Use of light-emitting diode photomodulation to reduce erythema and discomfort after intense pulsed light treatment of photodamage.

@article{Khoury2008UseOL,
  title={Use of light-emitting diode photomodulation to reduce erythema and discomfort after intense pulsed light treatment of photodamage.},
  author={Jane G Khoury and Mitchel P. Goldman},
  journal={Journal of cosmetic dermatology},
  year={2008},
  volume={7 1},
  pages={
          30-4
        }
}
OBJECTIVES This study evaluates the use of light-emitting diode (LED) photomodulation therapy to accelerate resolution of post-intense pulsed light (IPL) erythema. METHODS In this split-face study, 15 subjects were randomized to receive LED treatment to one side of the face as determined by computer-generated randomization numbers. All 15 subjects received a single IPL treatment for facial photodamage. Immediately after IPL treatment, one side of the face was treated for 35 s with the LED… CONTINUE READING
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