Lustre Light Acne London

Dr Jain explains Lustre

 

Lustre Pure Light FAQ’s

 

What is blue light therapy?

Blue light therapy is the use of natural blue light from the visible light spectrum for a medical or therapeutic benefit. It has been used to treat acne for almost 40 years, Lustre Pure Light has revolutionised the technology previously used, by leading dermatologists, to make it portable and wearable.

How does it work?

Are there any side effects I should be concerned about?

There are no known side effects with blue light therapy which has been clinically proven to destroy P. Acnes bacteria, the bacteria which cause spots.

Can I use my other acne medications with Lustre Pure Light?

Yes, many healthcare professionals now recommend that managing acne is requires more than one treatment and recommend that managing the levels of sebum in the skin and reducing the bacteria levels in the skin which cause acne achieves the best results. Before using Lustre Pure Light, skin should be clean and dry and other acne treatments or makeup removed and re-applied after each Lustre Pure Light treatment session or as advised by your healthcare professional.

Will Lustre Pure Light cause any UV damage to my skin?

No, Lustre Pure Light delivers therapeutic safe natural blue light at a wavelength of 420 nm. This is not in the UV spectrum of the natural light wavelength. In clinical trials blue light at 420 nm there have been no reported incidences of UV skin damage.

How do I clean my Lustre Pure Light?

After each treatment session the Lustre adhesive strip should be removed and discarded. The Lustre therapy head should be cleaned using a moist cloth or cleansing wipe, an moist alcohol swap may also be used. Liquid of any description should not be allowed to enter the Lustre therapy heads or Lustre controller at any time. Do not use or attach Lustre Pure Light to the main power supply if it has ever been exposed to liquid at any time as it is electrical equipment.

 

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