LightStim For Acne Q&A


    LightStim For Acne Q&A

    The LightStim for Acne handheld is a powerful, effective and easy to use device to achieve clear, healthy skin that can help heal blemishes, calm redness and inflammation, and recapture your radiant glow – all in just minutes a day. FDA cleared to treat mild and moderate acne, it works to not only clear your skin, but to calm and nourish it.

    Q: Is LightStim for Acne FDA cleared?
    A:

    LightStim for Acne is FDA cleared to treat mild to moderate acne. 

    Q: How does LightStim for Acne work?
    A:

    Your body creates bacteria on a daily basis, clogging your pores and creating breakouts. This device uses LightStim MultiWave® technology. The blue LEDs kill the P. acnes bacteria that causes acne while the red LEDs help reduce inflammation and promote healing, resulting in clear and healthy skin. 

    Q: Who can use LightStim for Acne?
    A:

    Anyone who suffers from mild to moderate acne. Suitable for all skin types and tones, it is effective for adults and teens, alike!

    Q: How do I use LightStim for Acne?
    A:

    Cleanse your face, and then gently place LightStim for Acne on the area you'd like to address and keep it there for three minutes. Once your skin clears up, use your LightStim for Acne two to three times a week to prevent future breakouts. 

    Q: Where can I use LightStim for Acne?
    A:

    Anywhere you have acne.

    Q: Are there any contraindications?
    A:

    LED Light Therapy is non-invasive with no contraindications. 

    Q: Do I need to use LightStim for Acne with a product?
    A:

    No. Use the LightStim for Acne after cleansing your skin and continue with your regular skin care products after your LightStim for Acne treatment. We suggest refraining from using any acne products that contain benzoyl peroxide or retinols until after using your LightStim. 

    Q: Can I use LightStim for Acne if I'm taking antibiotics?
    A:

    Although there are no contraindications associated with antibiotics, we always recommend you check with your physician if you have any pressing concerns. 

    Q: Do I need to use the goggles?
    A:

    99% of our clients are not photosensitive, but the goggles are included for those rare individuals who are. If the brightness bothers you, you may also close the eye nearest to the treatment area.