BLU-U® Blue Light Therapy
EVERYOUNG

Medical Aesthetics Centre

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About the Treatment

Are you fed up with breakouts and blemishes? Healthy skin begins with treating the underlying cause of acne and working towards preventing new breakouts. Equally prevalent in teenagers as well as adults, acne often undermines self confidence, and our doctors at EverYoung are passionate about finding strategies to help you keep it in check.

BLU-U photodynamic therapy treats moderate acne vulgaris is a completely safe, painless and comfortable treatment, with no side effects. It uses a therapeutic blue light to control excess oil in the skin and target the bacteria (P. Acnes) responsible for inflammation, before it has a chance to thrive and inflame your skin. Over the course of treatment, you will experience a gradual clearing of pimples, blackheads and whiteheads; with the goal of improving your skin’s appearance and reducing further breakouts.

Treatments at a Glance

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    BEST RESULTS

    6 Treatments

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    DURATION OF RESULTS

    Months

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    ANESTHETICS

    None

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    RISKS & COMPLICATIONS

    Low

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    PROCEDURE TIME

    60 minutes

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    BACK TO WORK

    Right Away

Benefits

  • Safe, painless, effective
  • Kills the bacteria responsible for acne
  • Helps clear blemishes & pimples
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Prevents further breakouts

FAQ

IS BLU-U LIGHT SAFE?

Yes. Blu-U delivers fluorescent light over a large area and does not emit any UV light. It is completely safe and the light is not hot.

WHAT ARE BLU-U TREATMENTS LIKE?

Treatments are completely painless and consist of sitting with your face near the light for a short period of time, usually once or twice a week.

HOW MANY TREATMENTS WILL I NEED?

BLU-U requires a series of treatments to get your acne under control. Our physicians at EverYoung will determine a schedule based on the severity of your acne.

HOW DOES BLU-U WORK?

BLU-U light therapy uses a unique blue light that kills the P. acnes bacteria responsible for acne and inflammation in the skin.