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    Default To sell: Rosacea Dual-Care lamp

    Hey folks,

    I decided to sell one of my devices which I bought in September of 2016 year. I think this lamp is a bit too weak for my face and I needed stronger device which I already acquired.
    Device I sell, I bought in USA and people find it good against redness, rosacea and conditions which are connected to this illness. However in my case my skin is tough and can easily tolerate much higher doses of red light which was one of the main the reason of buying stronger device.
    I had bought it for total of 400 EUR with so called "border tax" in European Union so I ask 250 EUR with possibility to negotiate.
    It is whole lamp, box, European Cable and the bill. The guarantee is lifetime.

    The website of this product is here: https://www.smarterlights.com/product-p/lto-007.htm

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    I already have that one... it does seem 'weak' in comparison to a couple of sessions of RLT I had at a clinic (a Dermalux machine I think it was)

    What stronger one did you buy please if you don't mind me asking?


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    Yes, the output power is not enormous, more less in the low level of healing range.

    The new device I bought has enormous power, suitable for my skin: https://redlightman.com/product/red-light-device/
    But be aware that every skin is different, I tolerate it well but for someone else even Dual-Care product would be enough.

    If you need more power you may try it

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    Thanks, that site looks really good.

    I need to focus on consistent use of my Smart Light first I suppose... how long does it take to see an effect with red light therapy...?


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    I would say it takes few months. In the medical documents (tests) I've seen statements that say that 12 weeks gives visible results compared to the day 1.
    Anyway in short words - it takes long time.

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    Hey forsberg how often do you use and for how long?
    Do you just have the plain red?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forsberg View Post
    I would say it takes few months. In the medical documents (tests) I've seen statements that say that 12 weeks gives visible results compared to the day 1.
    Anyway in short words - it takes long time.
    I think I might have gotten lucky because I'm 2 weeks into my red light therapy here at home (I do it 2x per day for 90 seconds each session), and I am seeing definite positive results. My skin texture is almost normal (like 95% normal... most people would never notice anything but I can tell my skin still has some off texture) and I am far less heat sensitive than I used to be, even just compared to a week ago. The unit I bought said full results at 3 months... but I'm already super pleased. I would suppose result times and effects would vary, as everyone's skin and rosacea symptoms are going to be unique to them. I was skeptical when adding red light therapy into my regimen, but now I am a full on advocate of giving it a try.

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    Thanks, that's a good incentive for me to actually stick to a routine.



    What unit are you using for your RLT please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puzzled View Post
    Thanks, that's a good incentive for me to actually stick to a routine.



    What unit are you using for your RLT please?
    I'm using this one...

    https://www.smarterlights.com/The-Pu...p/e-lt-red.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by JennAdeleK View Post


    Ah yes we have the same light then. That is cool!

    Even more of an incentive - I am quite the flusher/blusher with broken blood vessels...

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