Best Led Lights for Every Skin Type

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The skincare and cosmetic industries have developed significantly during the last few decades. The improvements and the changes come from the need and demand to find the most suitable solutions for anti-aging and maintaining a healthy and glowing look on the skin. The light-emitting diode (also known as ED) is the tool that is considered the most demanded at-home skincare tech device. This is because they are great for various skin types and have no risks or side effects. 

Like lasers, the Led works with the power of concentrated light which targets a specific part of the skin. That way, it creates a change. The multidirectional light at the lower energy makes it suitable and tolerable for the skin without downtime. The benefits of red, blue, and infrared light are prevalent. The red light is excellent for anti-aging and reducing wrinkles, inflammation, and sometimes pain. It can also boost collagen and prevent its breakdown. Blue light is suitable for treating mild to moderate acne. 

Depending on the type of your skin, these are the suitable lights from which you can get the most:

Oily skin

Blue light therapy is excellent for keeping oily skin at bay. It does not only refer to acne; blue light can kill bacteria that lead to chronic breakouts. Also, it can help in managing oil overproduction. 

Rosacea

Rosacea is an inflammatory skin condition that manifests with broken blood vessels and blemishes that look like acne. The best light treatment comes from red, blue, and amber light. Red is an option that you cannot go wrong with, and it will reduce the redness, but blue light can also work great. The yellow light can increase blood flow and alleviate dilated blood vessels. 

Melasma

Melasma is the final stage of hyperpigmentation, and it isn't easy to treat and can reoccur very often. Red light is the best treatment for this skin condition. Treating the skin in depth can be beneficial by using red light. 

Ingrown hairs

The ingrown hair is often painful, and the spot LED devices can help. Blue light therapy will not target the melanin-making pathway, but it will help reduce the incidence of inflamed ingrown hairs that can lead to dark spots.

Hyperpigmentation

Although there is no definitive proof that LED lights target melanin, the infrared light penetrates deep into the skin. It can help decrease inflammation and prevent or reduce the severity of hyperpigmentation. It also promotes optimal skin health, which leads to great-looking and healthy skin. 

Post-procedure care

The majority of skin professionals use LED lights after chemical peels and lasers, and that is to jumpstart the healing process and reduce redness. They led light is excellent after someone has done the deep acne facial, delivering shiny, tight skin without inflammation.

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