The Only Over-the-Counter Light Therapy Device You Need!
Our dpl® IIa is a one-of-a-kind light therapy device with 3 treatment options and the largest treatment area available. Experience medical-grade light therapy in the comfort of your own home. Select from anti-aging, acne treatment, or both at once. You will see unprecedented results after using it just minutes per day.
In addition to anti-aging and acne treatment effects, the powerful infrared (IR) LED lights in the dpl IIa support skin healing and recovery activity, as well as minimizing damage caused by sunburn, bruising, cuts and scrapes, and scarring from acne.
Features and Benefits of the dpl® IIa include:
- FDA-cleared, OTC Class II medical device
- 3 powerful treatment settings
- Safe for all skin types
- 880nm Infrared
- 660nm Deep Red
- 630nm Red
- 605nm Amber
- 415nm non-UV Blue
Setting 1: Anti-Aging
- Reduces wrinkles and fine lines
- Reduces the appearance of smile and frown lines
- Enhances skin tone
- Stimulates natural collagen and elastin
Setting 2: Acne Treatment
- Reaches deep where bacteria live
- Soothes inflammation and reduces pore size
- Purifies the skin and stabilizes oil glands
- Reduces future acne flare-ups and potential scarring
- Calms redness and inflammation
Setting 3: Both Anti-Aging & Acne Treatment—Ultimate Time Saver!
- All the benefits of the anti-aging and acne treatment settings at once
- Saves time
- Maximizes benefits
Can’t decide between the dpl® IIa and the dpl® II?
The dpl® II is the same product as our best-selling dpl® IIa, without the Acne Treatment setting. If you don’t struggle with large areas of acne, such as full-face or back acne, but want a large treatment area for wrinkle reduction and anti-aging — then the dpl® IIa is the product for you!
If you struggle with occasional break-outs, explore our line of spot treatment devices for acne. Treating your skin with blue light can destroy the good bacteria along with the acne-causing bacteria, so spot treatment devices are the recommended solution for minor breakouts or the occasional pimple.
Learn more about light therapy on our blog. This article might be of particular interest: How Are Blue and Red Light Therapy Devices Different?