In our previous article, we introduced the beneficial effects of red light, utilized by the ritualistic peeler and its rejuvenating G-Red function. Today, let's delve into how and why blue light is used in dermatology and cosmetics. We'll explore its main properties and how it can assist you.

The effects of blue light have been the subject of scientific research since the first half of the 20th century. Phototherapy, or light treatment, was initially used to treat skin diseases such as psoriasis and lupus vulgaris (tuberculosis of the skin). Scientists and doctors observed that certain wavelengths of light could have a therapeutic effect on skin tissue, leading to experiments with various spectrums, including blue light. In the 60s and 70s, knowledge about the influence of blue light on living organisms expanded, particularly regarding its antibacterial effects. It was proven to effectively combat bacteria like Propionibacterium acnes, which causes acne. Studies showed that blue light could inhibit the growth of these bacteria, providing an alternative treatment for acne patients, including those who do not respond to traditional treatments or have developed resistance.

With technological advancements in recent decades, the use of blue light has become more accessible and effective. LED (light-emitting diode) technology has allowed for more precise and targeted application of blue light on affected skin areas with minimal side effects. This led to the adoption of blue light in dermatological clinics and beauty salons, where it is enthusiastically used for acne treatment, improving skin texture, and reducing the visibility of scars and pigmentation.

Nowadays, the blue light is integrated into various cosmetic and dermatological devices, including home peeling devices like thehypoallergenic peeler from Reclar. The G-Blue mode ritual operates on the same principle as the red light therapy detailed in our previous article.

The beneficial effects of blue light and its use in cosmetics include:

  • Acne treatment and antibacterial effects: Blue light acts against Propionibacterium acnes bacteria, one of the main causes of acne. These bacteria produce porphyrins, and when exposed to blue light, free radicals are formed that destroy the bacteria.
  • Sebum reduction: Blue light helps regulate sebum production, which can also prevent acne. Its ability to penetrate deeper under the skin helps work hydrating creams and serums into deeper skin layers. Balanced sebum reduction is key to maintaining healthy skin and preventing clogged pores, which wards off unsightly subcutaneous acne and blackheads.
  • Anti-inflammatory effects: Blue light therapy is also suitable for individuals with sensitive skin prone to eczema or seborrheic dermatitis. Blue light can help relieve redness and calm the skin after just a few uses. For more severe eczema cases, which itching may lead to scratching, consult your dermatologist.
  • Skin texture improvement: After performing the healing ritual with the peeler, you will feel how beautifully soft and firm your skin is. In addition to its antibacterial effects, blue light can help improve skin texture by promoting mild exfoliation and stimulating skin regeneration. Together with red light, it helps reduce fine lines, more pronounced lines, and tighten enlarged pores. Combining both modes of this light therapy is ideal for achieving even skin tone and greater elasticity.
  • Regeneration support: Blue light in the peeler, accompanied by galvanization, deeply stimulates cell renewal, promoting skin regeneration and maintaining a youthful appearance. Deep tissue sterilization aids in immediate healing of minor wounds and scars. Although it's a very sensitive and non-invasive treatment, the first effects are noticeable after just a few applications.
  • Rejuvenating effects: While the primary use of blue light focuses on acne and inflammation treatment, studies show it can also combat signs of aging, such as hyperpigmentation and loss of skin elasticity, thanks to its ability to stimulate elastin production. Again, the most effective combination is with red light, which activates collagen production.

Healing blue light, like rejuvenating red light, has become a significant tool for treating and improving skin conditions in the last twenty years. Modern dermatological practice increasingly favors non-invasive and gentle treatments. With the Reclar peeler, you can apply these beneficial therapeutic procedures yourself at home without the need to visit a dermatologist or beautician. Blue light is suitable for anyone troubled by acne, clogged pores, open pores, minor scars, pigmentation spots, or the discomfort of aging skin. For even better antibacterial properties, consider reaching for the Ritualistic peeler plus 24K, which has its head covered in twenty-four-karat gold. Gold is known for its antibacterial properties, further aiding proper blood circulation and removing toxins from the skin surface. The device with the gold head does not require special cleaning, thanks to its self-disinfecting capabilities. Simply wipe it with the cloth provided after use. Light therapy represents an advanced tool in skincare that surpasses traditional expensive cosmetic products

Take advantage of its many benefits and incorporate the galvanic spatula into your daily skincare routine today.