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    anybody have the fda approved omnilux handheld , it has blue and red led. same power as office device.

    no matter what led color you use you have to wait at least 48 hours in between treats for it to work

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    It appears they have another product called the New U light therapy that uses red ad near-infrared

    Omnilux Clear-U Light Therapy employs switchable blue (415 nm) and red (633 nm), in one small hand held device. The versatility of the hand-held serves as a successful at-home device in the treatment of mild to moderate acne. Clinical studies show a 70% clearance of inflammatory lesions after the recommended course of treatments. Photo Therapeutics, Inc. recommends a protocol of 2 treatments per week for 4 weeks, alternating between Red and Blue, with follow-up treatments as needed.

    Omnilux New-U Light Therapy is clinically proven to reduce the visible signs of aging. New-U contains Near-IR (830 nm) and Red (633 nm), clinically proven to visibly reduce crows’ feet. Recommended protocol for the New-U is 2 treatments a week for 4 weeks, alternating between Red and Near-IR, with follow-up treatments as needed.
    My guess though is that you can get the same wavelength for alot cheaper. However this is only a guess but I am sure will be able to help you further.

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