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Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Spot Treatment harnesses the power of light therapy to target and treats breakouts quickly.

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Thanks op! Picked one up for a stocking stuffer for my son.
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I tried everything to get rid of zits but it all made my skin worse. My advice is to just wash your face with oil free soap and stay away from these weird experiments.
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I tried everything to get rid of zits but it all made my skin worse. My advice is to just wash your face with oil free soap and stay away from these weird experiments.
haha I was going to ask if this works. I have a bad breakout now and need treatment.
I'm doing 2% salicylic acid wash twice a day and 10% benzoyl peroxide spot treatment.
Finally starting to go away.
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I tried everything to get rid of zits but it all made my skin worse. My advice is to just wash your face with oil free soap and stay away from these weird experiments.
Oil-feee soap is a marketing term used to trick naive consumers. You have lots to learn young grasshopper.
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Derm student doctor coming through...
Red light therapy has been shown to have benefits...granted these studies have all been in a doctors office with a set dosage and controlled amount of red light. These devices and how much red light they transmit are not regulated. It will not have any harm but don't expect anything amazing. This is a better option in adjunction for somebody who has inflammatory lesions and is trying other topicals. If ur loved one has acne try a 2% salicylic acid first
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Someone chime in if I get this wrong. I quickly read this is a combination of low powered blue and red LEDs. Everything below is just a guess: Apparently the blue LED has anti-bacterial properties (assuming a small portion of its in the UV) for killing bacteria at the surface of the skin and red LEDs (assuming some near infra-red) which is able to penetrate into the skin and heat up the bacteria.

Now I'm curious how well this works. It's a spot treatment since this technique does not distinguish between bacteria and your own cells so it has to be very low powered. Do let me know as I've been struggling with acne with the only effective remedy being antibiotics.
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I have one and i feel it does make blemishes go away quicker than without. Not cyst types, but surface acne blemishes. Recommended.
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If you have hormonal acne, you need something as strong as retin-a and/or antibiotics which will be able to control the imbalance. If you have cystic acne, seriously don't bother with aha/bha as those are for minor acne cases. Go to the derm and get retin a. Anyone has any questions, let me know as i have over 10 years of acne experience.
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If you have hormonal acne, you need something as strong as retin-a and/or antibiotics which will be able to control the imbalance. If you have cystic acne, seriously don't bother with aha/bha as those are for minor acne cases. Go to the derm and get retin a. Anyone has any questions, let me know as i have over 10 years of acne experience.
Suffered with cystic acne for a long long time and skin just started getting clear. Now I don't know how to get rid of acne scars. Any recommendations? Considering TCA cross as it's cheaper than laser.
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Suffered with cystic acne for a long long time and skin just started getting clear. Now I don't know how to get rid of acne scars. Any recommendations? Considering TCA cross as it's cheaper than laser.
Depends on what type of acne scars you have. Google acne scars types and identify yours then go from there.
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If you have hormonal acne, you need something as strong as retin-a and/or antibiotics which will be able to control the imbalance. If you have cystic acne, seriously don't bother with aha/bha as those are for minor acne cases. Go to the derm and get retin a. Anyone has any questions, let me know as i have over 10 years of acne experience.
Good info..my DD tried all of that with NO long term success. The Derm put her on accutane (sp?) and that did the trick.
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Long time acne sufferer here. In my 40s now and still get acne once in a while. I get inflammatory acne. I also have a mild case of hidradenitis supralativa. Which is the mother of all acne. I use clindamycin phosphate foam on my break outs and I get results within 24 hrs. It's been a god send. I used benzoyl poroxcide when I was younger. It's a real pain to use cause it bleached everything. Towels, clothes and hair.
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I have a gorgeous customer who bought a red + blue skin stimulating acne treatment and said her skin cleared up in 2 or 3 days. Months after her skin is totally glowing
I use infrared and uvb for sauna and vitamin d for health but never and don't have acne.
Acids will damage your skin a little but some are super tiny particles that should squeeze thru tiny pores to clean out.
Blue or uv light naturally destroys some bacteria and cells and red rejouvenate (I can't be bother to spell check) and stimulates healing.
Red light therapy is awesome for workouts and health but this is super tiny so spot treatment only
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Long time acne sufferer here. In my 40s now and still get acne once in a while. I get inflammatory acne. I also have a mild case of hidradenitis supralativa. Which is the mother of all acne. I use clindamycin phosphate foam on my break outs and I get results within 24 hrs. It's been a god send. I used benzoyl poroxcide when I was younger. It's a real pain to use cause it bleached everything. Towels, clothes and hair.
As somebody that has dealt with this into my 40s and has now been on Accutane since October of 2018, don't screw around with it and just get on Accutane. I have had one spot since I started on it. I never even had the initial breakout that some people seem to get. I wished to hell I did this 20 years ago.
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