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  • #409
    smith becky
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    While awaiting the answer to the other questions I asked recently, I still have one more to ask. Sorry, but it is in my nature to be very inquisitive about things I use for my body. Bear with me.

    How long does it take to start seeing results when using red light to treat my face and skin, particularly for acne and fine lines. It would be really helpful to get an answer to my question. Has anyone tried red light therapy? Advise me..

    #416
    grace peach
    Participant

    Hello becky,

    In the early days of red and NIR light therapy, the phrase “Miracle cure” was thrown around. While red light works, it is no miracle cure. It works for some users better than others.

    As an example, I had to use rubylux about three times before I saw improvements, however, it took my neighbor just one day before she saw improvement. I was damn impressed. What I have come to realize is that the answer is dependent on a variety of things.

    1. Skin type
    2. Condition being treated
    3. How often and frequency of use
    4. Genetics (Yes, this matters)

    If you use light therapy, you will see improvements for your fine lines and acne no matter the factors. Give it time, it may take between 2 therapy sessions to 7 and beyond. You will definitely see improvements.

    Grace
    (Just another Light Therapy User)
    PS:
    Taking a before and after photo of your face will definitely help you track improvements.

    #420
    grace peach
    Participant

    As a follow up to my comment, fine lines may take a bit longer between 2 to 3 weeks on average.

    My use on day 3 showed little improvements, however, I could see real improvement after roughly 11 days.

    You also need to realize that using red light for fine lines also improves other facial and cosmetic features of your face; finer skin, pores, wrinkles and so much more.

    I hope that was helpful.

    #429
    tammy
    Participant

    I have seen improvements after 14 days of use.
    Some may see it earlier while others later.

    It’s a gradual process, just stick to doing it and follow best practices

    #432
    smith becky
    Participant

    Hello Grace,

    Thanks for the replies you have given. They are very useful. I am presently seeing changes using light therapy. And yu are right, it is a gradual process.

    Thanks!

    #443
    tammy
    Participant

    I have compared my before and after photos and I am elated!

    Do keep me posted on the improvements you experience along the way, and yes! a before photograph will help you see these improvements much easier.

    #584
    Marianne
    Participant

    tammy,

    wow! just 14 days? I cannot wait to see results for me too. I’ve been using mine for just a week to lighten some dark spots and acne marks. Will red light also help lightening body scars?

    Thanks!

    #632
    Rosiee
    Participant

    I haven’t really noticed any changes on my physical appearance but when it comes to the sleeping habits of my daughter and me though, yeah totally worked wonders!

    #637
    Ozuna
    Participant

    Hi ladies (and gentlemen if any)

    I was recommended to use light therapy as a remedy for my wrinkles. And reading your comments made me wonder, because I am 33 years old and have a lot of wrinkles. Do you think I would need to use it a little longer?

    #733
    NIKKIGAL
    Participant

    Ozuna, you really need to use it daily or as part of your daily routine. And in no time you will see results.

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