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Phototherapy for acne
- Dec 12, 2018 -


Effective and safe light provides a solution for acne, a very common skin problem that is certainly not serious but psychologically disabling. 


Acne affects 80% of the population from adolescence to adulthood. It is becoming more and more common among young women, especially after stopping the use of birth control pills.


Hemorrhoids can and should be treated, and now, due to the advent of LEDs, phototherapy for acne is slowly gaining popularity.


The sebaceous glands at the center of the acne are colonized by the bacterium Propionibacterium Acnes, which is sensitive to the wavelengths produced in the blue. Blue light penetrates the skin and acts on the chemical components inside the bacteria, causing it to break down and limit the formation of new acne.


Another wavelength of red light has anti-inflammatory capabilities. The red fades and the volcanic eruption subsides. The combination of colors also has the ability to regenerate to prevent scarring.


High-power LED treatment begins at the dermatologist's office and is often used in conjunction with photoactive products. Dermatological skin cleansing is often required to extract microcapsules and accelerate healing.


Today, Blu-ray portable devices allow patients to continue their daily family activities without restrictions.