Dr Neil Schultz Answers the Question "Are At-Home LED Skin Care Devices Effective?"
LED skincare devices are a new and exciting development in skincare treatment technology. While in-office devices have been demonstrated to be effective, there are new at-home LED devices popping up frequently, ranging from stand-alone devices to smart-phones applications ( really? Smartphone apps? Not heard of that one!!)
Here are some of the devices on the market:
Evis MD Red (or Blue)
Verilux ClearWave Light Therapy Skincare System
among many others including ones from Dr. NV Perricone.
Dr. Schultz explains whether or not the at-home LED devices are effective and why.
Super video, super content, and great information from Dr. Schultz on this very hot topic. While I have personally used an LED for occasional breakouts (that’s the blue light), I have yet to know of anyone who has been successfully using it for anti-aging and collagen building. I am not saying that there isn’t a home device out there. I am saying I haven’t heard about it, I haven’t seen it and I haven’t tried it.
And I am the ultimate skeptic — because I try virtually everything and when something flunks my test (and it can be disasterous for me — orange hair anyone, blistered skin, other situations that are equally unpleasant), it’s not a good thing.
So as Dr. Schultz says, buyer beware. If you buy it, find out about a return policy and watch the clock/calendar so that you can return it if necessary.
Stevie Wilson, LA-Story.com
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