Red & Near InfraRed Light Therapy

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Aids in the reduction of fine lines and wrinkles

Increases the production of collagen

Can help heal skin conditions

Muscle repair and recovery

Pain relief in arthritis and muscular conditions

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So, what is Red Light Therapy?


Red Light and infrared light emits a safe concentrated wavelength to your body which produces a reaction in the mitochondria of your cells;  the mitochondria is like the engine of your cell, red light therapy boosts it’s energy and regenerates it bringing more oxygen, collagen, elastin and nutrients to your cells.  Like photosynthesis in plants were cells convert light energy into chemical energy our bodies can convert red light and infrared red light into cellular energy.


Beneficial for aging skin conditions like wrinkles and sagging due to demise of collagen it can produce younger looking skin. It can aid with reducing pore size and tone and can increase and speed up the healing process on scars, burns and acne.  It can also improve hair loss even encouraging new hair growth.

Red light fuels your cells optimising their energy giving your immune system a better chance to fight viruses


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On a physical level it can aid muscle repair and recovery both pre and post workouts reducing muscle strength loss and soreness. 


It is a natural pain relief and can reduce inflammation and pain in muscle and is used both medically and in the sports industry. This can help in the pain relief of minor muscular and joint symptoms like back, knee, hip pain, tennis elbow in fact most muscular ailments and arthritis.


The infrared wavelength is felt as gentle heat yet proven to penetrate deep into your tissues and improve blood circulation (by 400% within a few minutes!), hydration and oxygenation in the area.


 This supercharged blood flow brings

pain-relieving and healing components

and speeds up recovery from any injury

in your tissues or skin

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There have been human trials on cognitive performance, memory, reaction time and learning and they result are encouraging that Red Light Therapy may have the potential to improve brain cell function.  In today’s world of too much exposure to blue light from phones, led lights & modern technology which causes poor quality sleep, hormone imbalance and can aid in anxiety, weight gain and depression, red light therapy can help rebalance our cells rejuvenating and regenerating them.


And the good thing is you cannot overdo it on the amount of time you use red light therapy, it will not damage your skin.


Like with anything you need to use your Red-Light Therapy light consistently and recommendations are for twice a day. 


This is not an instant cure; you should use your Red-Light Therapy light regularly to see the benefits.


Over the last 30 years there has been ongoing clinical research and trials of medical applications of Red-Light Therapy and the results are proving that this type of therapy works for health benefits as well as aesthetically and wellbeing.

The information provided on our site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. As with all alternative therapy please consult your Doctor before using.




Q1. How does red light therapy work?

A: Red and red/infrared LED lights use ranges of wavelengths that penetrate the outer layer of the skin, providing the cells with usable energy. This brings about various reactions in the cells including improved healing, the reduction of inflammation and enhanced production of collagen.

Q2. How long does it take for red light therapy to work?

A: It is not an immediate miracle transformation that will occur overnight, but it will provide you with ongoing improvements that you will begin to see in anywhere from 24 hours to 2 months, depending on the condition, its severity, and how regularly the light is used.

Q3. What is the difference between red and near infrared light therapy?

A: Red and near infrared light therapy are exactly the same except for two differences: Red light is visible and near infrared light is invisible. Near infrared light penetrates into the body deeper than red light.

Q4. How often do I need to use red light therapy?

A: This depends on the condition you are treating and the device you are using. For most conditions, daily use for at least two weeks is recommended, followed by a once- or twice- weekly maintenance regimen.

Q5. Do I need to continue to use the light as much when I start seeing results?

A: Yes. Just because you're seeing results, it doesn't mean that your skin cells are finished doing their jobs. It's just that the results of their efforts are starting to become something you can see and/or feel. Keep up the treatments until you reach your goal level of results. Then you can start a weekly maintenance schedule.

Q6. Once my skin problems have been resolved, do I stop using the light?

A: When your skin is clear or your fine lines, wrinkles, or scarring have been reduced or even eliminated, it is best that you continue the use of the light once or twice per week as a part of a regular maintenance practice. This will help to make sure that the benefits will continue over the long-term.

Q7. What is the difference between a Panel and a Device?


A: The power it emits, the Device is more powerful at 300w a Therapy Panel is 45W.