Our cosmetic acupuncturist not only helps slow down the natural ageing process but also helps fight Acne.

Yes she really is our in house skin superhero! Her secret weapon is FDA cleared to treat acne because it’s safe, proven and effective.

Based on scientific research pioneered by NASA, this Low level light therapy device is a phototherapy device, utilizing specific wavelengths of light, produced by light emitting diodes (LEDs) to treat multiple skin conditions.

The therapeutic wavelengths include near- infrared, red, and blue light which has been shown to kill P-acnes and reduce inflammation and lesions.

Blue and red light combination LED phototherapy is an effective, safe and non- painful treatment for mild to moderately severe acne vulgaris, particularly for papulopustular acne lesions.1

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How does this device help acne?

The deeply penetrating wavelengths kill the bacteria that causes breakouts, while reducing the inflammation, pimples and redness associated with acne. A reduction

in lesions and overall improvement in skin appearance is often seen in only a matter of weeks. Outcomes vary depending on severity of the condition.

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So what does it involve?

  • 30 minute treatment time
  • Only have to listen to Andrea chat for 2 minutes before she leaves you to relax for a full 30 minutes
  • Eyewear is placed over your eyes and the mask is placed over your face and then you can sleep! It’s very comfortable
  • $50 per treatment or packages are available
  • Watch your skin improve after each session

Fore more information or to book an appointment with Andrea call 02-84060679 or visit http://www.nbip.com.au

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