ACNE CLEAR blue light therapy
is a proven aid to skin cleanliness, the successful treatment of skin problems will benefit from a good skin care regime as well as regular use of the Pentus Acne Clear LED face mask
About two in 10 teenagers suffer from acne, many teenagers carrying skin problems into their 20′s.
Dermatologists and skin care specialists recommend LED Light Therapy technology as a deterrent and as a form of ongoing control of teenage skin problems.
Pentus Acne Clear is a safe and revolutionary skin cleansing system using the latest LED Light Therapy technology.
By harnessing the power of blue LED light, Pentus Acne Clear helps to reduce the bacteria which cause skin complaints.
When the pores of the skin become blocked or clogged, bacteria begin to grow resulting in blemishes, blackheads and whiteheads. The bacteria contained in the inflamed pores can spread to the skin which may aggravate the skin surface causing acne.
The Blue LED light therapy of the Pentus Acne Clear gets right down into the core of the skin’s pores, helping to cleanse the skin of the harmful bacteria that cause skin problems.
Pentus Acne Clear LED face treatment visor is light, comfortable and easily worn. During the 20 minute treatment. LED light is directed to the face area. Tinted safety glasses are provided.
The application of blue LED light is a documented therapy for the control of spots and pimples. Pentus Acne Clear uses powerful medical grade blue LED lights that kill the bacteria that cause spots and help to prevent future breakouts. This is the light that dermatologists and skin care specialists recommend to help diminish and control spots, reduce inflammation and provide a general rejuvenation of the skin.
LED Light Therapy is the use of specific wavelengths of light which give off energy that are used in many applications. This is known as Photo Therapy. LED stands for Light Emitting Diode. Diodes give off energy in the form of light. These little diodes are compact, durable, powerful, bright, efficient, and are used to kill the bacteria that cause spots.
Great alternative to oral medications
In 2000, a research study conducted by Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine at Hammersmith Hospital in London concluded: “We have found that phototherapy with mixed blue-red light, probably by combining antibacterial and anti-inflammatory actions, is an effective means of treating acne vulgaris of mild to moderate severity, with no significant short-term adverse effects.” Many other tests have followed suit. Above and beyond everything we state here, the single most important fact is what we hear over and over again from our customers, and that is, “IT WORKS!”