RED LIGHT THERAPY
Feel great in your own skin
Red light therapy (RLT) also known as Laser Light Therapy is an FDA-approved treatment that uses low wavelength red light which penetrates beyond the dermis to reduce wrinkles, scars, redness and acne.
What are the benefits?
Red Light Therapy is a safe, non-invasive treatment in the Photobiomodulation category. Our equipment is medical-grade, category 2, FDA cleared for skin care, pain reduction and hair re-growth. When used for skincare red light brightens, firms, supports increased blood flow (oxygenation) and collagen production. Our aestheticians often combine Red Light Therapy with our medical grade skincare cosmeceuticals during your facial, beard or scalp facial. This enables the serums and moisturizers to penetrate deeper into the skin for increased absorption, improved effectiveness and longer lasting results.
In addition to improvements in skin tone, firmness and elasticity, Red Light Therapy is frequently used to reduce chronic or acute pain and as a component to a hair restoration protocol.
Increases Nitric Oxide Production, which improves circulation by widening blood vessels and promoting increased oxygen transport to cells, muscles and organ. Known benefits include lower blood pressure, faster recovery time after sports and fewer muscle spasms
FDA approved to reduce pain in joints and muscles
Collagen production is stimulated, which reduces wrinkles and smoothes the skin
Improves skin texture and elasticity thus reducing acne scars.
Improves Thyroid function
Increases circulation to injured nerves, thus alleviating symptoms of neuropathy
Boosts follicular health, hair thickness and hair re-growth
Supports Mytochondrial (the power house for cells) function on a cellular level thereby boosting energy levels
How Many Sessions Are Required?
The number of sessions depends on the purpose. Red light therapy is not harmful and can be used up to twice a day as part of a Hair restoration program.
We offer Red Light Therapy in a number of forms:
Home models (Laser Light caps with our Hair, Optimized Protocol, the hand held Perfectio X for use with our Skin Optimized Protocol)
Unlimited access the the Red Light Photomoduation Dome for skin and hair is available to our Precision Wellness Members
Whole body LED Red Light and InfraRed Body Contour Light is utilized in our Weight, Optimized Protocol and in the Fibonacci Total Transformation Protocol
There is NO UV light associated with Red Light Therapy. It is safe, effective and healthy for humans and animals.
Frequently Asked Questions About Red Light Therapy
Q: What is red light therapy?
A: Red light therapy is a type of therapy that uses low-level wavelengths of red light to treat a variety of conditions, including skin issues, joint pain and inflammation.
Q: How does red light therapy work?
A: Red light therapy works by penetrating the skin’s layers and stimulating the production of collagen and elastin. This can help to improve skin texture, reduce fine lines and wrinkles and promote healing of damaged tissues.
Q: What are the benefits of red light therapy?
A: Red light therapy has been shown to have a number of benefits, including improving skin health, reducing inflammation, reducing joint pain and promoting wound healing.
Q: What conditions can be treated with red light therapy?
A: Red light therapy can be used to treat a variety of conditions, including acne, rosacea, psoriasis, eczema, joint pain, muscle soreness and chronic pain.
Q: Is red light therapy safe?
A: Red light therapy is generally considered to be safe, with few reported side effects. However, it is important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully and avoid overuse of the therapy.
Q: How long does a red light therapy session last?
A: The length of a red light therapy session can vary depending on the specific treatment and the equipment being used. Typically, a session can range from a few minutes to 30 minutes or more.
Q: How often should I use red light therapy?
A: The frequency of red light therapy sessions can vary depending on the specific condition being treated and the individual's response to the therapy. Some people may benefit from daily sessions, while others mayonly need occasional treatments.
Q: Can red light therapy be used in combination with other treatments?
A: Yes, red light therapy can be used in combination with other treatments,
such as topical creams, oral medications, and physical therapy.