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    I went ahead and bought an 850 nm LED Array from Elixa - it costs $139!

    I also bought this eye mask. The only time i'll use the infrared is when my eye mask is on.

    Anyone have tips or ideas on something that can hold one or two 84 led arrays up to your face without your hands?[/url]

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    Wow, great article, thanks a lot!
    About the site you posted at the end (with the 36$ LEDs), has anyone tried their lights? Are they satisfactory?

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    Hi ninal,

    I have their units, and yes they work. They are very simple, nothing fancy, and small to tiny in size. This fellow is adding larger arrays and will be getting some brighter ones as well. I find the brighter ones can heat up so I like using something around the 4000MCD for my face. I've just added an order for some of his 126 round arrays (he shows them as 120 LEDs but there are actually 126). I'll post how they are.

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    I'd just like to add this article here:

    http://www.positivehealth.com/articl...articleid=2260

    It's a well written introduction to low level therapy. A well worth read!

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    Thanks for sharing this Fut!

    Happiness is a choice.

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    So according to my very old post, I bought the twoEelixa handhelds in Feb of 2007. I'd just like to say that my handhelds are working as of Nov of 08 and it seems as strong and stable as they were from first purchase. A very well made piece and worth the money!

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    Thanks for the update Fut. I just bought a red LED from elixa.

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    Default Hi,

    Thanks for your information about Laser light therapy. That explains a lot. New therapy called the LimeLight Facial is ideal for any part of your face, neck and decollete with skin redness.

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    1) What company makes the LED arrays sold by Elixa?
    2) How effective are elixa arrays?
    3) Can they be left on for long periods like several hours without burning up?

    thanks

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    Hi Carl,
    You may find this thread helpful.

    http://www.rosaceagroup.org/The_Rosa...ad.php?t=10911

    Additionally, the other stickies in the low level light section are very informative as well.

    Welcome to the RF.

    Best wishes,
    Melissa

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