Red Light Therapy and its array of benefits is gaining tremendous momentum in the scientific community. Since its revolutionary beginnings in the 1960’s, more than 4000 studies have been made on the subject and it is growing every day.
How Can Red Light Therapy Help Your Skin?
While many of the benefits have yet to be comprehended fully, one thing is certain. The photobiomodulation that red light therapy procures benefits greatly your cells and gives it energy throughout the day. These cells maintain a great amount of energy and covers collagen production and other skin specific processes that will help the user maintain a young- and healthy-looking skin for as long as red-light therapy is applied on the desired areas.
In fact, the use of red-light therapy for your skin has been proven to reverse skin aging and give it a youthful look. How do we know that it works? Experts and professionals in fields related to skin issues are already using its benefits as of today in clinics and other health care environments to treat the skin tissues and get natural results without the use of medication.
"Before applying makeup, red light therapy is my most powerful tool to ensure that my skin foundation is smooth, strong and ready."
Actually, the use of red-light therapy for the skin has been working wonders in the anti-aging communities, and dermatologists and plastic surgeons. Even dentists who do Botox treatments are taking advantage of the remarkable powers of red light therapy for the skin.
How does it work?
How does red light and near infrared light therapy works to help the skin tissues? Many researches on the matter have been pointing out to the stimulation of both collagen and elastin production in the skin following 10-20 minutes treatments of red-light therapy. Collagen and elastin are responsible for the eradication of lines and wrinkles, as well as the appearance of scars, surface varicose veins, acne, and cellulite.
For those reasons, applying red and infrared light to the targeted areas has increasingly become recognized by professional as a safe and non-invasive alternative to injections. Surgeries and over-medication for anti-aging treatments and skin rejuvenation.
The use of red-light therapy for the skin is incredibly impactful notably because of its effects on the collagen production.
What is collagen?
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the entire body. It is the most important factor in keeping the body energized, youthful, vital and strong. It helps keeping the face and the neck from looking saggy. Unfortunately, we lose a lot of collagen production by aging. Hence the older we get, the more wrinkles, scars, and saggy skin we develop on the entire body and around the face.
Collagen is an integral part in giving our muscles, skin, blood vessels, digestive system, and bones the healthy tissues that they need to keep the body strong, healthy, and free from diseases.
Collagen is the protein of youth and the secret for a healthy life. Red light therapy treatments greatly enhance its production throughout the body.
In short, red light therapy for the skin is used for:
- Combatting skin conditions like acne, keloids, vitiligo, burns, herpes virus sores, and psoriasis.
- Greatly reducing the appearances of wrinkles.
- Healing scaring and wounds by significantly enhancing skin tissue repair and growth of skin cells rapidly.
- Reducing the signs of aging from UV rays, DNA damage, and most other signs of skin damaging.
- Reducing color patches, hyperpigmentation and skin discolouration.
- Greatly stimulating the production of collagen synthesis and density by almost 35%.
While many professionals in skin related fields already using red and infrared light therapy treatments in clinics and other health care environments to care for skin issues, many sessions can be incredibly expensive and time consuming.
Fortunately, Red Sun Therapy offers an alternative to the high cost and lets you enjoy the benefits of the red light for your skin at home!
In fact, our newest model, the Red Dawn 300, is the most affordable on the market and the easiest way to get started with red light therapy. Its smaller size makes it much more target specific and easier used in target areas such has the skin tissues on the face or the arms.