Red light therapy is a relaxing phototherapy session that is noninvasive and suitable for all skin types. Special wavelengths of red lights stimulate your body’s cells to increase energy function and collagen production. Within a few sessions, most individuals will notice clearer, softer skin and less acne. With consistent, red light therapy helps reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Your skin will feel tightened and look refreshed.
Red light therapy boosts energy production on a cellular level. This allows your body to heal more quickly, whether from a hard workout or even an injury. Inflammation and joint pain can be reduced while flexibility and energy are boosted! With more energy, cells can function more efficiently, rejuvenate themselves, and repair damage.
In addition to younger looking skin and increased energy, red light therapy can boost your metabolism and circulation. With consistent use, some studies have some fat loss and hair regrowth.
24-48 Hours Prior to Session:
Make sure your skin is ready for red light therapy. Gently exfoliate and prep your skin with an approved red light therapy moisturizer. See one of our certified Red Light Therapy consultants to see what products will help you reach your goals.
NOTE: Individual results may vary. Consistency is key for results but please consult with your healthcare Provider before utilizing new techniques or devices. Individuals with health conditions such as low blood pressure, epilepsy or increased light sensitivity, pregnancy or are on medication that causes increased light sensitivity should talk to their physician first.
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3 Dermatologic Surgery: “Low-Level Light Therapy for Androgenetic Alopecia: A 24-Week, Randomized, Double-Blind, Sham Device–Controlled Multicenter Trial.”