The Omnilux FDA approved light therapy devices were created in the UK about 10 years ago and appear to be most popular anti-aging and acne treatment light therapy devices in spas and clinics.
There are many light therapy devices out there, but Omnilux light therapy is the only LED machine on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG), one of the strictest regulatory bodies in the world.
Omnilux Light Therapy – Uses
Omnilux technology can be used for many different purposes: Anti-aging, skin rejuvenation, reducing wrinkles and fine lines, sun damage, psoriasis, dermatitis, eczema, hyperpigmentation, wound healing, acne, acne scars, rosacea and muscle, joint and nerve pain relief. These are only some of the benefits.
Is It Worth the Cost?
If you are considering a treatment series in some fancy clinic or spa – Please save your money. An average treatment costs between $90-$110 per treatment. Multiply that by 10 – 1000$ for one treatment series!
Omnilux light therapy offers equally effective home devices which cost less than 2 treatment sessions in your local clinic. Home devices are available to you 24/7, you don’t have to schedule anything, drive anywhere and spend your hard-earned money to get the exact same results.
Omnilux New-U – For Beauty, Anti-Aging and Pain Relief
The Omnilux New-U combines visible and invisible (infrared) light therapy. The visible red light stimulates your skin’s natural collagen production and does not contain the harmful UVA or UVB rays. It’s like a facial to the deep, deep layers of your skin, without chemical peels or other chemical treatments.
We all know what collagen is responsible for: Smooth, firm skin with diminished wrinkles and fine lines. The fast re-growth of the skin cells will also create that plumped, glowing pregnant-woman-skin (Without…errr…the baby).
The result is your skin looking younger, more hydrated, healthier and plumped up and natural blush (from all the compliments).
OmniluxNew-U has 88 LED lights (compared to 24 LED light in the Baby Quasar Red for example); it covers 28.7 cm2 tx area in 1 treatment (compared to 12.5 cm2 tx area of the Tanda Regenerate) and can be used for 18,000 treatments (!!) per device. It’s fan cooled and has a 3 year warranty.
Treatment time is 20 minutes for each area, 3 times a week.
Now for the great bonus this device has – Infrared heating rays. Far infrared rays, which are completely invisible to the naked eye, are capable of penetrating deep into the human body (literally right down to your bones) where they gently elevate the body’s surface temperature and activate major bodily functions.
The healing rays heat your muscles, blood vessels, nerves, joints and bones. This means that if you happen to suffer from local arthritis pain, any kind of joint, muscle or nerve related pain, or any kind of sports injuries, you can simply treat yourself with the Omnilux New-U and get an almost immediate reduction of pain, inflammation and swelling – Lasting for hours.
Omnilux Clear U – Blue (&Red) Light for Acne Treatment
If you are looking for a natural alternative to Benzoyl Peroxide, blue light therapy is your best choice.
Omnilux Clear-U uses Dual Wavelengths for enhanced light therapy for acne. The blue light was scientifically proven to reduce up to 60-80 percent of acne, by turning on the “self-destruct” mechanism for the P.acnes bacteria that causes breakouts of chronic acne.
Blue light has been a trusted favorite treatment for mild to moderate acne for a long time. There’s no pain involved, no down time, the only con is that you have to be serious about this and stick to the treatment program and do it frequently for long-term results.
Blue light therapy is probably the only think other than Accutane that will work and keep acne away for good. If you want to get the best results, research found that it’s slightly better to combine the blue light with red light to promote fast healing of your skin and prevent acne scarring (the red light is an immediate anti-inflammatory).
To your health and happiness,
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