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Mon-Fri 10-10pm

Sat & Sun 10-8pm

1132 Westwood Blvd, Los Angeles CA, 90024

310-208-6161

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Red light therapy seems to be gaining an enormous amount of popularity in recent years, and for very good reasons. This breakthrough treatment, first discovered by NASA, has so many benefits and uses, and so little (if any) risks and side effects. Deep penetrating red light therapy is actually a non invasive, cost-effective, and risk-free alternative to all sorts of skin problems, skin appearance, and is proven to be effective for all sorts of pain.

 

Red light easily penetrates the skin, boosts circulation and bringing more blood and nutrients to the area. It also stimulates vital collagen and elastin production. Collagen helps plump the skin, while elastin firms the skin. The red light is energizing and repairing damaged cells, stimulating collagen and elastin and giving the skin back its youthful look.

Our Red Light Bed uses visible red light at a wavelength of 660nm – That penetrates tissue to a depth of about 8-10 mm – Making it more beneficial for treating problems close to the surface of the skin, such as:

1. Wrinkles and fine lines

2. Tightening and firming (non-surgical face lift alternative,)

3. Blemishes and redness

4. Anti-aging

5. Age spots and hyperpigmentation on face, hands, neck

6. Acne scars

Red Light Therapy for Skin Problems

Red  light promotes the healing of the skin and so can be used effectively for many skin problems, without medication (we all know their dangerous side effects), and chemical-loaded lotions and creams. You can use a home device for these conditions (Warning: Do not use it if you have an active skin infection & always consult your doctor prior to trying Red Light for skin problems or medical reasons):

1. Burns

2. Acne Scars

3. Rosacea

4. Eczema

5. Psoriasis

6. Athlete’s foot

What Are the Risks of Red Light Therapy?

The FDA has indicated that there are not many side effects associated with the use of red light therapy.   Physicians recommend that people who have photosensitivity use caution when undergoing red light therapy.

Before beginning red light treatment, make sure to talk with your doctor and disclose all prescription and over-the-counter medication you are taking. Many anti-aging creams and medications are known to cause photosensitivity, which can significantly damage your skin. Even if you are using something as simple as herbs, definitely mention them to your doctor, as a precaution. For example, supplements containing St. John’s Wort, can cause the body to be sensitive to light, which would be a problem during red light therapy.

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