Use Light Pads In A Red LED Light Therapy
Unlike UVA/UVB rays that can cause skin damage, low-level red LED light is safe for most people. It's also effective for treating a range of skin conditions, including psoriasis and eczema, as well as decreasing inflammation and bacteria that lead to acne breakouts.

Choose The Best Device For Your Needs
One of the most important features of any red light therapy device is its treatment area. Look for models that are large enough to cover the area you're looking to treat. This will help ensure you're getting the most benefit from your device.

In addition to the size of the treatment area, be sure to consider how long a session will last and whether or not the device comes with an automatic shut-off timer. Some devices take a lot longer to complete a treatment than others, so it's worth comparing features before making your purchase.

Polychromatic Light Therapy (PLT)
A unique type of therapy, polychromatic light uses both red and near-infrared wavelengths that increase blood circulation and reduce pain. It is also proven to improve skin tone, texture and firmness.

Red LEDs penetrate the skin and are absorbed by cells to trigger photobiomodulation mechanisms that promote healing.

NIR 850nm is invisible to the human eye but can be very effective at reducing joint and muscle pain. It is able to penetrate the body and tissues more deeply than blue or red LEDs, improving cell health.
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