips and tricks (<-- LINK) for using each device — from preparing your skin to maintaining results.