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Skin Clear Light is an acne treatment that uses proven red light and blue light technology for a clearer complexion.
Proven blue & red light technology
Kills P.acnes bacteria
Regardless of age, acne and spots can be a problem. Skin Clear Light uses blue and red light technology to help treat mild to moderate acne, reducing both outbreaks and skin inflammation.
The blue light treatment directly kills the bacteria involved in the acne, (P.acnes) while the red light treatment helps reduce inflammation around the spots and stimulates the healing process. The result is clearer and smoother skin.
Skin Clear Light is not suitable for people who are photosensitive or who have photosensitive skin. Common medications can cause photosensitivity so if you are taking any medication you should check for photosensitivity warnings and if in any doubt consult your doctor. NOT for use on or by children under 12 years old. Not for use on or by children between 12 and 17 years old without parental supervision.
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How to Use
How to Use:
Step 1: To switch on, press and hold the ON/OFF button until the treatment lights illuminate.
Step 2: Gently apply the treatment head to the skin.
Step 3: Hold in position for 8 1/2 minutes for best results. You can then move to the next affected area.
Step 4: Press the ON/OFF button and hold until the unit switches off.
After use, clean the treatment head with an antiseptic wipe. You can continue with your normal beauty routine immediately after treatment.
A daily 8 1/2 minute treatment, per treatment area is recommended over a 8-12 week period. Any on-going treatment may be reduced after this in-line with any continued occurrence or new outbreaks. Skin Clear Light should be applied to clean, dry skin. Between treatments you can use your usual anti-spot cream lotion.
Any affected area. Skin Clear Light is not suitable for people who are photosensitive or who have photosensitive skin. Common medications can cause photosensitivity so if you are on any medication you should check for photosensitivity warnings and if in any doubt consult your doctor.