Rejuvenated, Younger-Looking Skin with Red Light Therapy
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Rejuvenated, Younger-Looking Skin with Red Light Therapy
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Red light therapy for face delivers safe, concentrated wavelengths of natural light to your skin and cells, rejuvenating your skin, reducing wrinkles & fine lines, lessening the appearance of scars & blemishes, treating acne, and boosting collagen with no chemicals, UV rays or excess heat.

Red light therapy is backed by a huge base of clinical research. Across study after study, red light treatments have improved appearance, cut down on swelling and inflammation, and helped people look younger. This article breaks down the research and show how red light therapy can help you look younger and feel better. 

How Red Light Therapy Naturally Rejuvenates Skin

If you’re not familiar with red light and its benefits, this article gives a good overview of what it is and how it works. These wavelengths of natural light stimulate the mitochondria in your cells, reducing oxidative stress and increasing circulation, so your body is able to make more ATP energy.

Red light therapy improves skin health and appearance by helping your cells rejuvenate and heal. Studies have also identified an increase in circulation following red light therapy, indicating tissues are receiving more oxygen and other nutrients important for healing—while also ridding themselves of toxic byproducts. Especially important for skin, red light therapy has a proven anti-inflammatory effect, and has been shown to boost your own natural collagen levels in numerous trials.

A Natural Anti-Inflammatory Treatment for Skin

Red light therapy alleviates both acute and chronic inflammation by increasing blood flow to the damaged tissues, this natural anti-inflammatory effect of red light therapy, shown in study after study, is a key to its skin rejuvenating and appearance-improving effects. 

In addition to helping you make more energy, improving your circulation, and reducing your inflammation, red light therapy also boosts your own collagen production, for healthier, younger-looking skin.

Collagen is the most abundant protein in our bodies, and it’s critical for skin health (also joint and bone health). Collagen literally holds us together, and the more you can produce naturally, the better for your skin, joints, and general appearance. Many people take collagen supplements or use creams, but there’s no substitute for your body making more of the real thing naturally. 

Red Light Therapy Reduces Wrinkles, Lessens Fine Lines, and Rejuvenates Skin

A randomized, controlled study in 2013 analyzed the effects of red light therapy on 136 people. Those in the red light therapy group were between 27 and 79 years old and received red light therapy twice a week for 15 weeks. Along with the initial trial results, there was also a long-term follow up which analyzed continued red light treatment. The results were very positive:
  • Red Light Reduces Wrinkles and Improves Complexion: Those treated with red light therapy saw significantly improved skin complexion including visible reduction in wrinkles, fine lines, and signs of aging.
  • Skin Feeling Improved with Red Light Therapy: After 30 treatment sessions, nearly every person in the red light therapy group reported improved that their skin felt and looked better. Additionally, volunteers that continued with red light therapy for an addition 30 treatments continued to see improvements.
  • Red Light Increases Collagen Density: Volunteers who received red light therapy treatment saw increases in their collagen density compared to the control group, who saw no significant changes.


In study after study, red light therapy has demonstrated how it reduces inflammation & wrinkles, and heals & rejuvenates skin, for an overall healthy, younger look. That’s why it’s trusted as a safe, effective natural skin treatment by some of the top estheticians skincare professionals in the world.

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