Red light therapy is a therapeutic technique that uses red low-level wavelengths of light. When exposed to red light therapy, the body produces a biochemical effect that boosts the amount of energy stored in cells and stimulates collagen production, elastin, and blood flow. With more energy, cells can function more efficiently, rejuvenate themselves, and repair damage. There are virtually no adverse effects of red light therapy and many skin and health benefits.
Dramatically reduces wrinkles & fine lines, increases collagen production & skin's elasticity. Firms & tones skin for a younger feel & look. Not only anti-aging it also restores moisture to the skin & repairs sun damaged skin.
Eliminates stretch marks, greatly reduces scarring, Evens out pigmentation & fades age spots. Damaged skin heals up to 200% faster!
Effective treatment for face & body acne
Effective treatment for Psoriasis, Eczema & Rosacea for full body
Increases bone healing & enhances muscle gain, strength, endurance & recovery. Improves eye, respiratory & oral health, brain health & performance. Decreases inflammation & diabetes symptoms. Helps fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, arthritis & joint health.
Benefits wound healing & improves immune system function. Benefits Hashimoto's hypothyroidism, anxiety & depression, seasonal affective disorders & improves quality of sleep. Increases weight loss.
Q: Is red light therapy similar to tanning?
A: Not at all, you will not tan from red light therapy, nor does it expose you to any UVA/UVB rays.
Q: Does red light work equally well on all skin types?
A: Yes, it is safe & effective for all skin types. The main prerequisite is that skin be clean for effective light transmission.
Q: Will red light interfere with or affect any medications I use?
A: If you use medications such as Tetracycline, Digoxin (for heart irregularities) or photo sensitizing drugs (e.g. tranquilizers, sulfa drugs, oral anti-diabetic drugs, antidepressants & steroids) please consult your physician before using red light.
Q: Can I wear clothes or should I be nude?
A: The skin that you wish to be treated should be fully exposed to the red light.
Q: Do I need to wear eye protection?
A: It is not required, nevertheless the lights are very bright & may be uncomfortable so eye wear is provided.
Q: How warm does the red light bed get?
A: The feeling of heat has been compared to a nice warm 85 degree day. We provide built in A/C to keep you comfortable.
Q: Will I have to do this indefinitely to maintain results?
A: Yes, it is recommended after your initial 8-12 week treatments that you come in for maintenance treatments to maintain the best results.
Q: Can I combine red light & tanning or spray tans?
A: Yes, a red light session preceding both UV tanning & spray tanning will only enhance the results.
Q: How many treatments are required?
A: It is recommended that you have 3-5 sessions per week the first 4-12 weeks. Skin will be noticeably softer & smoother after just 3-4 sessions & with visible reduction of fine lines & wrinkles after 60-90 days of use.
Q: How do I prep for red light therapy?
A: For maximum results, we recommend: Exfoliate weekly & before your sessions, have clean dry skin for each session, use the recommended enhancing products during & after each session.
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