Why red light?
Red light is a safe all natural process that encourages your body to naturally produce enzymes, elastin fibers and collagen that support the skin's structure. Thus producing a younger smoother firmer feeling skin.

Brad Olson Red Light Therapy

How does it work?
RED LIGHT technology was developed-researched by NASA. The Mayo Clinic, National Institutes of Health; the US Military use Red Light Technology for use in Healing patients. The concentrated Light Energy in the 633nm region is absorbed by the mitochondria of the cell and stimulates intracellular energy transfer (ATP) production for enhanced cell activity and permeability, increased production of new collagen, and increased turnover of collagen and elastin fibers collagen and elastin fibers. Laboratory studies have shown that skin cells grow 150-200 percent faster when exposed to certain wavelengths, and research has shown Red light delivers powerful therapeutic benefits to living tissue.

What should you expect?
Initial Results (First 4 weeks) Initially you'll notice fine lines start to diminish, your skin will have a much smoother feeling to it, pigmentation of the skin will start to even out, and any blemishes or acne will start diminishing.

Long Term results (4-12 weeks)
Over time Improved oxygenation and detoxification of the skin is achieved as the vascular walls of the skin's small blood vessels are strengthened, followed by improved natural repair and creation of healthy skin. This will help restore and firm up tired looking skin, decrease fine lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, diminish freckles, age spots, eliminate acne, even out pigmentation, minimize the size of facial pores, improve the appearance of weathered skin, and stimulate collagen synthesis. Overall improving the skin's underlying supportive structure and making you look and feel years younger!

Recommended Session Lengths
1-4 Weeks: 20 Minutes 3-5 Times a week.
4-12 Weeks: 20 Minutes 2-3 Times a week.
12+ Weeks: 1-2 Times a week.

Although Red Light Therapy lamps are made to go into a tanning bed they do not tan you or put out any UV light that could be harmful to your eyes. Eye protection is not necessary but because of the intensity we recommend at least wearing sunglasses or tanning goggles. The FDA has stated that red light has a non-significant risk status and is completely safe for the eyes.

We want your feedback! Please pay attention to your progress and let us know your results and how many sessions it was when you first noticed them.

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