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Other IPL & Laser Technologies > Omnilux

I'm planning to purchase Omnilux in our small medspa to treat acne. Should I or should I not? Is this effective? What can you recommend? Thanks so much in advance.

Are you just looking for something to treat acne? If I were you, I'd set aside the money for a better investment.

I like the full-face aspect of the Onmilux. Remember, when you purchase any equipment, to take into consideration the support of the person/company you buy it from. It often seems cheaper to buy a used unit, but consider the training and support you need to maximize your investment.

11.2 | Unregistered CommenterAUrore

If you are just starting out, good product care and follow up will be your key...I would make the investment in website seo, etc. Also, red is usually considered for inflammation and blue for acne ...at least that is what I have been using mine for. I tend to use the red most....good luck on your new venture!

11.20 | Unregistered Commentermarlin

Blue light (approx 420 nanometers) to kill P.acnes bacteria and red light for rosacea, anti aging. Three treatments per week , every other day,is the protocol I have used.

Just another reminder...power 668 lumens = 1 watt /1 watt = 1 joule / 668 lumens = 1 joule / flashlight puts our about 113 lumens. What matters is to understand how much these devices put out.

12.13 | Unregistered Commenter48mautone

Hi.
I am not a doctor but we do have Omnilux and we used for treating the acne for Our son 23 years old. After ten treatments the acne was gone and the appearance of his skin was perfect. The treatment is a no hands on treatment and very comfortable. Omnilux do have the most impressive number of clinical documentation I have ever seen and their protocols incudes many different treatments.. I do think this Device derserve more focus also for combination treatments. Sorry for my English I am Norwegian.

08.3 | Unregistered CommenterKjell

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