Plastic surgeons, dermatologists and estheticians are some of the skincare professionals that are likely to use light therapy devices, but these technologies are also being made available to consumers in the form of easy-to-use handheld gadgets.
LightStim is one brand that offers devices that specifically target acne and wrinkes with non-invasive procedures; the LightStim makes use of UV-free light, which is absorbed by the skin and converted into energy. While the LightStim for Acne with blue light is especially useful for reducing inflammation, speeding up the healing process and eliminating acne-causing bacteria, LightStim for Wrinkles sets itself by helping to boost the skin's production of elastin and collagen.
Both professional-grade products are sold as part of kits that include protective goggles and a carry-all pouch bag.
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