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Take a picture before with no makeup of your face. Buy the LED light therapy device from me. If you take a picture of your face at the same time before each session and if there is no difference, get a 100% full refund. We want reviews that are positive and those that are negative from customers that are not satisfied with their LED therapy who feel they just wasted 45 days and no results or very minimal at the least… not enough that anyone would notice. You should not have to pay for something if it didn't work and you can prove to a manufacture that you tried it every day and followed the protocols. You shouldn't have to pay for any shipping either. I have this arrangement worked out and I don't care if the results are positive or negative. I want real reviews. I have a bunch of these and circulate these for people who are seriously interested in doing a review for me. If you like it and want to keep it and it is a demo the price of course will be cheaper than a new one depending on how much warranty is left on the LED light therapy device. No one has time for trial and error. If I recommend a brand and model that does not work, you shouldn't have to come up with any expense. I will offers this on whichever brand and LED light therapy device based on the answers you choose on the quiz. Take my LED therapy quiz as your first point of contact if interested in getting this trial. Again, I set the rules I am doing this to get real reviews. I will keep offering this as long as it keeps going smooth like it's been.
Update: the average session for LED light therapy in a clinic is $60 to $125 per session. The only cost is the serums if someone wants to use that in their therapy. I will give the serums at my cost for those interested in doing this review for me.
Dosages and Serums
Some serums required different isolate wavelengths within a certain wavelength. If a serum has copper in it, for example, in order for to to absorb deep into the epidermis and dermis, using the wrong infrared wavelength can mess up the session. Out of the brands on the market, 880, 940, 855nm are the most popular. 880 delivers the widest spectrum and is expensive to build 880nm diodes one the cheaper 940 or 855 diodes. Getting that isolate spectrum in the middle and not straying from it is costly to make. I know this from running Coldlaserstore.com and working with LED lipolasers (LipoLasersReviewed.com). They can't bullshit someone who has worked with LEDs way before they became popular for aesthetic reasons… way before any of these serums and hand held LED light therapy devices came out.
Residential LED panels I do NOT approve of:
I do not approve nor will sell LED panels that do not pass my spectrometer tests. It's funny how all of my tests on most of these residential LEDs do not show the same results as the specs on certain manufacturer's sites. There are so many ways to manipulate the specs (peak power when customers think the LED is performing at constant power). Input vs output power. The variance of nanometers in the wavlength. The LED might go to 880mw for a split second and the majority of the time it can be at 910nm, not the constant wavelength that was probably the one tested in the FDA studies that it was cleared for.

There are many residential LED panels that have high wattage and fewer diodes that give it a higher mw/cm2 rating. All this can do is just reflect if the person has a lot of blood compared to the "non real world tests with someone that did not have as much reflection. Chiropractors learn this the hard way when buying cold lasers that are too powerful and they just reflect and not absorb (Coldlaserstore.com is my other site if anyone wants to see my other site).

I do not expect a cheap residential LED that has many diodes to have the quality of a SBT diode. If it does it usually will say "SBT style" diodes. Unless it has the registered trademark SBT diode that only one  company has on their diodes (Lightwave) then it is probably a knock off and not the real one.

Also, most cheaper high diode LED panels usually have blue, red, infrared and the fluence of just a single wavelength is very low. Now, some are adding 630 and 660nm red diodes. So now only half o the diodes are the deep penetrating reds. Still, this is spliting the fluence up even more. These are so low powered that the best thing worth having with these is just using it as a ZP infused LED and I can use it for other purposes that have nothing to do with their claims (see my youtube channel. I have over 600 videos at this time of reviewing ZP infusions).
Red light Complaints
So many customers are getting Red light phototherapy from brands that do not have a high dosage. Their dosages are usually under 20mw/cm2 and does not reach the dermis layer with enough intensity to make the fibroblasts make more collagen (people try to return machines when they don't make them look younger). I am not going to sell someone a LED therapy light when I know it's not going to do what they are telling me they want just because it's the only one they can afford. No wonder their fine lines and wrinkles aren't smoothing out. Most of the Red light LEDs don't even use the deepest wavelength. These people wait 45 days to 60 days and by then the 30 day free return money back trial is over and they have to pay a restocking fee for something that didn't even work.
These really cheap low wattage, low fluence, low joules per minute Led light therapy devices that don't give the user a warm glow feeling after the session are probably the ones that have little to no therapeutic effect at all.
What customers call me about when the LED therapy light has broken and the manufacture won't help them. A big problem that is not a manufacturer defect is overheating and moisture. When LEDS that are not meant to be used in a clinic is used all day long they can overheat. A lot of times another patient needs the LED devices right after the previous person's session and it never gets a chance to cool down. Also, moisture can ruin LEDS that are poorly made. Those who are using LED therapy for a clinic make sure they have good seals. The SLT diodes are the most resistant to humidity and are the LED type that are continuous duty.

Another big complaint is something many LED light therapy panel manufacturers are getting a way with is this, "Your warranty is only valid if you register your warranty card within the first 30 days of receiving your LED device". So many people don't read this and take advantage of the 30 day trial they forget to register it and usually (99.99%) of the time forget to read that in the small print. How can these companies really care about their customers when they hide stuff in the fine print when studies have shown that most people don't read it.
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LEDReviewed.com
...because every company claimed their LED panel was the best
Ask for Jake
1-888-853-8409
Ask for Barbara
1-888-853-8409
OMNILUX - JOOVV - LightStim - LIGHTWAVE - POLY LED - InLight - Celluma Biophotas -LEDPOD - reVive Light dlp - LEDSTIM - LEDBED - SUNLED