Red Light Therapy: What is it?
Red light therapy uses low-level wavelengths of red light, typically in the range of 630-670 nanometers (nm), to penetrate the skin and target cells and tissues in the body. The ideal wavelength with the most research is 660 nm. When the light is absorbed by these cells, it triggers a series of natural reactions that can lead to a variety of benefits, including increased collagen production, reduced inflammation, and improved wound healing. Some studies have also suggested that red light therapy may be effective for treating conditions such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis, as well as for reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. However, more research should be done to add to the body of evidence of these potential benefits and to understand the optimal conditions for using red light therapy.
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