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Light emitting (LED) light therapy is growing in popularity in both aesthetician offices and at home. Using varying LED wavelengths, this skincare technique purportedly helps:

treat acne , reduce inflammation , promote anti-aging effects

You may be a candidate for LED light therapy if you have these types of skincare concerns and haven’t gotten the results you want from over-the-counter (OTC) skin products. LED therapy is also safe for all skin colors, and it doesn’t cause any burning.

However, there are a few potential drawbacks. Here are several:

LED therapy can be expensive., The results aren’t guaranteed , It’s also not safe if you take certain medications or have an active skin disorder.


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A NASA technology originally developed for plant growth experiments on space shuttle missions has successfully reduced the painful side effects resulting from chemotherapy and radiation treatment in bone marrow and stem cell transplant patients. 

“Using this technology as a healing agent was phenomenal,” said Dr. Donna , clinical trial principal investigator and director of clinical services and education at the Bone Marrow Transplant and Cellular Therapy Unit at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital. “The HEALS device was well tolerated with no adverse affects to our bone marrow and stem cell transplant patients.” 

The HEALS device, known as the WARP 75 light delivery system, can provide a cost-effective therapy since the device itself is less expensive than a day at the hospital and a proactive therapy for symptoms of mucositis that are currently difficult to treat without additional, negative side effects. 

LEDs are light sources releasing energy in the form of photons. They release long wavelengths of light that stimulate cells to aid in healing. HEALS technology allows LED chips to function at their maximum irradiancy without emitting heat. NASA is interested in using HEALS technology for medical uses to improve healing in space and for long-term human spaceflight. 

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Due to the definition of Active Medical device for therapy, as per below, our indicative advice would be that the device would fall under the classification of a Class IIa or Class IIb. This is due to claims presented by the manufacturer.

Active medical device for therapy means an active medical device that is intended by the manufacturer to be used on a human being, either alone or in combination with another medical device, to support, modify, replace or restore biological functions or structures for the purpose of treating or alleviating an illness, injury or handicap.

It is the responsibility of the manufacturer to classify the device. However, the classification rules can be found in Schedule 2 of the Therapeutic Goods (Medical Devices) Regulations 2002 (the Regs). Specifically the below information, taken from the Regs, could likely relate to the product.