Cosmetic Dermatology – Blue Light Treatment

Blue Light Treatment

Blue light therapy is a noninvasive treatment for acne that uses light to kill certain bacteria on the skin. A form of phototherapy, blue light treatments are FDA-approved for acne vulgaris that is moderate or has not responded to other therapies.

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, light therapies “show great promise in treating acne,” with many people experiencing a significant improvement in their skin health after a number of sessions.

Blue light therapy can be used to treat acne that is already present on the skin or to control the condition before an outbreak occurs.

Advantages Of Blue Light Therapy

  • Safe and Gentle
  • Painless
  • Drug-Free
  • Appropriate For All Areas Of The Body
  • Suitable For Use With Most Other Acne Therapies
  • No Need To Avoid The Sun Following Treatment
  • Does Not Cause Any Scarring

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Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
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Medical Specialists

Neil Sandhu

M.D., FAAD

Bianca Moon

PA-C

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