Blue light has a wavelenght of 400 – 490 nm and is part of the light spectrum that is visible to the human eye. Blue light does not contain any UV-radiation and penetrates deeply into the skin. It is known that blue light has positive effects on the human body. LEDs are known for their energy efficiency, compact design and stability. The combination – blue LEDs – is a promising and powerful tool for medical applications. Research shows that LEDs used for medical treatments require special features that exceed those of concentional LEDs, including high intensities and tailored adjustments such as pulsed LED light. With blue LEDs optimized specifically for health applications, patients receive the benefits of phototherapy through the gentle, natural process-inducing characteristics of LED light in the visible blue spectrum.