|Product Name:||Full Body Therapy Light Lamp||Application:||For Commercial & Home Use|
|Actual Wattage:||300W ± 5%||Number:||200pcs|
|Voltage:||AC 85-265V50-60HZ||LED Life:||More Than 50,000 Hours|
|Spectrum:||660-850 = 1:1 (spectrum Can Be Customized)||Size:||1015*260*140MM|
|Angle:||60 °||The Number Of Fan:||3|
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Red Light Therapy Shows Age-Related Skin Benefits
An emerging area of study in reducing the effects of aging on the skin has been the innovative approach of red light therapy. Red light therapy uses specific wavelengths of light that are longer and lower energy that other wavelengths of light that can be seen. A study in 2017 showed that while certain light, like blue and ultraviolet light can slow the function of cells, other wavelengths of light like red light can have a positive effect on cell metabolism.
Red light therapy has become a popular tool for those trying to reduce the effects of aging on the skin because it is non-invasive and does not have many of the negative or potentially severe side effects that surgery, injections, and laser resurfacing can create.
Red light therapy vs laser resurfacing
The skin aging treatment that is most similar to red light therapy is laser resurfacing, which also uses the energy of light to reduce wrinkles and promote skin health. The biggest difference between these two therapies is that the light energy used in lasers is very focused over a small area, heating and sometimes removing skin. Red light therapy is designed to be used over a large area, penetrating deeply into the skin over an entire surface.
|Model||MH-1000W||Beam Angle||60 degree|
|Rated Power||2000W||Product size||900*205*70mm|
|Actual Power||280W ±5%||Working Temperature||–20℃ to 40℃|
|Input voltage||85-256V 50/60HZ||LifeSpan||50,000 hours|
|LEDs QTY||200pcs||LED Type||5W LED|
|Wavelength||660nm (red light)/850nm (near infrared light)|
Q. What is the best wavelength for red light therapy?
Ans: the most beneficial wavelength range is between 650 to 850 nm.
Q. How long does red light therapy take to work?
Ans: It's ideal for a beginner to start off with 20 minute sessions with a frequency of 3-5 days/week for the first month, and then you can decline your session frequency to 2-3 times/week for the next 1-3 months.
Q. Does red light therapy work on cellulite?
Ans: Red light therapy does indeed work on cellulite by activating the lymphatic system to help detoxify the body and boosting the immune system.
Contact Person: Julia Zhu
Tel: +86 15814437841