Red light therapy is also known as photobiomodulation (PBM), low level light therapy (LLLT), biostimulation, photonic stimulation or light box therapy.
ATP is the source of energy for every cell in the body. Without it, we don’t function at all. Without enough of it, we don’t function well.
Red light therapy has been around the block. In 1903 physician Niels Ryberg Finsen won the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his successful treatment of smallpox and lupus with red light.
The Benefits of Red Therapy Light
– It helps rejuvenate facial skin and smooths skin tone.
– Red light builds collagen in the skin to reduce wrinkles.
– It helps to repair sun damage.
– Red light activates the lymphatic system for potentially improved detoxification.
– Decreases inflammation in the skin.
– Helps fade scars and stretch marks.
– Improves hair growth to reverse balding.
– Stimulates slow healing wounds.
– Can prevent recurring cold sores, or herpes simplex.
– Helpful in the short term for carpal tunnel syndrome.
– Beneficial for skin to reduce eczema, rosacea, and acne.
There are plenty of at-home devices for sale from a variety of manufacturers. I wanted to find a device that used a combination of wavelengths for maximum benefit.