This is Emily from @thepuristcollection looking as radiant as ever after her enzyme therapy✨
Beautiful Emily is also a fully fledged naturopath who specialises in skin health✔️
As experts in our exclusive fields, together we are able to work our naturalist practices to achieve beautiful skin from the inside out & the outside in,
giving the glowy, happy, healthy skin that dreams are made of✨
I advise seeking a naturopathic opinion when it comes to uncovering & treating internal issues to avoid harmful medications that will cause more long term damage!
TREAT THE CAUSE NOT THE SYMPTOM🌱
This is our friend the blue light (415nm) 💙
Besides looking super cool and space-agey, it's also excellent for destroying the acne-causing bacteria P. acnes (now being called C. acnes in some literature). This P. acnes/C. acnes bacteria can sometimes produce enzymes and inflammation, which contributes to acne and irritation in some people.
While the blue light is brilliant for killing this bacteria and helping reduce inflammation, it doesn't contribute to healing, which is why I save it for clients with moderate to severe acne only. I find the near-infrared (830nm) light (see previous post!) to be such a great all-rounder (not just for skin, but the body in general), that I prefer it to do the heavy lifting when it comes to treating skin, especially if the acne is on the milder side. (It's also great to get the collagen-building going to reduce scarring).
If you are having a course of blue light treatments, make sure not to have more than two in a row without a near-infrared treatment in between (preferably 48 hours after the blue light), as this speeds up the healing. It also helps brighten the skin, as sometimes the blue light can exacerbate pigmentation or melasma (especially on darker skins).
The blue light absolutely has it's place in the treatment of people suffering with acne (I wish it had been around when I was clearing chemists of every tube of Clearasil® on the shelf), however make sure your course is interspersed with near-infrared treatments to not only kill the bacteria, but also leave your skin healthier, brighter, clearer and on the road to recovery.
(Oh and make sure to always always always wear the proper eye goggles during your blue light treatments 💯)
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