IMOOL Red Light Therapy--Not Magic , it’s Science
So many sources claim to have a cure for chronic pain or skin issues, but where can you find true relief? We back our products with scientific research into safe, natural solutions that you can use every day.
The Story behind Red Light Therapy
The powerful effects of red light therapy have been established for over a century, being first discovered in 1895 by Dr. Niels Ryberg Finsen to treat skin tuberculosis. Dr. Finsen won the Nobel Prize in 1903 for his light therapy research.
Years later, NASA started to use light therapy to grow plants in space, and the discipline evolved to professionally administered wellness applications, then to over-the-counter, FDA-cleared products. Thanks to the availability of this technology, you can now treat wrinkles, pain, acne and more in the comfort of your home.
How do we know light therapy is effective? Let’s take a look at the science behind LED red light therapy technology.
How to Use Red Light Therapy
LEDs are tiny light bulbs without a filament. Instead, they rely on semiconductor materials, so they generate less heat and last longer than traditional light bulbs, while still emitting more light. LEDs are now increasingly used in phototherapy devices for health and wellness applications. Depending on the application, LEDs used in health and wellness phototherapy devices emit light in the blue, amber, red, or infrared spectral ranges. Energy wavelengths are shorter toward the blue end of the spectrum and longer toward the infrared end of the spectrum. The human eye can see light from about 380 nm (blue end) to about 750 nm (red end). For example, infrared light penetrates deep to relieve muscle and joint pain, while blue light goes closer to the surface of the skin.
Benefits of Red Light Therapy
- Promoting wound healing
- Improving melasma
- Reducing post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
- Reducing wrinkles and lines
- Ehancing skin strength and elasticity
- Improving scarring and stretch marks
- Reducing age spot
Our powerful skincare red light therapy devices use infrared, red, blue, and amber lights and so on for maximum results. Whether you’re looking for red light therapy acne devices, each device is innovatively designed for easy, effective treatment.Heartbeat is not as good as action, you can check our official website for details.