Revolutionizing Revitalight Acne Treatment (Blue light)
Beyond Creams, Beyond Antibiotics, Beyond Any Other Acne Treatment. At Coral Spa in Windsor, Ontario now Experience Intense Blue Photopulsation.
Acne is a disease involving the sebaceous glands of the skin and effects over 80% of adolescents and many adults.
Acne occurs when oil produced by the sebaceous glands does not reach the surface of the skin, but is trapped in the tiny pores or follicles. This plug may close off the pore, causing the follicle wall to bulge, which creates a whitehead. If the pore stays open, the top surface of the plug may become darkened, causing a blackhead.
In both cases, the bacteria acne thrives in the clogged follicles. When the bacteria and the pus leak from the follicle into the surrounding tissue, pimples are formed. Fortunately, acne can be successfully treated with the Revitalight Acne System.
NOW, A PAINLESS EFFECTIVE ACNE TREATMENT THAT USES THE LATEST INTENSE BLUE LED LIGHT TECHNOLOGY
What is the Revitalight Acne System, and how does it work? The Revitalight Acne System uses intense blue LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) to create an oxygen environment on the skin, while penetrating the skin with intense pulsating blue light. Studies have shown that blue light in the 417nm to 425nm range is effective in treating acne.
What does a Revitalight Acne Treatment consist of? Each relaxing treatment takes approximately 20 minutes. Your trained skin care professional will move the large pulsator LED light over the areas that need to be treated. Only a plastic disposable cover touches your skin.
Is the Revitalight Treatment painful and are there any side effects? No, the treatment is relaxing and the client/patient feels no pain during or after the treatment. There are no known side effects.
How many treatments will I need? Usually, treatments will be scheduled 2 to 3 days apart and will continue until the affected area has improved. Ask your skin care professional for your exact schedule of treatments.
How much improvement can I expect? Though everyone is unique, most people see improvement the following day after the first treatment, and continued improvement after each treatment.