What Is Red Light Therapy
A red light therapy system looks similar to a tanning bed but has NO ultraviolet, so there is no risk to overexposure. It uses special electronics and proprietary lamps to produce ultra high levels of red light at 633nm only.
There has been a lot of articles on 633nm red light therapy for good reason. It's been shown to be good for your skin and may restore vitality and elasticity and help with a number of skin problems.
Hand held or home red light therapy systems pale when compared to the system in your favorite spa. A quality system will generate over 100 times more red light, giving you real results that home solutions can't.
Red light systems are not medical devices, and we won't make medical claims, however, the cosmetic benefits are overwhelming.
633 is a very special part of the color red. Studies show that exposure to red light at 633nm is beneficial to the skin, reducing the appearance of wrinkles. This makes it a worthwhile additional to your spa treatment.
Most people see results in as little as four weeks, and significant results by week six. Regular follow up sessions ensure that your skin will maintain the benefits as well as keep it looking and feeling its best.
633nm red light therapy systems generate deep, penetrating heat which can offer temporary relief from ordinary aches and pains.
Best of all, it simply feels good. Let yourself relax and feel the deep penetrating light take your cares away while it repairs, rejuvenates and heals your spirit. If you are a tanner, you can even use on the same days you tan.
You'll love the way your skin looks and feels.
Who Uses Red Light Therapy?
» Speeding up the healing of acne
» Diabetic and pressure ulcers
» Tissue stimulation
» Collagen repair
» Skin smoothing
» Rosacea treatment
» Repair sun damage
» Increasing circulation
» Increasing moisture in skin
» Stimulate regrowth of hair
» Minimize varicose veins
» Psoriasis and eczema
» Aches and pains
» Reduce appearance of scars
» Reduce redness and flushing