Your Health and Safety is our Priority. Learn more about our COVID-19 Safety Protocols

Book an In-Office or Virtual Appointment

Blu light

Schedule a Consultation

Fill in the form to get in touch.


What is the Blu Light Treatment?

There is now a treatment available that doesn’t depend on medication. It’s called the BLU-U® Blue Light Photodynamic.

The BLU-U is a unique blu light that can kill the P. acnes bacteria in your skin. Treatments are simple – you simply sit with your face close to the light for a short time at a schedule set up by your doctor, approximately a 15-minute session about once or twice per week. The treatments may go on for five weeks or so. It’s safe, it’s not hot, it’s not painful. After some weeks, the blu light can help control your acne.

Blu light Service Photo1

Is the BLU-U® a laser? If not, how is it different from a laser?

The BLU-U is not a laser. Lasers deliver light as coherent beams, while the BLU-U delivers incoherent light scattered over a larger area.

How long is a BLU-U light therapy session?

The doctor will prescribe the most appropriate time frame for your acne.

Who performs the BLU-U light therapy procedure?

A physician or registered clinician is required to perform the procedure.

Is it possible to stop the therapy midway through a session?

Yes, if a patient needs to remove himself from the unit, or asks for it to be turned off, he can do so at any time. Once the light treatment is stopped, it is not to be resumed during the session.

Blu light Service Photo2

We Pride ourselves
on Patient Accessibility

With 50+ locations conveniently located throughout New York City and New Jersey, a top-rated dermatologist is just around the corner. Click below to find the office nearest you!


logo State-of-the-Art Lasers and Devices
State-of-the-Art Lasers and Devices
logo Emergency Appointments Available
Emergency Appointments Available
logo Highly Trained Providers
Highly Trained Providers
logo Multi-specialty office locations for patients’ convenience
Multi-specialty office locations for patients’ convenience