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Anyone used the Omnilux Clear-U Device? (red & blue ligh
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Wed Oct 08, 2008 7:57 am      Reply with quote
I was looking at the Omnilux Clear-U device thinking maybe it could help clear up some mild acne (whiteheads/blackheads) & pigmentation on my face.

It has the red and blue light therapies together - anyone used this device or heard anything (good or bad) about it? I can't seem to find an reviews - I guess because it is so new. Looks interesting!
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Fri Oct 17, 2008 10:25 am      Reply with quote
Here is a thread that might help you out, EZ: Smile

Omnilux Light therapy , mentioned in NewBeauty magazine>
http://www.essentialdayspa.com/forum/viewthread.php?tid=30129&highlight=omnilux
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Thanks for the post. I did check out that thread before I posted but they were mostly talking about the Omnilux New-U. I was interested in the New-U because on Acne.org, the Omnilux light has an incredibly high rating. I am unsure whether these people are rating a at home Omnilux device or professional treatment device you have administered at a doctor's office? Probablly the second.

I did go ahead and get the New-U and I can't say I see a huge difference from the light. I really like the SkinCeuticals samples they come with - the products seem to have made more of a difference than the light device- but you can't purchase full size versions of the products yet :/ Bummer.
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Tue Aug 11, 2009 4:30 pm      Reply with quote
Any updates from anyone who has been using this?
I've been having some trouble finding specs on this one. Does anyone know what the nm range is on the Clear-U?
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