Blue light therapy treatments are relatively quick and easy. Patients either sit or lie down during treatment, and a light source is placed close to. Alas, for now, the closest thing we have to this kind of skin abracadabra is LED blue light therapy: You can literally wave it over your face.
Photodynamic, or "blue-light," therapy at University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics is helping dermatologists ward off skin cancer in patients with actinic keratoses. Blue light is a non-invasive intense pulse light treatment that uses a specific blue a 4-week period is required for blemishes to disappear and skin to regain its.
In some skin diseases like psoriasis, acne, and keratosis, Blue light is anti- inflammatory and. It's used to treat actinic keratosis (AK), a skin condition that can become cancer, and is used only on the face or scalp. A special blue light.