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Red Light Therapy

What is Red Light Therapy?

Red light therapy, also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT) or photobiomodulation (PBM), involves the use of specific wavelengths of red or near-infrared light to promote healing and tissue repair.

During a red light therapy session, individuals are exposed to these light wavelengths either through specialized lamps, LED panels, or laser devices. The light penetrates the skin and is absorbed by cells, where it stimulates cellular energy production and triggers various biochemical processes.

This leads to increased circulation, reduced inflammation, and enhanced cellular repair, making red light therapy beneficial for a wide range of conditions, including wound healing, pain relief, skin rejuvenation, and even mood enhancement. Red light therapy is non-invasive, painless, and typically well-tolerated, making it a popular choice for both medical and aesthetic purposes.

What are the Benefits?

Reduces Wrinkles, Fine Lines & Age Spots:

Stimulates collagen production and promotes skin regeneration.

Reduces Stretch Marks:

Enhances collagen synthesis and promotes tissue repair.

Promotes Wound Healing & Tissue Repair:

Increases cellular energy production, accelerating healing processes.

Improves Facial Texture:

Stimulates collagen and elastin production, leading to smoother skin.

Promotes Hair Growth:

Increases blood flow to hair follicles and stimulates cellular activity.

Increases Melatonin/Improves Sleep:

Red light exposure can enhance melatonin production, regulating sleep patterns.

Improves Muscle Recovery & Energy Levels:

Enhances cellular metabolism and reduces oxidative stress.

Improves Joint Health:

Reduces inflammation and promotes tissue repair in joints.

Reduces Pain & Swelling:

Reduces inflammation and stimulates tissue regeneration.

Improves Psoriasis, Eczema & Rosacea:

Reduces inflammation and promotes skin healing.

Improves Circulation:

Stimulates blood flow and oxygen delivery to tissues.

Reduces Inflammation:

Modulates inflammatory responses and reduces swelling and redness.

Common Questions for Real Deal Red Light Therapy

What Should I Bring / Wear?

We recommend wearing as little clothing as possible so that you're skin can absorb as much red light therapy as possible!

How long is the session?

Each session is 20 mins long.

What Should I Feel After?

The benefits of Red Light Therapy will be seen over time over multiple sessions. For best results 3-4 times a week.

How does it work on the skin?

Light & Its Wavelengths

Light comes in different wavelengths, some visible to the human eye and some not. UVA and UVB rays, along with infrared light, are invisible, while visible light encompasses all the colors we see. These wavelengths penetrate the skin to various depths, influencing cellular activity.

Wound Healing

For instance, red light therapy uses red wavelengths to penetrate the skin and work on fibroblasts, cells in connective tissue that aid in wound healing and produce collagen, crucial for skin elasticity.

For instance, red light therapy uses red wavelengths to penetrate the skin and work on fibroblasts, cells in connective tissue that aid in wound healing and produce collagen, crucial for skin elasticity.

Cellular Mechanisms

When red light is absorbed by chromophores in the mitochondria, it increases cellular energy (ATP), enhancing tissue repair and regeneration. It also stimulates nitric oxide release, improving blood flow and nutrient delivery.

When red light is absorbed by chromophores in the mitochondria, it increases cellular energy (ATP), enhancing tissue repair and regeneration. It also stimulates nitric oxide release, improving blood flow and nutrient delivery.

The Benefits

This activation of fibroblasts boosts collagen and elastin production, essential for skin rejuvenation, wound healing, and tissue remodeling, offering benefits like improved skin health, pain relief, and muscle recovery.

This activation of fibroblasts boosts collagen and elastin production, essential for skin rejuvenation, wound healing, and tissue remodeling, offering benefits like improved skin health, pain relief, and muscle recovery.

Red Light Therapy is used with Halotherapy for double the benefits!

The History

The history of red light therapy traces back to the late 20th century, with early research conducted by Hungarian physician Endre Mester.

In the 1960s, Mester accidentally discovered the therapeutic potential of low-level laser light when experimenting with the effects of laser radiation on skin cancer in mice.

To his surprise, rather than causing harm, the low-level laser light stimulated hair growth and wound healing in the treated mice. This groundbreaking discovery laid the foundation for further exploration into the therapeutic applications of low-level laser therapy.

Over the following decades, researchers worldwide delved deeper into the mechanisms and benefits of red and near-infrared light therapy.

With advancements in technology and scientific understanding, red light therapy emerged as a non-invasive, safe, and effective treatment modality for a wide range of health conditions.

Today, red light therapy is widely used in various fields, including medicine, aesthetics, sports medicine, and wellness, with ongoing research continuing to uncover its potential and refine its applications.

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LOCATION

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San Diego, CA 92111

858-331-1155

HOURS

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Saturday: 9am - 4pm

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