Red light therapy has become incredibly popular due to its effectiveness at rejuvenating the skin. Home systems, such as the DPL Light, make it convenient and simple to use this exciting technology.
Red light therapy has been proven to penetrate deep within the layers of the skin to rejuvenate, renew, repair, and heal past damage. The layers of the skin have a high content of blood and water which enables them to easily absorb and respond to LED wavelengths. Tests have shown that LED light wavelengths offer at least 24 different positive changes at the cellular level which results in healthier and younger looking skin.
Red wavelengths from 630-660 nanometers have the ability to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin, the building blocks of your skin. They have also been shown to increase the energy inside the cells to speed up the healing and repairing processes. Red light therapy has an incredible number of benefits from reducing wrinkles, shrinking pores, and diminishing scars to relieving pain, accelerating healing, and aiding with injuries.
This technology was originally developed for NASA space shuttle plant growth experiments and was found to help in speeding up healing in outer space. Because of this discovery LED light technology has helped countless people to heal, repair, and renew cells. It’s a non-invasive, non-ablative, and painless alternative for rejuvenating the skin and healing the body.
The benefits for rejuvenating and de-aging the skin are improved even further when red LEDs are combined with yellow LEDs at 590 nanometers and above as well as infrared LEDs at 850 nanometers and beyond. When it comes to acne, red wavelengths have been shown to drastically speed up the amount of time it takes for blemishes to heal. Now when you combine this therapy with blue LEDs it fights acne with a powerful duo; red heals and blue kills the acne bacteria, P. acnes.
Because of its effectiveness it can be found in the hands of dermatologists, estheticians, physicians, and skin care clinics. As its popularity grows, more and more home devices are popping up making it simple for the average Jane to use this technology at home. It has the science backing it and the results are undeniable. Yes, red light therapy does indeed rejuvenate your skin, but the real beauty is that it does so much more.