The Dual Care LED Red and Amber Light Therapy for Rosacea has launched

LED light therapy for rosacea red and amber The Dual Care - for blog

LED light therapy for rosacea red and amber The Dual Care - for blogThis is just a quick post to thank everyone for the fantastic questions you’ve been sending me about when Smarter Lights (formerly Light Therapy Options) will be launching their Dual Care rosacea light (the one I’ve been talking about because I was sent the prototype as a part of the company’s testing).

I finally know the answer!

Officially, the new rosacea-focused website launches on February 11, but it’s February 10 right now and I’m already seeing it, so I guess it’s open today but the grand opening is tomorrow.

The website is here: Smarter Lights Website

The Dual Care light is going to be $329 (American dollars) at its full price, but I just checked it out and it looks like there is an introductory sale offer that will save you $30.

It’s currently on sale for $279 here: Dual Care rosacea light therapy set

By the way, in case you’re wondering, yes, that is my face in the “before” and “after” photos. Since I was a prototype tester, they asked me for pictures to monitor my progress and I was more than happy to share!

Here’s what it comes with:

  • The High-Powered Red & Amber LED bulb (they call it a “power head”)
  • The clamp lamp that converts into a hand-held lamp (so you can use it either way)
  • Eye goggles called “Super Sunnies” for comfort (the light won’t hurt your eyes, the goggles are for the brightness)
  • Usage instructions
  • 90 day satisfaction guarantee
  • Lifetime warranty

I did a video about this, in case you’d rather watch me babble than read what I’ve typed 😉

I hope I’ve answered all your questions.

I’ve been thinking about interviewing the owner of Light Therapy Options to have more questions answered so that I can share it all with you (since I’m really not an expert, I’m just someone who has tried the product).

If there’s anything you want to know about amber and/or red light therapy for rosacea, please let me know in the comments of this blog, or on Twitter at #FixMyRedFace.  That way, I’ll know what to ask when I talk to her, and I’ll be able to let you know the answers!

That’s it for now.  Sorry my blog looks a bit like an ad. This is not sponsored and I’m not being paid to write this.  I’ve just had so many people contact me about this light – through my contact form, over Facebook and on Twitter – that I wanted to share all the answers in one place so I don’t miss anyone!

I’ll start posting normally again, soon.  I’m currently trying out a new line of products from Face Addiction that I’m excited to tell you about.

Thanks again, everyone, for all the support and the great questions you’ve asked.  Keep them coming!