Red light therapy involves red light (600-700 nm), which is one of the wavelengths of sunlight and near infrared (850 nm), which is invisible to the naked eye. The red light device emits red and near-infrared light from close range and penetrates the body at the cellular level, causing numerous positive health effects.
Most light wavelengths, such as ultraviolet and blue, do not extend beyond the skin’s surface layers or are absorbed in them completely. Red light and near-infrared light penetrate more deeply than the
surface of the skin, thus reaching the cell mitochondria, which are responsible for cellular respiration. Cellular energy production (ATP) is activated as the cells receive more nutrition and the body functions more efficiently. Clinical studies have found no undesirable side effects of red light therapy or overdoses of it. Red light therapy, which does not use dangerous UV rays or excess heat, has been proven a safe treatment option.
Benefits of red light therapy
Thousands of studies have been conducted on red-light and near-infrared therapy. The effects have been tested on both animals and humans. There are tremendous examples in the scientific literature of how red light or near infrared has protected cells and enhanced their metabolism with no negative effects.
• Better skin condition
• Faster scar healing
• Higher levels of collagen
• Hair growth
• Treatment of pain conditions (Joint and muscle pain, lower back pain, etc.)
• Improved muscle performance during exercise
• Faster recovery after exercise
How to use a device
Treatment time: 2-15 min per day
• Therapy distance: 10-50 cm
• Approx. 5-7 times per week
• The device should be placed where you want the light treatment to be applied
• Can be used with or without eye protection
• No dangerous UV rays or excess heat.
Red light overdose has no side effects. If recommended treatment time is exceeded, it may erase the benefit gained.