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Red Light Therapy

Aging is Optional

Results may vary.

Does Not Tan your skin.

Red Light Therapy Why red light therapy?

Red light therapy is a safe all natural process that encourages your body to natural produce enzymes, elastin fibers, and collagen that support the skin's structure. Thus producing a younger smoother firmer feeling skin. Infrared Light Technology has been extensively researched and used by NASA, Mayo Clinic, National Institutes of Health, US Military, and many more worldwide. It has been found to be effective at repairing damaged skin, treating depression, relieving pain, treating wounds, and much more.

What is Red Light?

Infrared Light is part of the visible light spectrum that has a wavelength measuring 600-700nm.

How does it work?

Infrared Light penetrated 8-10mm under the surface of the skin where it stimulates the mitochandria of the cells to create more ATP or adenosine triphosphate, the fuel that promotes cellular repair and growth. This expedites the healing powers of ATP. ATP increases blood circulation, which reduces inflammation and lowers blood pressure.It stimulates the production of white blood cells that work to repair damaged tissues, and increase collagen production that builds elasticity in the skin. ATP activates endorphins that provides soothing relief from chronic and acute pain.

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 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 sun-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

*Must commit to 3-5 per week to see results

4-12 Weeks: 

20 Minutes 2-3 Times a week

*Must commit to 2-3 per week to improve results

12+ Weeks:

20 Minutes 1-2 Times a week

*Must commit to 1-2 per week to maintain results


$10 per session

$80 per month   

Benefits of Red Light Therapy 

Drastically Reduces:

Fine Lines & Wrinkles 

Skin Look & Feel Younger

Age Spots

Acne-causing Bacteria 

Acne & Surgical Scars



Rosacea, Psoriasis, & Eczema

Pore Size 

Even Out Pigmentation

Helps damaged skin heal 200% faster

Sun Damage

Pain Relief From:



Degenerative Osteoarthritis 






Carpal Tunnel 



Muscle Stiffness

Joint Movement 

Collagen Production 

Skin Tone & Texture 

Alzheimers & Dementia 

Blood Circulation to Skin

Restore Moisture

Firms Skin

Frequently Asked Questions 

How do I prepare my skin before use?

Cleanse skin with mild soap.

When will I see results? 

The effect depends on age, skin condition & commitment level. Research shows that noticeable results are achieved within the first 30-60 days of scheduled use.

Is red light therapy safe?

Yes. Using red lamps is one of the few ways to safely reduce the signs of aging. There is no down time for healing.

Who should avoid exposure?

Anyone suffering from porphyria, or epilepsy, as well as those taking photosensitive medications (oral anti-diabetic drug, sulfa drugs, antidepressants & tranquilizers); cortizon or steroid injections; anti-malaria drugs; tetracycline; digoxin (for heart irregularities); should consult their doctor before using red light therapy.

Are there any precautions?

Protective eye wear must be worn. 

Should I use it before or after tanning?

Before, since the red light therapy brings the blood to the surface of your skin and produces a better tan though increased oxidation of melanin.