"LLLT triggers biostimulative-regenerative processes inside the cell and subsequently causes revitalisation of the issue as well. Second effect of LLLT refers to the vasodilatation and neovascularisation of local blood and lymph vessels, thus causing a better removal of waste products and, on the other hand, improved oxygenation and nutrition of damaged tissue. Analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects of LLLT are also significant when irradiating certain dermatological changes." 1Zlatko Simunovic, M.D., F.M.H., 2Tatjana Trobonjaca, M.D. 1Pain Clinic-Laser Center, Locarno, Switzerland 2Laser Center, Opatija, Croatia
A 1986 paper on LLLT by the International Laser Group Association states "..... it normalisers metabolism of tissues, improves blood cell nutrition, and assures a regular sebaceous secretion .... if we start from a normal quantity of hair bulbs per square cm of the various subjects involved, we can state that there was strengthening of hair bulbs ..... hair growth could be actually ascertained - also it being darker than before".
RadiantBlue LED activates chemicals called porphyrins (which are produced by the P. acnes bacteria responsible for causing acne inflammation) creating intracellular singlet oxygen – inducing bacterial cell death. This is combined with RadiantRed low level laser which has anti inflammatory properties, minimizing the redness of acne lesions and promoting healthier skin.
Correct wavelengths at optimal intensities ensure optimal results.
This reduces the bacterial colonization of the sebaceous gland, reducing sebum production to normal and reducing the production of proinflammatory cytokines.
Simultaneously, RadiantBlue induces anti-inflammatory cytokines, stimulating specific immunoregulatory pathways.
Studies have shown combination blue & red phototherapy reduces inflammatory acne lesion count by up to 80% 12 weeks from the end of treatment.