FAQ's

Will red light therapy help my skin?

Clinical evidence shows that red light therapy improves the overall health of skin:

  • promotes wound healing and tissue repair
  • stimulates healing of slow-healing wounds, like diabetic foot ulcers
  • reduces psoriasis lesions
  • improves skin complexion and build collagen to diminish wrinkles
  • helps to repair sun damage
  • helps diminish scars

Will red light therapy help with muscle recovery?

Light therapy increases the cell's energy production, each cell within the treated area begins producing new cells to replace the cells of the injured tissue. When ATP production increases, so does a cell's production of fibroblasts. These cells provide the building blocks of the body's connective tissue, which in turn repair damaged tissue.

What is the difference between red and near infrared light?

Red light is visible and is most effective for use on the surface of the skin. Red light occupies the “long end” of the visible spectrum with wavelengths of 630nm-700nm.

Infrared light is invisible and is effective for use on the surface of the skin as well as deeper penetration into the body. Infrared sits right next to red light on the electromagnetic spectrum at 700nm to 1 millimeter and is effective for muscle and joint pain.

Why do some of my lights look like they're not working?

Our devices use a 1:1 ratio of red and near infrared LED's, when you power on your device the light you're able to see is the red 660 wavelengths while the near infrared 850 wavelengths are not visible.

Should I wear eye protection while using red light therapy?

It's not necessary to use eye protection, in fact, there are a lot of studies showing that RLT is beneficial to eye health. However, if the light is uncomfortable for you to look at, tanning goggles work well.

Is light therapy safe for children and pets?

Yes. Children and pets will derive the same benefits from light therapy as their parents and owners.

How long should I use my light?

That depends on the area your treating and the device you're using. To improve skin health, we recommend using your light for 5 minutes on each are being treated at a distance on 6 inches. When treating deeper tissues, we recommend using your device for 10 minutes per area.

Is red light therapy effective for Seasonal Affective Disorder?

Yes. Red light therapy stimulates cells in the retina that connect to the hypothalamus, a part of the brain that helps control circadian rhythms. Activating the hypothalamus at a certain time every day can restore a normal circadian rhythm and thus banish seasonal symptoms.

Can red light therapy help with Arthritis?

Yes. There have been several clinical studies that have shown red light therapy to have a significant positive effect on arthritis , joint pain, inflammation, and related symptoms.