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Red light therapy is a skin treatment that doesn't use ultraviolet light. Instead, it uses skin-safe, low-level light in different wavelengths. Red light stimulates skin cells called fibroblasts. These help make collagen, which are important parts of skin recovery. Some studies have found that red LED light therapy tightens skin, reduces wrinkles and fine lines, and makes skin smoother and softer.
Experts believe that red LED light acts on cells in the skin known as fibroblasts, which play a role in production of collagen, a protein that makes up a large part of connective tissue and helps the skin to recover when it’s harmed. So, in theory, red light could help to reverse some of the signs related to photoaging in the skin, says Dr. Buzney.
In addition, some studies show that red light may help to restore hair for those with androgenetic alopecia, or male- and female-pattern hair loss, she says.
Ref: Harvard Health Publishing
The 630nm wavelength is ideal for targeting all manner of skin concerns. 630nm wavelengths penetrate into the skin cells and sebaceous glands to rejuvenate the skin’s tone and texture by smoothing and evening out uneven pigmentation. This wavelength has also been found to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
The 630nm wavelength offers the following benefits:
There is an abundance of literature outlining the benefits offered by the 660nm wavelength. Penetrating just a little deeper than the 630nm wavelength, the 660nm reaches into the entire range of the skin tissue.
Some of its diverse benefits include:
No matter how much care you take with your skin, there will be times in your life when your skin looks dull, inflamed, or aged. Who hasn't looked in the mirror and felt less than their best?
The great news is that new at-home devices are now available to help you regain that youthful, glowing appearance. With budget-friendly LED light therapy devices and a short amount of time, you'll soon soothe and satisfy your skin needs, indulging in the best red and blue light therapy can offer you.
But before you start, you might be curious about the difference between red and blue light therapy? We're put together this short guide to help you.