LED Red Light Therapy for Complete Skin Rejuvenation & Anti-Ageing Benefits
How Effective is Red Light Therapy?
Since the early 1990s red light therapy has been widely used, with scientists first using it to stimulate plant growth in space as the LEDs worked to promote the photosynthesis of plant cells. Fast forward to today, red light therapy is one of the most sought after skin therapy treatments, a trend that does appear to be in decline.
Red light therapy is proven to be effective at treating a multitude of skin concerns from fine lines & wrinkles, dehydrated skin, redness & irritation, enlarged pores and dull, tired skin. Providing light is delivered into the skin at the clinically proven wavelength (660nm), and at the optimised intensity and dose enabling effective photobiomodulation of targeted cells and skin tissue for results.
So, how does Red Light work?
Red light therapy is a form of photobiomodulation that uses red and near-infrared wavelengths of light. Light consisting of these wavelengths has distinct properties that are thought to create specific health benefits.
The idea of light therapy, in general, was first conceptualized and used clinically by Niels Ryberg Finsen, a Danish physician. Finsen was awarded one of the first Nobel Prizes in Medicine for his work. It was not until NASA-led research in the mid-1990s showed health benefits from red light that the medical community began to perform research into the specifics of how red light worked.
Research into red light therapy device has shown that wavelengths that are red or near infrared are likely absorbed by a protein called cytochrome c oxidase. Cytochrome c oxidase is found in mitochondria in the cell and is an essential component of energy production within the mitochondria, specifically, and the cell in general.
What Wavelengths are Best for Red Light Therapy?
The wavelength of light used in any kind of light therapy is very important because it affects how light will be absorbed. For red light therapy, which targets cytochrome c oxidase specifically, the wavelengths that are best absorbed by this molecule will likely be the most helpful.
What does Red Light do for skin?
Red Light (630nm) has many benefits, including:
- Boost’s collagen and elastin production
- Improves complexion, texture and tone
- Reduces fine lines and wrinkles
- Increases skin hydration
- Evens skin tone and texture
- Shrinks enlarged pores
- Revitalises and restores radiance
Is Red Light bad for you?
Used at the correct precision, such as our clinically-proven 660nm&850nm wavelength, red light will cause no harm or damage to the skin. Unlike UV light coming from the sun, Red Light therapy is a completely natural process and there is minimal to no risk of side effects if the proper treatment protocol is followed.
IMOOL recognizes that with our modern lifestyles, there is a reason people are indoors more. We are committed to helping you stay as healthy as possible with minimal disruption to your lifestyle. This is why we offer a variety of high-quality LED red light therapy to help you get some of the beneficial infrared wavelengths of light the sun provides without having to leave your home or office.
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