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    Default Dermalux Tri-Wave LED sessions at cosmetic clinic

    I've been considering having another IPL (I had one in Nov '18 and it helped a little with PIE) but it's so expensive.

    I've discovered a local clinic is offering LED using their Dermalux Tr-Wave machine.

    https://zenithcosmeticclinics.co.uk/...d-phototherapy

    The website doesn't say what the wavelength is but I found some info on the Dermalux website.

    http://www.dermaluxled.com/dermalux-tri-wave.php

    Furthur to this is found the red wavelength is 633nm. The infrared is 880nm. (edit - it may have been 830nm).

    These treatments are far cheaper than IPL treatments, but I cannot honestly determine which is the most likely to show results.

    LED treatments at the place I mentioned are "from 60" while the IPL I had last time is 250"

    I just booked a consultation at Zenith and I'll be speaking to them about their machine and what they offer in a couple of weeks.
    Last edited by darren1; 25th October 2019 at 03:02 PM.
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    I've been reading a study. The photos of the female who had three 830nm 20 minute sessions for treatment resistant skin damage looks promising. The energy setings were 60 J/cm2.

    I wonder what the average LED mask outputs as energy?

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3799034/
    I'm recovering from Mirvaso-induced skin damage. Ask me about it if you are too.

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