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Red Light Therapy is a safe and all-natural, non-invasive process that encourages your body to produce enzymes, elastin fibers, and collagen that support the skin’s structure, producing younger, smoother, firmer-feeling skin. It repairs damaged skin, kills bacteria to fight acne, reduces pore size, dramatically reduces fine lines and wrinkles, relieves joint pain, reduces scars and stretch marks, evens out pigmentation, and much more.
Over time, red light therapy will help restore tired-looking skin, decrease fine lines & wrinkles, diminish freckles, reduce age spots, clear acne, even out pigmentation, minimize facial pores, improve the appearance of weathered skin, and stimulate collagen synthesis which will improve the skin’s
We recommend the red therapy program of 3-4 sessions per week for the first 60-90 days. After the first 90 days, 1-2 sessions per week will maintain your results. Best results are achieved by continuous use, which accelerates cellular activity and keeps the process of collagen and elastin synthesis at an increased rate.
Red Light Therapy Benefits:
- Makes your skin look & feel younger
- Dramatically reduce fine lines and wrinkles
- Firms & tones skin
- Reduces redness and flushing
- Promotes collagen production for plumper, more youthful skin
- Evens out pigmentation
- Smoothes skin texture
- Increased radiance (photo-therapy glow)
- Relieves joint pain
- Increases circulation
Although the Rejuvenessence lamps have been created to be used in our tanning bed, they do not tan you or emit any UV light. Red light penetrates the skin to a depth of 8-10 mm, delivering energy to stimulate a response from the body to heal itself. The FDA has given red light a “non-significant risk” status and declared it safe for the eyes. Red Light Therapy is one of the few non-invasive tools available that can reverse the appearance of aging in skin. Do not use the Red Light Therapy bed if you are photo-allergic, or take medications that make you light sensitive; suffer from porphyria or epilepsy; or take cortisone or steroid injections.
Discontinuing the red light therapy typically results in the gradual loss of results over time.