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    does anybody know of anygood blue LED devices, for home use?

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    Most of the red light products also have blue light alternatives. There are plenty to choose from. Check the threads out on the subject.

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    Hi Mills,
    I recently purchased a red/blue light therapy device from ebay that I am very pleased with. You can do all red, all blue or a combo. In addition you can do continuous or pulse therapy. I do continuous red light therapy, never tried the pulse.

    Here is the link. Scroll down for the stats:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-Anti-Aging-P...QQcmdZViewItem

    Best wishes,
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    Quote Originally Posted by melissawohl
    Hi Mills,
    I recently purchased a red/blue light therapy device from ebay that I am very pleased with. You can do all red, all blue or a combo. In addition you can do continuous or pulse therapy. I do continuous red light therapy, never tried the pulse.

    Here is the link. Scroll down for the stats:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-Anti-Aging-P...QQcmdZViewItem

    Best wishes,
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    Hey there,

    I am curious about this product. How much of your face does it cover? How large is this unit? The unit I have now is imo too small and I wanted to treat more at once. What are the times and such for how long you use it? I would get blue/red light combind since I still have acne.

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    Hi HistoryBook,

    Here are the stats on the light:
    Display Functions:

    Pulse Mode - 3 Different Settings
    a. Red Pulse Photon
    b. Blue Pulse Photon
    c. Mix Pulse Photon with Red and Blue

    3 Intensity levels

    Components:

    10" x 4" Head with over 400 LEDs
    221 Red LEDs
    190 Blue LEDs
    Table Top Hands Free Clamp
    Supporting Arm
    Built In Timer
    Protective Goggles

    I use it between 7-10 minutes a day. That is not based on anything scientific just how much time I have and think is good. I am going slowly and hope it will pay off with results. I use the red light in continuous mode at the highesst intensity level. You can do any of the combinatios or just blue or just red. It is a nice unit for the money. My husband built a base for me because it came as a clamp whcih didn't suit my needs. It was very easy to attach a wooden platform and place it on a surface.
    It covers my whole face and even ears, depending on the distance I am from it.

    Best wishes,
    Melissa

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    hey thanks for the information.

    I am thinking of purchasing this, but in red and blue. What is your opinion of the unit and do you think it is a good buy?

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    I love it. It comes in red and blue and you can shut off either or keep them both. I use just the red. It also has 3 different intensities. I think it is a great deal for the price.

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    Anyone reading this thread, please also read these posts:

    http://www.rosaceagroup.org/The_Rosa...6&postcount=22

    http://www.rosaceagroup.org/The_Rosa...4&postcount=23

    http://www.rosaceagroup.org/The_Rosa...4&postcount=24

    http://www.rosaceagroup.org/The_Rosa...5&postcount=25

    http://www.rosaceagroup.org/The_Rosa...1&postcount=26

    Mills has revealed the source of his information was Dr. Nielsen, a partner of Dr. Nase. The history of Dr. Nase and his vengeance campaign to discredit RLT is briefly covered in the last thread listed above.

    This kind of hooligansim is such a waste of energy.

    PS. I am posting these on all Mills recent threads on this, so the reason for the thread doesn't get lost over time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by melissawohl View Post
    I love it. It comes in red and blue and you can shut off either or keep them both. I use just the red. It also has 3 different intensities. I think it is a great deal for the price.
    The blue light killing acne bacteria must be exactly 415nm, looks like deep dark blue. It corresponds to the peak light absorbtion by the bacteria. Other blue wavelenghts havent been studied at all

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    hi dr. nielson is one source the others are from www.curelight.com under the clearxl
    they have studies showing blue light reduce proinflammatory cytokine il-1a and that it reduces edema.

    other information on got on google doing a search of blue light anti-inflammatry effect

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