Blood Vessels Removal 480W Full Body Red Light Therapy Device IR 850nm
480W 660nm 850nm LED Light Therapy Panel Full Body Red Near Infrared Light Therapy
How Dose Red Light Therapy Work for Better Sleep?
When we are stressed or ill, mitochondria begin to produce excess nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is problematic because it interferes the consumption of oxygen within the cell, leading to oxidative stress, and ultimately, ceasing the production of ATP, the cell’s source of fuel. The cell may die as a result.
Red and near infrared light (delivered within the optimal wavelengths and energy levels) protect the cell from the damage that nitric oxide can cause. The disruptive potential of nitric oxide is minimized by the absorption of red light photons, allowing the cell to continue effectively utilizing oxygen and creating ATP. Only red-light therapy can reach all the way into cell’s mitochondria to stimulate healing and regeneration, improving appearance, performance, and overall well-being.
|Red 660nm IR 850nm|
a. Wrinkless and Fine Lines
b. Tightening and Firming
c. Anti- aging
d. Blemishes and Redness
e. Age spots and hyper-pigmentation on face , hands , neck
f. Acne scars
j. Hair growth
b. Acne scars
f. Athlete's foot
a. Herniated and bulging dscs
b. Muscle related back pain
e. Pulled and strained muscles, muscles spasms
g. Nerve injuries
h. Sports injuries
i . Neck Pain and stiffness
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 twoweeks 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.
|Gross weight of single product (G.W)||3.6KG/PCS|
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