Acne Mode (aka Blue Light Therapy)

Gone are the days when you just needed to grin and bear your way through acne. While today many treat acne by slathering chemicals on their face with a laundry list of potential side effects and only some success, there is another option: LED light therapy.

In our "acne mode" we use blue light at a wavelength of 465 nm to penetrate the skin and kill the bacteria that causes acne. Most light therapies stop there. Not ours.

We also add in red and near-infrared light to simultaneously to enhance results by healing current acne, improving overall skin tone & helping your cells boost their collagen & elastin production. We attack acne from all angles to get you the best result possible. The recommended protocol for combatting acne is twelve sessions done over four weeks - this is our 1 Month LED Protocol Package.

If you (or your teen) is struggling with acne and are looking for a fast, non-toxic, pain-free option to heal your skin you can stop looking. We’ve got you.

We use the only panel that is FDA approved to use all 3 wavelengths of light at the same time, making our treatments not only proven effective but also efficient. LED therapy is FDA approved for ages 12+, non-toxic, pain-free and only requires that you (or your teen) lay back and let the light absorb into your skin for 30 minutes a day.

Get in touch and let’s make a plan to help you heal. 💫


Want to read some research on acne & LED treatments? Here are a few pieces to you get you started:

Clinical Efficacy of Self-applied Blue Light Therapy for Mild-to-Moderate Facial Acne

Blue and red light combination LED phototherapy for acne vulgaris in patients with skin phototype IV.

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