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    Hi!

    Where the skin is red the texture is also more irregular (due to inflammation and free radicals). Will LLLT help with this skin texture in addition to redness?

    Many thanks

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    Hello!

    An improvement in skin texture is, not unusually, the first thing that people notice when using LLLT.

    I noticed an improvement in texture two weeks into use - the other goodies ( improved redness, reduced flushing) coming along after a month or so.

    This pattern of improvement is certainly not atypical.

    Good luck.

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    That was my question as well

    Could others confirm the observation that the skin in your flush zones is a different texture, for example, a little more rough and tight feeling, with a little "scaley"/shiny look to it? Can anyone relate to this?

    I really hope RLT can help to bring back the skin to what my skin in my other face areas looks like.

    Thank you for your help everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GJ View Post
    Hello!

    An improvement in skin texture is, not unusually, the first thing that people notice when using LLLT.

    I noticed an improvement in texture two weeks into use - the other goodies ( improved redness, reduced flushing) coming along after a month or so.

    This pattern of improvement is certainly not atypical.

    Good luck.
    Thanks for the reply! What wavelength are you using? 660nm?



    pennya, have you started LLLT yet? Have your shiny/irregular skin improved? What wavelength are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by abraham51 View Post
    What wavelength are you using? 660nm?
    Yep. I use near infrared (880nm) from time to time too.

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    Abraham51

    I'm only using a little handheld unit for now. I'm stil waiting for a bigger unit to be built for me. So in terms of any improvement, I can't say yet. How would you describe your irregular skin?

    I'm hoping RLT will be helpful in improving these 'damaged' areas of the skin.

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