Red Light Therapy For Great Skin And Happiness

Maintaining great skin is all about stimulating collagen, and this can be done in a number of ways. Vitamins A,E,C and the various acid and peel treatments and IPL are fantastic for stimulating collagen. Most of these treatments rely on inflammation to get the skin cell turnover rate up and as a result plump up the skin, but under the ‘Stimulating Collagen’ banner there is another fantastic treatment available that does not damage the skin in any way.   CBD Oil Manufacturer

Even though Light therapy has been around for a while, it is considered the latest breakthrough in skin care technology. This is because Red Light therapy is capable of combating the signs of ageing such as wrinkles and dry skin. It is basically like photosynthesis in plants. Just as plants use chlorophyll to convert sunlight into cellular building blocks, RED light triggers natural intracellular chemical processes that can produce cellular turnover and production of collagen and elastin fibres. RED light triggers the production of ATP in the mitochondria in the skin, the mitochondria releases energy which triggers cell production. This energy release increases the production of healthy cells which in turn replace the damaged ones. Unlike other light treatments, such as IPL or Laser this procedure does not rely on heat to damage the dermal layer but instead the cells receive an energy boost. It is important to understand that there are no UV rays with this treatment so it is 100% safe with no known contra indications.

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As mentioned earlier, light therapy has been used in medical environments to improve wound healing for many years, and now as the price of equipment has come down, beauty salons and spas have started introducing them. The anti-aging spectrum for light is 615nm and 640nm, which creates the RED light. Using light at specific frequencies triggers the receptors in the brain; the different frequencies trigger different responses. RED light is proven to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin in the skin and also counteract the effects of ageing and sun damage. Clinical tests in co-operation with the University of Pavia measured 20.2% reduction in wrinkle volume, 24.7% improvement in moisturisation in the skin and a 15.1% improvement in smoothness of the skin. The process uses wavelengths in the visible light spectrum to send light into the skin layers. When applied to the skin this light energy activates a reaction of cellular activity, which is known as photo modulation. The light is absorbed by the cell and is then dispersed evenly to stimulate the body’s own cellular collagen producing mechanisms which in turn promotes skin rejuvenation and skin heath. Ideally you would do these treatments at least 4-5 times a week for 4-6 weeks, near the end of this treatment cycle you will start to see a difference in your skin tone and texture. The key to successful red light therapy is to understand that it takes time. Consider that you are not only turning back the clock, you are actually slowing down the aging process.

RED light machines originally targeted the face, although now red light is available in the form of collagen beds to treat the entire body. This is a very exciting development as often we spend a lot of time and money on skin care for our faces but the rest of the body misses out. As you age, especially over the age of 50, you will find that you skin will begin to sag all over the entire body. Collagen beds assist in slowing this aging process down. It is being touted at the ‘next big thing after Botox’. As well as anti-aging, there are numerous other benefits, headaches can be alleviated, and poor circulation can be improved as the RED light relaxes blood vessels allowing stronger blood flow. Depression and seasonal affected disorder (SAD) are also treated with light. Soft tissue injuries and sprains are also assisted with the use of light therapy. New benefits are being discovered every day including reduction in the effects of sexual dysfunction, although there may not be any scientific support for these claims at this time.