Red Light Therapy is a process of emitting light wavelengths through the skin to stimulate your body’s natural healing and regeneration processes. When delivered with optimal energy strength, red light therapy can reach all the way into a cell’s mitochondria to stimulate healing and regeneration to help improve your appearance, performance, and overall well-being.
The red light used in therapy has a wavelength of 660 nanometers, which has been shown to penetrate the skin more deeply than other wavelengths of light. This allows the red light to reach the cells and tissues beneath the skin’s surface, including blood vessels, nerves, and the lymphatic system.
Red light therapy is safe and is not associated with any side effects, at least if used short-term and as directed. This therapy is not toxic, not invasive and not as harsh as some topical skin treatments.
No. You will not get a tan from Red Light Therapy, nor does it expose you to damaging UV rays.
Yes, red light therapy is used to help patients heal from burns, wounds, and surgical incisions.
Most clients feel a difference in their glow as soon as the session is over. Your face and body may appear rosy and healthy looking immediately after. Although optimal results start to appear after 8 weeks of weekly sessions, which is how much time the skin needs to truly benefit from the treatment.
Yes. We limit our sessions to 30 minutes per day to avoid overwhelming your cells with the energy transmitted by the lights.
Yes. Red light therapy significantly reduces pain from canker sores, speeds the healing time of canker sores, and can make eating, drinking, and functioning normally easier during a severe canker sore outbreak. Numerous peer-reviewed clinical trials have shown light therapy treatments can improve healing results and limit outbreaks of herpes labialis.