Red light therapy—an emerging treatment that uses low-wavelength red light (between 620 and 750 nanonmeters, or nm) to treat the skin and other health concerns—is quickly becoming one of the best-kept wellness secrets. It’s been clinically shown to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, treat redness and inflammation, heal scars, even skin tone and texture, stimulate hair growth, relieve symptoms of conditions like psoriasis, and more.
You’ll often see red light therapy treatments in medical offices and spas, but thanks to at-home red light therapy devices like panels, masks, and other compact devices, you can get all the benefits of red light therapy right in the comfort of your home—which in itself comes with a slew of different benefits. Head to a dermatologist or esthetician’s office, and a red light therapy treatment can cost you anywhere from $25 to $300 a session, depending on the treatment area, length, provider, and location. Or you can invest in at-home red light devices that give you the same benefits.
At-home devices are by far the most popular way to use red light therapy since they come in handy for treating so many things. These handy at-home devices also come in a variety of different designs, from handheld wands, LED face masks, red light panels, and specialized devices for distinct treatment areas.
How Does It Work?
Red light therapy is a type of photobiomodulation therapy that activates the cells, providing light energy to the mitochondria. With this source of energy, the cells communicate better and work more efficiently, which is where you’ll see results like skin repair and rejuvenation. All of this is done in a safe, non-invasive way with virtually no downtime or negative side effects.
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