LED/NEAR INFRARED
RED LIGHT THERAPY

(633 + 850 nm) 

Photobiomodulation at 633+850nm

The basic premise is that long wavelength lights stimulate cellular energy metabolism and energy production.  Near-infrared (NIR) light therapy is similar to red light therapy, except infrared energy is invisible, and it reaches even deeper into the body — into soft tissues, muscles, joints, and bone.

Three major photoacceptor molecules in mammalian tissues are known to absorb light in the NIR range: hemoglobin, myoglobin, and cytochrome c oxidase. Of the three, cytochrome c oxidase may be the most important mechanism of photobiomodulation (or low level laser therapy, LLLT) and is associated with improved cellular energy (ATP) production.

 

How does it work? 

  • Increases Mitochondrial Energy Production

  • Builds up Cellular Antioxidant +Antiinflammatory Function. 

 

What does that do?

  • Reduces wrinkles and other signs of skin aging.

  • Increases collagen production by more than 30%.

  • Treats inflammatory skin conditions.

  • Burns off fat & enhances muscles gain.

  • Treats joint & muscle pain.

  • Speeds up wound healing.

 

How to use 

  • Peak efficacy is reached at 8-15 minutes. (Less or more time will decrease efficacy) 

  • Optimal frequency is 3-7 times per week. 

  • We recommend protective goggles.

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Benefits of Infrared Light Therapy:

  • Reduces wrinkles and other signs of skin aging.

  • Increases collagen production by more than 30%.

  • Treats inflammatory skin conditions.

  • Burns off fat & enhances muscles gain.

  • Treats joint & muscle pain.

  • Speeds up wound healing.