What Can Red Light Therapy Do for Me?
Red Light Therapy isn’t a new concept. In 1903 Niels Finsen won the Nobel Prize in Medicine when he discovered that red light could treat lupus and smallpox. In Russia, this is used in standard medical exams. The FDA here in the States has approved this therapy for wrinkles, hair loss, acne, joint pain, immune functions, and slow wound healing.
It is also used as a therapeutic technique using low-level red wavelengths of light to treat skin issues like wrinkles, and scars. Aestheticians use this therapy to improve the elasticity of collagen fibers and reduce inflammation in the skin.
It uses red, low-level wavelengths of light, and when exposed to red light, your body produces a biochemical effect that boosts the energy stored in cells. Using this therapy with a wrinkle-reducing serum produces spectacular results. The anti-aging results of this therapy for skin tend to create a healthy glow around your face, smooths overall skin tone, and reduces wrinkles, including crow’s feet, under-eye wrinkles, forehead wrinkles, and laugh lines. When used in a clinic situation, it repairs sun damage, speeds the healing of blemishes like acne and rosacea, and fades scars and stretch marks. Did you know red light therapy can add moisture to your skin and prevent hair loss or stimulate regrowth of hair?