|Product Name:||1800W Full Body Red Light Therapy Panel||LED Qty:||360pcsX5W|
|Feature:||Pigment Removal, Skin Tightening, Acne Treatment||Voltage:||AC 85-265V50-60HZ|
|LED Life:||More Than 50,000 Hours||Spectrum:||660-850 = 1:1 (spectrum Can Be Customized)|
850nm Near Infrared LED Therapy,
660nm Near Infrared LED Therapy,
1800W Full Body Red Light Therapy
660nm 850nm Near Infrared LED Therapy 1800W Full Body Red Light Therapy
660nm 850nm Red Near Infrared LED Therapy Light 1800W Full Body Red Light Therapy
|Product name||1800W Full Body Red Light Therapy Panel|
|LED quantity||360pcs 5w LED|
|Feature||Skin Tightening, Skin Rejuvenation,Blood Vessels Removal|
|Beam Angle||60 degree|
|Light color||red 660nm and infrared 850nm|
|Single package size||112*53*19cm|
|Single gross weight||23kg|
Red light therapy benefits
Wolverine-esque wound healing is just one of the many benefits touted by proponents of RLT—and there’s no shortage of research to confirm it really does help you heal faster. A 2014 study found red light therapy promoted “increased tissue repair and healing…[plus] beneficial effects on wrinkles, acne scars, hypertrophic scars, and healing of burns.”
Muscle repair and recovery
When it comes to muscle repair and recovery, evidence suggests RLT has benefits when used both pre- and postworkout. A 2014 study found that the therapeutic technique led to reduced muscle strength loss, less muscle soreness, and fewer range-of-motion impairments for up to four days after exercise. A more recent 2018 study also proved that RLT both before and after exercise reduces knee muscle fatigue.
At the core of many of these benefits is RLT's potential to reduce inflammation and pain. Researchers have found that RLT exposure can help reduce pain for osteoarthritis knee pain, meniscus tears, general knee pain, rheumatoid arthritis, and back pain. The data on red light therapy for pain relief is so convincing the FDA has approved it as a therapy for treating minor pains and arthritis.
One of the most popular uses of RLT is to clear up skin issues like acne. “I wouldn’t traditionally recommend red light therapy for severe acne, but it’s a wonderful additive therapy that’s safe and well-tolerated by all skin types and tones,” says Angela Lamb, M.D., associate professor of the department of dermatology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. The skin-clearing secret lies in RLT's anti-inflammatory effects, says Klein. It also helps naturally decrease oil production and bacterial levels in your skin—no drying effects or harsh chemicals required.
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