BENEFITS OF RED LIGHT THERAPY

BENEFITS OF RED LIGHT THERAPY

Since red and near-infrared light has the ability to stimulate cells, the benefits are almost endless! Here are some of the amazing benefits

Promotes wound healing and tissue repair

Promotes healthy skin and coat

Increases blood flow, reducing inflammation

Increases lymphatic drainage

Relieves arthritis and connective tissue conditions

Stimulates endorphin release for natural pain relief

Stimulating collagen production, diminishing wrinkles and improving joint conditions

Diminishes scar tissue

Stimulates healing of slow-healing wounds

Reduces anxiety in people and animals

Exercise and overexertion recovery

Pre- and post-performance recovery

We will discuss some of these benefits in detail below.

Red Light Therapy Enhances Youthful Looking Skin

woman with beautiful skin after red light therapy treatment

One of the most common uses of red light therapy is in cosmetics. People are interested in red light therapy for its ability to boost collagen production. Collagen is most known to assist with skins elasticity, but it's also great to help heal tissues and wounds. When the skin is exposed to specific wavelengths of red light, it can penetrate the skin and reach the deeper layers where collagen is produced. This exposure can stimulate fibroblasts, the cells responsible for collagen synthesis, leading to increased production of new collagen fibers. This means its great for fine lines and wrinkles!

 Red light therapy can be used for other cosmetic benefits, such as:

Hair growth

Reduce acne

Erase wrinkles and fine lines

Reduce redness

Reduce the appearance of scars

Red light therapy's basic function is to boost blood flow and reduce inflammation. By reducing inflammation, red light therapy addresses acne, hair growth, and redness. complementary therapies are also used in combination to gain better results. It also improves the immune system against bacteria responsible for acne.

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