Not sure what to do about acne or dull skin? You might need a blue light special. Get enlightened on how you can treat skin problems through light therapy. Previously available only through doctor's offices, this technology can be a worthwhile investment that leads to a clearer complexion. Check out our video for more on the TRIA Skin Clarifying System, Baby Quasar, and the ANSR Beam.
Annie enlightens us on a few products out on the market that combat acne and dull skin. Using light therapy technique, these tools could be the answer to your skin problems. Check out our video for more on the TRIA Skin Clarifying System, Baby Quasar, and the ANSR Beam.
You might not have heard about light therapy within skin care, and so I thought I'd shed a little light on the subject. (Zing! Tip your waitress, try the veal!) In simple terms, light therapy — also called phototherapy — uses different wavelengths of light to combat acne and stimulate collagen production. That might sound like bunk, but it's not. The FDA approved blue light therapy for acne in August 2002.
Of the available at-home LED devices, most cost around $250 to $400. ANSR, at $159.95, is a less-expensive version that uses both blue and red light to treat acne. ANSR sent a kit for me to try, and I didn't have exceedingly high hopes. The kit comes with a cleanser and day and night creams that have salicylic acid, so I figured that ingredient was the secret to any sort of acne-battling power. To find out how it worked, read more