LED light therapy is a treatment for skin that has been shown to produce anti-aging results, and hand-held versions are being sold around the world. Find out how LED light exposure can help the skin with information from a practicing dermatologist in this free video on skin care.
Expert: Loretta Ciraldo
Bio: Dr. Loretta Ciraldo is a board-certified dermatologist in Miami, Fla.
Filmmaker: Paul Muller
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Hi Dr Ciraldo, with all my respect I strongly disagree that small LED devices are weaker than the large panels. I personally own both types and I can guarantee that the small device provide better results for short time which the big panel can't. The key is that the closer the LED is applied to the skin the better results you can achieve. I agree that there is some fake LED devices but I am most happy with the results from the small LED.
Good answer. Thank you for the information. Do you ever use the K-laser for any of your treatments for the skin? There are other brands beside the K-laser. I am not sure if the K-laser has any use in dermatology. I know that a lot of chiropractors, and physical therapy folks use them for orthopedic problems. How about you, and other dermatologists?
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