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    OMG!
    That's an incredible result!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twickle Purple View Post
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    I haven't posted in a few years and want to give an update to anyone thinking about RLT. Here is my face with 'rosacea; from decades of steroid use and after two years steroid free and using red light therapy. It's like my telangiectasia was dissolved away.

    Here is my RLT face mask -- which I love! Aliexpress has great prices!
    Wow, that is incredibly encouraging!
    I have had some positive results from having some RLT sessions at my dermatologists office.
    Doing some research now to help make a decision regarding buying an at home device.
    So pleased to see how well this has worked for you!
    Mindfully Optimistic

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    I bought a 7 light LED mask this year and I've started using it again after taking a break while I had PDL. I wish I'd known about LED before the dermatologist gave me Mirvaso.

    I could have avoided much pain, suffering and expense.
    I'm recovering from Mirvaso-induced skin damage. Ask me about it if you are too.

    • Read about my PDL and IPL, with videos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darren1 View Post
    I bought a 7 light LED mask this year and I've started using it again after taking a break while I had PDL. I wish I'd known about LED before the dermatologist gave me Mirvaso.

    I could have avoided much pain, suffering and expense.

    So did you see any improvement yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by timo View Post
    So did you see any improvement yet?
    I've not used it enough to see any results. In total, over the course of this year, I've had about 3 hours use out of it.

    I really need to be doing it daily, but I'm afraid of over doing it.
    I'm recovering from Mirvaso-induced skin damage. Ask me about it if you are too.

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    HOw long do you have to use if for before seeing results(weeks/months), how long do you have to keep the mask on for each time (minutes) ?

    Thanks for sharing . Great Results !!!

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    What is the name of the product you use ? do you have a link for it ? Can I get it on Amazon

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    Could the original poster please post another picture? I'm skeptical about this entire post, as it seems the LED craze is predicated on this supposed success story.

    The OP may or may not be genuine, and I've seen the same picture around the web advertising acne creams: https://commonbunny.com/products/acn...-removal-cream

    Sorry if I sound blunt. I've used my LED mask for about 2 years and I've seen no real improvements and my skin was never as bad as that shown in the picture posted by the person who started this thread.

    I'll persist with LED - using a 660nm light, which is a 30nm difference to that of the 630nm found o nthat LED mask - but cautiously.
    I'm recovering from Mirvaso-induced skin damage. Ask me about it if you are too.

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    I actually think the OP is authentic although she isn't around anymore. Although it's good to take anything with a grain of salt - post content, pics, even papers.

    I have some pics of my own flares around the internet - and wouldn't be surprised if someone took them out of context

    I've ran into the OP elsewhere, actually

    I think causal factor matters a lot - and OP said hers was steroid induced.

    Mine is not steroid-induced and light therapy makes mine worse

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    Quote Originally Posted by laser_cat View Post

    Mine is not steroid-induced and light therapy makes mine worse
    What type of light therapy were you using that made it worse? Red?
    I'm recovering from Mirvaso-induced skin damage. Ask me about it if you are too.

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