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Tue Oct 15, 2019 10:02 am      Reply with quote
I saw a tri-light LED array (red/yellow/infrared) on TheLEDMan.net, it looks great. One can also have a custom array made from him.

Firstly, to anyone out there that purchased, and currently uses, an array from TheLEDMan.net: How do you like the anti-aging tri-Light array? Or any colored unit?

I am looking for collagen building for sure. I am also looking for one for hyperpigmentation and telangiectasia or broken capillaries. I have lots of broken capillaries on my face. I am confused as to what frequency to use for facial capillaries; I have read that research supports both the use of yellow and green light therapy.

So, I was thinking about having a custom array made with red/yellow/green lights so I can build collagen with the red and yellow, at the same time, treat rosacea, broken capillaries and hyperpigmentation.

Anyone out there use a unit with those three colors for anti-aging, hyperpigmentation and broken capillaries?

Does anyone have a suggestion as to what light colors would be best for my skin situation?

The tri-Light array with red/yellow/infrared would also be ideal for treating injuries of the body, which I like as well.

I am just not sure which array to invest in.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!
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Wed Jun 24, 2020 5:41 pm      Reply with quote
WCSmurfette wrote:
I saw a tri-light LED array (red/yellow/infrared) on TheLEDMan.net, it looks great. One can also have a custom array made from him.

Firstly, to anyone out there that purchased, and currently uses, an array from TheLEDMan.net: How do you like the anti-aging tri-Light array? Or any colored unit?

I am looking for collagen building for sure. I am also looking for one for hyperpigmentation and telangiectasia or broken capillaries. I have lots of broken capillaries on my face. I am confused as to what frequency to use for facial capillaries; I have read that research supports both the use of yellow and green light therapy.

So, I was thinking about having a custom array made with red/yellow/green lights so I can build collagen with the red and yellow, at the same time, treat rosacea, broken capillaries and hyperpigmentation.

Anyone out there use a unit with those three colors for anti-aging, hyperpigmentation and broken capillaries?

Does anyone have a suggestion as to what light colors would be best for my skin situation?

The tri-Light array with red/yellow/infrared would also be ideal for treating injuries of the body, which I like as well.

I am just not sure which array to invest in.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!



Did you ever find any additional info on this? I love my BIG red light panel from the red light man. I also have broken caps and I'm always looking for novel treatments since getting them cauterized is a pain in the butt..so a green led panel could be interesting.
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Mon Oct 03, 2022 11:31 am      Reply with quote
I am not sure there's enough research for lights other than red, near infared and blue. seems like some not so reputable to me companies are releasing the multiple light masks while the more reputable ones have only reds and blue masks. I wish there was more information out there as i have been using the omnilux mask since 1/2021 and love it. I recently received the mitopro 300 and it is strong. I can see how people would say it causes melasma. i notice some darkening of two lights spots that i have from the mito, and i was sitting more than 12 inches away.

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Thu Oct 20, 2022 7:38 am      Reply with quote
I have a Baby Q from AdvanThera and still use it, although not as frequently as I used to.
It does help with healing and to help products disburse into the skin. Slight help with Rosacea as it temporarily calms skin.
It does not help with broken caps, nor can it heal them or zap them that way. LED lights are just not strong enough.
My derm says that LED cannot help with that issue, only lasers such as the EXCEL and frequent Photofacial types. You have to zap a capillary in order to remove it, they cannot grow back together.
I have had the EXCEL laser and it did help for a few years but then more will continue to develop so you have to keep having the lasers every few years.
Believe me, I have tried all types of things and spent time and money looking for a way to reverse the issues that cause Rosacea and broken caps.
Preventive is the best method as in avoiding sun, harsh scrubs and cleansers and retinol products. Retin-A was the worst for me, it thinned my skin and encouraged the broken caps. But it was already past the point of no return!
If you want to spend the money, best advice I can give is to have a laser treatment done to remove them.

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