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The Benefits of Red Light Therapy Overall


  • 100% natural

  • drug free

  • chemical free

  • non-invasive (no needles or knives)

  • non-ablative (does not damage the skin)

  • painless (does not itch, burn or sting)

  • requires zero downtime

  • safe for all skin types

  • safe for all ages

  • no adverse short or long term side effects

  • easy to use Booth

The Benefits for Your SkiN

  • Red light therapy creates a healthy glow

  • smooths overall skin tone

  • builds collagen, reducing wrinkles, including crow’s feet, under eye wrinkles, forehead wrinkles & laugh lines

  • speeds the healing of blemishes, like acne and rosacea

  • repairs sun damage

  • reduces redness, flushing, and broken capillaries

  • fades scars and stretch marks

  • brings more moisture to your skin

  • prevents hair loss & stimulates regrowth

Red Light Therapy was initially studied by NASA for its benefits such as wound healing but since that time, its uses have expanded to include a far larger number of skin conditions.  The following are some of the skin conditions for which red light therapy is most commonly used...



Red wavelengths can promote the improved production of collagen, which naturally plumps the skin.  Plumped skin results in the reduction of wrinkles and fine lines while it decreases the look of bagging and sagging, including laugh lines, crow’s feet, forehead wrinkles and under-eye bags. Here’s exactly how red light therapy is going to make you look younger.

Cold Sores and Herpes

These sores can be uncomfortable and take forever to heal, but the right wavelengths of red light can speed up the process of clearing the sores to remove the discomfort and decrease the length of time in which they are infectious.

Diabetic & Dermal Ulcers

Diabetic ulcers and other forms of dermal ulcers can be healed more quickly when exposed to red light wavelengths.  This helps to ease the pain they cause, while speeding the reduction of open wounds that may have previously resisted healing. 


The discomfort and appearance of eczema can both be soothed and faded through the anti-inflammatory properties of red light therapy.  This decreases the itchiness and stinging followed by healing the rash.

First Aid

Everyday cuts, scrapes and burns – adding red light therapy to some of your first aid treatments for issues such as the everyday cuts scrapes or even minor burns (including sunburn) can help to make the wounds less painful and can make sure they heal as quickly as possible.  This can also help to reduce the risk of infection through a shortened healing time and can decrease the chances of scarring.


Red and scaly patches from this condition can be soothed, reduced and healed with red light on its own or in combination with near infrared light. Ask your doctor about red light therapy for psoriasis treatment.


Red or red and amber light therapy and their anti-inflammatory, healing and soothing properties can be very helpful in treating the redness, stinging, burning, itching and even pimple-like bumps associated with this chronic skin disorder. 

Scar Reduction

Scars, such as those resulting from acne, surgical and injuries can be reduced and faded through the regular red light exposure, due to the boost it can provide to the skin’s ability to heal.


Red light therapy is frequently used for acne either on its own or in conjunction with blue light therapy.  Red wavelengths can help acne sufferers due to the inflammation-reducing properties and the healing support it provides.  While the blue light kills the acne bacteria, the red light helps to reduce swelling and redness and speed the healing time.


The Benefits for Wounds, Injuries & Pain

  • speeds the healing of wounds and injuries to the body

  • speeds wound healing in even non-healing wounds

  • improves or restores range of motion

  • reduces inflammation and pain

  • reduces menstrual cramps

  • reduces inflamation and pain from Gout

If ya wanna get technical.....

  Red light therapy has been shown to close a wound, even non-healing wounds, 200% faster and with less scarring via Red Light Therapy by:

  •  Increasing circulation and the formation of new capillaries. Increased circulation and the formation of new capillaries means the wounded area receives more of the oxygen and nutrients it needs to initiate and maintain the marvelous healing process.

  • Increasing phagocytosis, or the clean up of dead or damaged cells, including dead bacteria, helping in infection control.

  •  Increasing lymph system activity. This helps to ensure efficient clean up and detoxification of the wounded area without overtaxing the lymph system. Helps in prevention of lymphedema.

  • Stimulating the production of fibroblasts. Fibroblasts synthesizes collagen, elastin, and proteoglycans in the final healing phases.

  • Stimulating the production of collagen, the key protein involved in wound closure.

  •  Stimulating tissue granulation, the forming of new connective tissue and tiny blood vessels that form on the surfaces of a wound during the healing process. causing the release of ATP, or raw cellular energy. This provides energy to the damaged and surrounding cells to do what they were designed to do – heal themselves.

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