Acne Blue Light Therapy – Results or Rip Off?

With so many people suffering from acne outbreaks, either periodically or on an ongoing basis, it’s no shock that medical professionals continue to research new solutions to this common skin disorder. One of the newest trends in the skin care field is acne blue light therapy.

Several studies have been conducted in order to determine if acne blue light therapy is a viable option for acne patients. Nearly all of these studies have produced results that will be good news for most acne sufferers because it appears that this new type of treatment holds some promise, especially for those people who haven’t achieved the results they were hoping for by using more traditional acne fighting methods.

Since acne is caused, at least in part, by bacteria infecting the skin, the premise for blue light therapy is to kill off those bacteria. More specifically, a bacteria called “Propionibacterium Acne“, or simply P. Acne for short, has been found to be one of the primary culprits in the formation of acne. Blue light therapy is intended to kill off these bacteria in the hopes of reducing additional acne outbreaks.

Obviously, since there’s no medication involved, this type of treatment becomes especially appealing to those acne patients who haven’t had good results with medications or who wish to avoid some of the side effects often associated with strong acne fighting medicines. In addition, it’s non-invasive, so people worried about having to go “under the knife” might find this to be a better solution.

The normal treatment using acne blue light therapy consists of multiple sessions of about 15 minutes or so. In terms of side effects, the only things most patients report is moderate swelling, dry skin or slight changes in skin color. Of course these effects are temporary and are small price to pay for the results you’re likely to achieve.

You can probably see why acne blue light therapy is becoming more popular as an alternative form of acne treatment. If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, why not take a few minutes to look into the options for acne blue light therapy in your area?

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