What Is The Red Light Therapy?
How Red Light Therapy Works:
Visible Red Light Is Capable Of Penetrating The Skin To A Depth Of About 8 To 10 Mm. Once Absorbed, The Light Energy Is Converted To Cellular Energy, Stimulating The Body’s Natural Processes On A Cellular Level And Kicking Off A Whole Series Of Metabolic Events, Including:
All Of These Things Work Together To Produce Many Benefits For You In The Areas Of Anti-Aging, The Healing Of Injuries, And The Relief Of Pain.
Benefits Of The Red Light Therapy:
The Benefits For Your Skin:
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Acne, Bruises, Burns (Minor), Collagen Production, Cuts & Scrapes, Dry Skin, Hair Loss, Psoriasis, Red Marks From Acne, Stretch Marks, Rosacea, Scars, Sun Damage, Wound Care, Wrinkles, Uneven Skin tone.
The Benefits For Injuries & Pain
Speeds The Healing Of Wounds And Injuries To The Body, Reduces Inflammation And Pain…
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Arthritis, Back Pain, Bone Breaks, Sciatica, Shoulder Pain, Sprains, Surgical Wounds, Torn Ligaments, Tendonitis…
Preparing For Red Light Therapy
To Maximize Skin Rejuvenation, We Recommend:
Initial Results (First 4 Weeks) : Initially You’ll Notice Fine Lines Start To Diminish, Your Skin Will Have A Much Smoother Feeling To It, Pigmentation Of The Skin Will Start To Even Out, And Any Blemishes Or Acne Will Start Diminishing.
Long Term Results (4-12 Weeks) : Over Time Improved Oxygenation And Detoxification Of The Skin Is Achieved As The Vascular Walls Of The Skin’s Small Blood Vessels Are Strengthened, Followed By Improved Natural Repair And Creation Of Healthy Skin. Overall Improving The Skin’s Underlying Supportive Structure And Making You Look And Feel Years Younger!
A: Red and Infrared LED lights to use ranges of wavelengths that penetrate the outer layer of the skin, providing the cells with usable energy. This brings about Various reactions in the cells including improved healing, the reduction of inflammation and enhanced production of collagen.
A: It is not an immediate miracle transformation that will occur overnight, but it will provide you with ongoing improvements that you will begin to see in anywhere from 24 hours to 2 months, depending on the condition, its severity, and how regularly the light is used.
A: Red and Near-infrared light therapy are exactly the same except for two differences: Red light is visible and Near-infrared light is invisible. Near-infrared light penetrates into the body deeper than red light.
A: This depends on the condition you are treating and the device you are using. For most conditions, daily use for at least two weeks is recommended, followed by a one or two weekly maintenance regimen.
A: Yes. Just because you’re seeing results, it doesn’t mean that your skin cells are finished doing their jobs. It’s just that the results of their efforts are starting to become something you can see or feel. Keep up the treatments until you reach your goal level of results. Then you can start a weekly maintenance schedule.
A: When your skin is clear or your fine lines, wrinkles, or scarring have been reduced or even eliminated, it is best that you continue the use of the light once or twice per week as a part of regular maintenance practice. This will help to make sure that the benefits will continue over the long-term.