Vertical LED for facial rejuvenation
Propionibacterium plays an important role in the formation of acne.
Their metabolites, endogenous porphyrins (composed mainly of coproporphyrin III),
They mainly show a peak absorption at 320 nm and 415 nm. Blue light at 410 nm-419 nm activates porphyrins more effectively and can activate porphyrins unstable high-energy that can combine with triplet oxygen to form singlet oxygen and free active genes. Singlet oxygen can damage membranes bacterial cell phones, thus killing Propionibacterium and eliminating lesions Inflammatory skin in acne, and can also affect the flow of protons through of membranes, change intracellular pH and improve the immune mechanism, to inhibit the proliferation of acne Propionibacterium.
Although red light at 620 nm-760 nm activates porphyrins less effectively than light blue, has a relatively greater penetration into the tissue. It can stimulate macrophages to release cytokines to fight inflammation to some extent. In addition Through the inducible expression of new collagen, red light can also affect wound healing and damage repair, and stimulating the proliferation of fibroblasts to produce growth factors, thus accelerating the process of repair of damaged tissue.
|Power supply||AC 100 ~ 240V, 50 / 60Hz ± 2%|
|Fuse specification, model, rating||T5.0AL / 250V Ф5 * 20|
|Atmospheric pressure||700hPa ~ 1060hPa|
|Working distance||6 cm ± 1 cm|
|Maximum absorption wavelength||Red light|
|Power density||Red light 20 ~ 96 mW / cm2; Blue light 6 ~ 40 mW / cm2|
Twice a week; three-day interval; for each time, first red light during 20 minutes, then blue light for 20 minutes. Alternative treatment for four weeks.
Before And After
1. Persons who apply for treatment?
Patients over 18 years of age with mild to moderate acne, except pregnant women, lactating women and patients with a history of photosensitivity or recent use of photosensitizing drugs.
2. What are Contraindications?
The product is not suitable for pregnant women, patients with photosensitive skin diseases, a history of photosensitivity, or recent use of photosensitive drugs.
3. Which Therapy do you recommend?
Twice a week; three-day interval; for each time, first red light for 20 minutes, then blue light for 20 minutes. Alternative treatment for four weeks.