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Will the above have the ability to reduce the signs of spiderveins under the eye-area?

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Dear Fjellebasse:

Others may post with their comments/experiences on what they have found that works best for broken capillaries around the eye area.

Our general statement on LED lights have been:

• What About Use of Copper-Peptides and LED Light Systems?
Since we do not carry DPL systems, our knowledge of how to use the products together with the light treatment comes strictly from client reports. According to what clients have used in the past, just about any copper-peptide product can be used with DPL. Many clients using DPL seem to also be using CP Serum.

Please see the following quotes from clients posted on our Skin Biology Chat Forum:

"The DPL lights REALLY works great in combo with SRCPs. I treated a female 38 yo. with terrible melasma, we treated with DPL and SC-serum two times a week 4*9 minutes, and the melasma is fading, 5 weeks!"

"Combining CP with the DPL unit is an excellent idea! When you first start using the DPL unit, use it on clean skin. After a couple of weeks, apply your CP first and then use the DPL. Clients are reporting exceptional results using it that way."

"I also love DPL Light Therapy at home (I use the Lite Stim LED Light) and find it really calms my skin down if it's irritated in any way...seems to enhance the results of my products (Copper Peptides and Retin-A mainly)."

This post is from an aesthetician who carries our products:

"I just got permission from SkinBiology to post that I offer the DPL Therapy Light... It works GREAT with copper peptide - like putting CP on steroids! Nanci from NCN Skin Care"

CLICK HERE to view a post directly from Dr. Pickart on LED lights and SRCPs

Best Wishes,
-Skin Biology
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