Red Light Therapy for Skin and Red Light Therapy for Face
Results for the face:
- reduce pore size
- smooth out fine lines and wrinkles
- help improve and smooth out the texture of the skin.
For the skin:
- skin texture
- age spots
- sun spots
- skin disorders
Red light therapy boosts blood circulation, collagen and fibroblasts production, and development of new capillaries. The best red ight therapy wavelength to use for face care is 660nm. If you're seeking red light therapy for skin care in general, the 660nm waves also work magic on the appearance of scars, surface issues and varicose veins, as well as cellulite.
When using red light therapy for the face you should expect to perform a series of treatments over the course of several weeks, several times a week, and then maintenance sessions a few times a month for best results.
Red light therapy for the skin repairs cellular damage much as it does when healing from a wound. Red light therapy in this wavelength especially has replicated ways to hep with aging by stimulating the collagen synthesis and fibroblast formulation, anti-inflammatory action, production in mitochondria, and even stimulating DNA repair.
Subjects treating the face and skin with red light therapy show significant improvements to their complexion, skin tone, smoothness and "glow", reduced signs of wrinkles and fine lines and a surge in collagen density.
Patients using red light therapy for skin also effectively treated rosacea and redness even if they weren't able to tolerate higher-heat laser therapy.
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