Red Light Therapy
Do you know about Red Light Therapy?
Red Light Therapy treats various skin conditions such as acne, fine lines, and psoriasis.
What is Red Light Therapy?
It is a non-invasive treatment that enters the skin’s layer to improve its structure. This therapy is typically used to treat a variety of skin conditions.
What does Red Light Therapy do?
It helps to resolve various skin concerns and conditions like
Mild to moderate acne
In some cases, Red Light Therapy can prove beneficial for small and superficial Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC) - one of the most common types of skin cancer.
How long does it take for Red Light Therapy to work?
To notice significant results, you typically need to have a series of in-office sessions. You may need to take a treatment session every week for a month. After this, maintenance treatment is required every month or every few months.
What is the recovery period for Red Light Therapy?
There is no recovery period required for Red Light Therapy. However, you need to be careful with sun exposure before returning to your normal routine. This treatment will not cause any skin damage that might hamper your daily schedule.
How does Red Light Therapy work?
Red Light Therapy works by acting on the powerhouse in your body’s cells also known as mitochondria. When your cell receives more energy, it leads to efficient cell functions such as repairing damaged skin, boosting new cell growth, and enhancing skin rejuvenation. More precisely, active light wavelength absorption of cells leads to more stimulated functions.
Red Light Therapy may restore skin health to:
- Stimulate collagen production which gives skin its structure, strength, and elasticity.
- Increase fibroblast production that produces collagen. Collagen is a component of connective tissue that helps to build skin.
- Increases blood circulation to tissues.
- Reduces inflammation in cells.