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For a glow: try LED

IN THE CLINIC Quick, gentle, and relatively affordable, LED therapy sends various wavelengths of light into the skin, each with its own benefits. The shallowest light, blue, blitzes surface bacteria, red stimulates collagen, and invisible infrared digs deeper for an anti-inflammatory effect.

Light therapy works best with a ‘little and often’ approach, meaning regular DIY LED could be a better bet than a professional session once in a blue moon. , is a sizeable investment and looks a bit unsettling, but offers powerful customisable combos of seven types of LED in sessions of 10 to 20 minutes.

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