WHAT IS RED LIGHT THERAPY
Red light therapy is a healing treatment which uses the red spectrum of light to boost and energize your body's natural defence systems and bring relief from various ailments.
Traditionally this treatment has been used in beauty salons but there are now many devices on the market to replicate this treatment at home.
The treatment involves shining red light on yourself in a prescribed manner. It has been proven effective for a wide range of rejuvenating and healing uses. These include anti-aging, hair regrowth and hair loss prevention, wound care, pain relief, and more. It is a 100% natural therapy with zero noted side effects.
Red light therapy is often used for acne by itself but more commonly in conjunction with blue light therapy. Red wave lengths can help acne sufferers as it helps reduce inflam mation
Red wavelengths actively encourage the production of collagen, which provides structure to the skin. By increasing the strength and structure of the skin you reduce of wrinkles and fine lines while the appearance of bags under your eyes decreases.
Red and amber light therapy can be very useful in treating the redness, burning and stinging sensations as well as easing the itching and papules related to this chronic skin disorder through their inflammation reducing properties
Light therapy has been used to treat eczema but is not the most use form of light therapy for this disease. The anti-inflam matory features of light therapy help reduce and sooth the redness of eczema
Regular cuts, abrasions and burns
Using red light therapy as part of your treatments for cuts, abrasions or even slight skin burns will help to reduce the pain felt and helps make sure that they recover as rapidly as possi ble. This may also help reduce the risk of infections as your damage heals quicker and also reduces the chance of perma nent scarring.
Scars and stretch marks
Scars, from acne, surgery, injuries and birth are both faded and reduced through routine red light exposure, because of the boost it can supply to the body's ability to increase blood circulation.