phototherapy and electrolysis?

is it okey to use this product on the same area that I’m getting electrolysis done on??

What product are you referring to? The link is very general.

This is the product im refering to .*:IE-SearchBox&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=ie7&rlz=1I7GPCK_enUS299&um=1&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=if&start=0

Im buying it to use on my face to reduce my ance breakouts , but I’m also getting electrolysis done on this area once a week. So I’m not sure if it will hurt my skin , or even cause hair growth!I’ve read that red wavelength can simulate hair follicles.

Ok, so this product may help you produce some of the vitamin D you are not making through the skin. You will still need to work on getting 100,000 IU’s of vitamin A each day until your skin is better, and then maintain it at 10,000 to 25,000 per day thereafter. Did you know that your body needs vitamin C to make collagen? Did you know that vitamin E will help your hair, skin, nails, As well as your heart, and circulation? If you have cold hands and feet, if your legs burn, itch or tingle, your body is crying out for vitamin E 12,000 IU’s per day, spread out throughout the day.

Thanks for that James. I’m trying to eat healthy, but I’m still not sure if this will simulate hair follicles to produce more hair. I believe they have a similar product that is like a comb and is supposed to make bald areas on the head grow hair.I"m just wondering if using this light to combat acne will be counterproductive in terms of killing hair on my face.

It won’t be counterproductive, but it IS unnecessary. All you need is vitamins A, C, E, D and perhaps zinc.